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Thread: If you also sew fabric toys..... Free pattern links!

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    If you also sew fabric toys..... Free pattern links!

    A few of these beauties are definitely going on my bucket list! I'm starting with an elephant :-))

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    ​Wow, a lot of links for softies there.

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    Loving all these softie patterns. Thanks!

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    Thank you for the link which I saved. I would love to make a few of these for my grandchildren.

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    WOW, what a selection. Expecting a new grandchild soon. I need to pick one of these to make.

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    Thanks, that is a lot of toys.
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    I did the Bustle & Sew elephant. I made mine in patchwork instead of hexagons plus I couldn't get my printer to enlarge the pattern so had to wing it by hand. Came out great though. Here's a pic that went with a quilt I made for to go with it.
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    That is one super cute elephant!!! Mine is a little wonky. Perhaps just a prototype at this stage....

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    Wow, a lot a great tutes and patterns! I don't make toys, but many of these would make great pincushions. Suz your elephant is really cute.
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    Thanks for the link!

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    Thanks for the link, I have a grandniece on the way. I hope I can make it in time

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    Thanks, Noveltyjunkie, what a great list of resources. My friends and I make all kinds of soft toys and pillows for children and others who need a little something to hold on to and love. This list will be a great help to us.

    Your avatar is wonderful, btw.
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    That was fantastic! With 4 great grandchildren under the age of 4 that helps a lot.

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    came out beautiful. wish i had a printer
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