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A sneak peek . . .
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Published: May 22, 2014
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 . . . at the mare version of the new pattern. I'm taking photos for the tutorial today, and wanted to share! I made the first pattern a looong time ago and it was the first tutorial I ever made, so I think I can do much better now. This one will have a mare, stallion and foal version, with wings and horns, and lots of nitty gritty info on selecting fabrics and how to read patterns and so on, and will be a nice printable pdf file rather than a picture. 
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FinnkemecskeHobbyist Digital Artist
Spaz attack OMG new pony pattern! *Free Icon/Emote* Nutella Pusheen (OMG) Omg 
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sexy101vHobbyist Artist
I wanna make a plushie but my mind is making this more complicated than it is lol
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Chubby-KirinHobbyist Digital Artist
omg I can't wait ;; where the pdf will be on ?
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Chubby-KirinHobbyist Digital Artist
when sorry
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NinetailsofawesomeHobbyist General Artist
Oh! I can't wait!!!
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Haru2001Student Traditional Artist
yaaayyyyyyy! You really are amazing!
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JaimepHobbyist General Artist
EEEE!! A new pattern! <3333
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reygan-kiwiProfessional Digital Artist
I forgot to add that I was just about to start designing a new pattern, but this is almost identical to where I wanted to start so I will gladly wait.
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reygan-kiwiProfessional Digital Artist
If you're taking suggestions (I don't know if you're not?) Perhaps hints on how to alter patterns to fit individual designs, ie, Alicorns?
Either way , I'm really excited for the new pattern.
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I've never actually made an alicorn! But it would be pretty easy to alter the pattern's leg and neck length and head shape to make one. 
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reygan-kiwiProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks! I can't wait to see your new pattern, then, so I can try it out.
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StrixVanAllenHobbyist General Artist
You are too nice. :3
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FungalZombieXHobbyist General Artist
You are such a nice person for sharing these with us! Thank you!
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xdecemberxlovexHobbyist Artisan Crafter
oooo yay i cant wait! i always love trying out everyone's patterns and this looks like a good one :D
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MaceRiderHobbyist General Artist
Look at that round butt!

This one looks very similar proportion-wise to the pattern I'm currently using. That idea for using two halves that seam down the middle on the stomach is interesting - I might have to try that on my pattern, it looks like it might be a lot easier to align and sew.
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I find splitting the gusset is a little more work, but it saves on fabric because you've got more freedom to position smaller templates, and then you have that nice turning opeing right down the center. 
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MaceRiderHobbyist General Artist
I've worked out a way to get minimal waste on the pattern I use as of right now anyway, so that's not so much an issue, but the turning opening is a good idea, especially if you're planning on giving the ponies a wire skeleton, like I've been thinking of implementing in order to make them poseable.
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Yeah, you usually need a pretty big opening along the back to stick a skeleton in there. I've been thinking of trying a loc-line skeleton but I haven't been able to find anywhere nearby that sells them.
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I can't wait to see who it is! I want to learn how to make plushies but for now, I'm left in the dust.
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NyankoYukiHobbyist Traditional Artist
Very cool!
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galphathStudent General Artist
Oh nice!
Looks really nice! ican't wait to see it finished
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awesome....aaand I still need to find time to learn to sew ha...haaa yeah..
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reygan-kiwiProfessional Digital Artist
I just have to say that learning to sew is surprisingly easy! Usually a few google searches will get you where you need to go, and all the stitch types you need can also be googled. I was only taught to put two rectangles together to make pillows and now I'm making plushies thanks to the internet!
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