Jackalope Plush Toy

$ 5.00

Brand Sew Desu Ne?

This listing is for a .pdf instant download of a plush sewing pattern, made to look like a cute Jackalope. That is a hybrid of a jackrabbit and antelope -- so it's a cuddly bunny with prominent antlers. It features big expressive eyes and cute prominent feet.

It is sewing pattern with complete instructions to create the plush from start to finish -- including step-by-step photos and a printable pattern. It includes extra info on choosing fabrics, tools to get started, printing your pattern, and cutting your fabric. This project is not recommended for absolute beginners, but I do my best to explain everything in detail for those rogue newbies that want a challenge :)

Pattern info:
› Difficulty: ALMOST INTERMEDIATE (4/10 stars)
› Skills used: Fusible web applique, darts, ladder stitch, basting, gathering stitch, whip stitch
› Finished size: 6" wide, 6" long, and 8" tall (11" if you include ears/antlers)
› Materials: 1/4 yd. of body fabric, 1/8 yd. of accent fabric (stretchy fabric recommended), scraps of black, white, pink, and accent applique fabric for eyes, nose, & paw pads
› Tools: Basic sewing kit (sewing machine, pins, iron, scissors, needles, fabric marker, seam ripper, point turner or chopstick)
› Notions: Fusible web, thread, batting, poly pellets
› 22 pages
› Over 80 full-color photos & illustrations
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