E is for Elephant

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E is for Elephant Pattern


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Sewing: E is for Elephant
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • blanket stitch

Pattern Description:

Completely hand sewn, this sweet little Elephant is the perfect no-machine project. Very simple to make, this little fellow will delight everyone and provide the perfect portable project.

The boring (but necessary) bits:
You may sell items made from this pattern provided:
The item is made by you and you alone.
Items cannot be mass produced.
You give credit to the designer Jodie Carleton on either the swing tag attached to the item (for instance at a market) or in the item listing if you are selling online. This must include a direct link to where this pattern can be purchased.
Re-sale and/or distribution of pattern pieces and instructions is expressly prohibited.
This pattern E is for elephant was designed by me, Jodie Carleton and is copyrighted 2013. It is illegal to distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy without my permission.
If you have any questions please email me jodiericrac(AT)gmail.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • block is four inches high
  • elephant approx: 7 inches high


  • 14 x 10 inches (36 x 25cm) Elephant coloured felt
  • 10 x 5 inches (25 x 13cm) felt for block
  • 2 x 2 inches (5 x 5cm) felt for letter background
  • Cosmo embroidery threads 325A, 3865 and 152A, or substitute colours from your preferred brand
  • One pair of 4.5 mm safety eyes
  • Two 9mm buttons (four holes)
  • Two 15mm buttons (four holes)
  • Doll needle (extra long needle for button joints)
  • 1/2 cup of stuffing pellets
  • Hobby fill

About Designer

About Designer

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by ricrac
Victoria, Australia
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I have been crafting ever since I can remember and have tried many many things. My passion is toy designing and thats where I spend most of my time (when not holding down the day-job). I design toys and bags, I teach adult and children's classes and blog at www.vintagericrac.blogspot.com

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