Batty

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Batty Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • use a sewing machine
  • basic hand sewing techniques

Pattern Description:

I love Halloween, and this bat is a delightful reminder of the fun and playfulness of Halloween. It can be creepy, and it can be full of cute.

Whether you're looking for a cool Halloween-y sewing project that is fairly quick to whip-up or just an adorable softie/plush pattern, this creepy-cute bat pattern might be just what you're looking for!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approximately 7 inches tall
  • approximately 3 inches wide and deep
  • approximate wingspan of 13 - 14 inches

Materials:

  • 1 piece of felt measuring approximately 11 x 14 for the wings, legs, head, and body
  • 1 smaller piece of felt approximately 8 x 10 inches for the ears and bottoms of feet
  • 1 piece of fabric measuring approximately 11 x 14 for the wings, head, and body
  • 1 smaller piece of fabric approximately 6 x 8 inches for the ears
  • polyfil, cotton, wool, or some other form of stuffing
  • 2 buttons 1/4 or 3/8 inch in size
  • buttons, beads, felt discs, or plastic safety eyes for the eyes
  • 12 inches of white embroidery floss for the wee fangs
  • 18 inches of pink or red embroidery floss for the nose and mouth
  • embroidery floss in the same color as felt for the body for button jointing
  • thread in the same color as body for sewing and attaching wings

You Will Also Need:

  • doll making needle - 5 inches
  • embroidery needle
  • regular straight pins
  • long straight pins

About Designer

About Designer

Maritza Soto on craftsy.com

Born and raised in New York (Queens, yo!), I come from a line of seamstresses from Puerto Rico. I've been making stuff since I was a wee. I went on to study Illustration at Parsons but grew disenchanted with the cut-throat competitive aspect of making art for hire.

I rediscovered my passion for playing with form, space, and color when I started sewing. Inspired by the world of zakka blogs and ...

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