HEAT PACK Lizard-Plush Toy Pattern

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HEAT PACK Lizard-Plush Toy Pattern Pattern


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Sewing: HEAT PACK Lizard-Plush Toy Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • If you can sew - you can sew a soft toy Gecko! No fancy stitches are needed - just straight lines - so it's a fun simple project! * I have lots of toy-making tutorials on my blog for beginners - http://www.funkyfriendsfactory.com/learn-to-sew-toys/

Pattern Description:

This animal HEAT PACK looks so sweet with her googly eyes and curled tail, wrapped around your shoulders or neck, or anywhere really where a warm soothing heat pack can be used!

She's a simple pattern and will be nice and quick to make and a great first project for beginners.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished Size 17"/42cm


  • Fleece, of any type, other stretch fabrics eg. velour, chenille and flannelette, as well as non-stretch fabrics such as cottons and corduroy. (The googly eyes will be easier to make with stretchy fabrics!)
  • Blue fleece material - 48cmx43cm / 19x17inch. Yellow fleece material - 48cmx43cm / 19x17inch. White fleece material- 6cmx11cm / 21/2inchx41/2inch.

You Will Also Need:

  • 3 mm black beads for eyes/ black embroidery thread. Whole wheat - about 2 cups (or toy stuffing)

About Designer

About Designer

Funky Friends F on craftsy.com

Hi I'm Pauline,
My granny taught me to sew when I was about 7 and I have been making my own dolls and toys ever since!
I began making ?baby-safe bunnies? for my friends? newborn babies with sewn on faces and no choke-able bits, and have been designing my Funky Friends for about 10 years now!
I hope you'll enjoy my critters as much as I do!

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