Four Toy Sewing Patterns To Make For Children
Download this toy sewing patterns eBook and create delightful characters that you and your family will adore. You will meet four magical soft toy personalities, which you can easily re-create guided by the detailed step-by-step instructions. Close-up photos home in on the particular features – whether it’s their ears, facial expressions or clothing – that give them their special individual character, so that you too can bring each creature to life. As well as templates for all the soft toys, the section at the back of the book advises you on the basic tools you’ll need and the simple sewing techniques involved to achieve professional results.
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Whether you are looking for a fun new project or want to create a keepsake for someone special, this must-have eBook offers four adorable sewn toy patterns that you will enjoy making time and time again.
If you are looking to:
- Make sewn gifts for someone special
- Practice your sewing techniques using fun and new fabrics
- Learn new skills
This free Toy Sewing Patterns eBook is sure to show you how to do it.
Each project features great how-to photos, easy-to-follow instructions and tips that can save you time and money. You will soon create whimsical creatures that are both professional-looking and fun to make. When you download your free copy of Toy Sewing Patterns, you’ll also become part of our Stitch Craft Create community, which includes our free e-newsletter, filled with inspiring projects, fun articles and special offers. Download your free Toy Sewing Patterns eBook from Stitch Craft Create today!
A Look Inside This Free eBook
This FREE Toy Sewing Patterns eBook features four different projects all with their own unique personality. The eBook includes the templates for each character that you can print to get started straight away. The eBook also includes useful tips and techniques such as attaching parts with ladder stitches, closing the gaps and button jointing.
When Harry’s around, be warned – this monster’s a mean party animal. Which is not hard to imagine looking at his outrageously adorned body, studded with bright orange discs and ‘tattooed’ with white kisses. That’s if you’ve managed to get over the shock of this crazy guy’s eyes on stalks, horns-for-arms and snaking mouth. And then there’s the mad bright orange dreadlocks-with-a-difference.
As the construction of Harry’s body is so quick and easy, your time is freed up to go to town on his appliquéd and embroidered body decoration, to give him his unique zany character.
Introducing Alexander The Caterpillar
Here he comes – although he could be some time arriving – dear old Alexander the Caterpillar, wriggling along on his stout body/leg segments, which are alternated with eye-catching patterned yo-yos, and peering about trying to remember where he’s going. A trifle confused he may be, as well as a bit slow-moving, but he’s nonetheless as handsome as bugs go!
Besides the routine cutting out, sewing and stuffing of pattern pieces, the making of Alexander involves a simple hand-gathering technique to create the yo-yos from fabric circles, which are then threaded together with the body/leg sections in a set sequence.
Here Comes Preston The Lion
Gather round everybody, Preston the Lion is here! His proportions are a bit of a giveaway: just look at the size of that head! But does that indicate big brain capacity or just big-headedness? A bit of both probably. And while he may be short in stature, Preston is big on tall tales. Note that he is also sitting down, meaning the telling could take some time.
Announcing Mabelle The Mouse
A far cry from the traditional timid image, Mabelle is a mouse with a big personality – that’s easy to tell from the size of her fabulous pink and yellow ears and her flamboyantly patterned body with contrasting tummy spot. Watch out, this radical rodent is up for all kinds of fun and games! Mabelle’s arms and feet are stuffed and tacked (basted) in position on the body front before her body and head are sewn together. A circle of thick cardboard inserted into the base of Mabelle’s body allows her to stand firmly on a flat surface, underlining her bold, robust nature.
There’s button jointing of limbs to be done here, along with machine gathering for the mane and a little basic embroidery for the facial features and paws.
If you love giving homemade gifts that you enjoy making again and again, this free Toy Sewing Patterns eBook is a perfect way to create adorable characters that everyone will love. Get your copy of Toy Sewing Patterns today!