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Thread: my frog pattern

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    my frog pattern

    I had so many comments about my frogs that I thought I would share the pattern unfortunatly I have lost the original pattern but you only need 3 pieces and it is very easy to make, I have scanned my paper cut outs you need to cut 4 legs and 4 arms and 2 bodies, it is A4 size but you could make them bigger or smaller.
    you embroider his mouth and he has 2 french knots for his nose, sorry they are not shown,
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    Thank you so much for your frog pattern. I saw your frog quilt last night & thought it was so cute. You did a great job making it!!
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    Really cute, great job and thank you for sharing the pattern
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    for those that did not see the original... here's a link to the thread A few fun things I have made
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    Can you post a picture on this thread for those of us that didn't see the one you are talking about? Thank you.
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    frog pictures

    when you have sewn all the pieces together leaving a small gap for the stuffing, hand sew the gap and then you use a longneadle with upholstery thread and some nice buttons and join the arms right thru from one side to the other pulling it tightly you sew the buttons threading thru the body several times, same with the legs, the eyes you can use wobbly sew on eyes still using the upholstery thread and make sure you sewat least once right thru to the back so pull them in tight. hope this explains it a bit better. also remember the legs are sewn with the knees up so they can sit on a shelf or cupboard. I would love to see what some of you make,
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    Thank you for sharing your pattern. Those frogs are some kind of cute!!

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    thank you for sharing your frog pattern they are so cool.

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    Thankyou very much for the pattern. I have two grandchildren who love frogs and these will be wonderful for them. Thankyou for sharing.

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    Thank you so much. I thought they were adorable when I saw them last night.

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