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Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!
Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!
Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!
Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!
Chick Plush Toy - 3 Sizes Included!

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • To complete this pattern, you will need to have machine & hand sewing skills. It is recommended that you have experience in making a flat or pillow type stuffed animal.

Pattern Description:

Baby chicks are such sweet little creatures. This pattern was created with a simple, classic design that will make a great gift for someone of any age. The bold colors, adorable face and round body make this little chick the perfect crib companion or the right accessory to brighten up a drab cubicle. This pattern shows you how to create a chick plush toy in three different sizes. Size A is the smallest, and is great for a tiny collectible or can be used as an ornament or in a mobile. Size B is the next size up and is great for small children or to be displayed on a shelf. Size C is the largest and is the perfect size for hugging.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size A: Body Width = 2"
  • Size B: Body Width = 3.25"
  • Size C: Body Width = 5.5"

Materials:

  • Sewing machine
  • Sharp scissors for cutting fabric
  • Embroidery needle
  • Marking pens/pencils for light & dark fabrics
  • 2 different kinds of non-stretch fabric (less than a half yard)
  • Stuffing (1 lb or less)
  • Coordinating thread
  • Optional - Embroidery floss to create an ornament


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Intermediate
Sewing
Toy
Animal
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I have a background in graphic design for the audience of kids & families. I opened up a shop on Etsy in 2006 under the name "sweetestpea" and re-branded in 2008 to Zooguu when I left my graphic ...

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