Create the stuffed animal of your dreams! These wild and wonderful creatures can be yours to treasure, and they make great gifts, too. Clear, step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations show how to develop and use crafting skills to create Little Lambert, Cubefish, Wingbunny, and three other ... read more
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Create the stuffed animal of your dreams! These wild and wonderful creatures can be yours to treasure, and they make great gifts, too. Clear, step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations show how to develop and use crafting skills to create Little Lambert, Cubefish, Wingbunny, and three other adorable plush toys. In addition to tips on selecting fabrics and other basic materials, this guide explains how to mark and cut the six different patterns. It offers instructions for using a sewing machine as well as diagrams for a half-dozen different stitches for sewing by hand. You'll find all the information you need, plus suggestions for customizing your plush pal by experimenting with materials, adding props and details, and modifying patterns.
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