Narwhal Plush Toy - 3 sizes included!

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Narwhal Plush Toy - 3 sizes included! Pattern

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

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:

Narwhals are a unique creature that live in the Arctic. Although their "horn" is actually a large tooth, I like to think of them as the real life unicorns of the sea, and have designed the pattern with the horn towards the top of the head. If you prefer to create a more accurate model, simply sew the horn closer to the bottom of the face. This pattern shows you how to create a narwhal 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 perfect for older children or to have as a bed or couch decoration.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size A: 4.5" from tail to tusk
  • Size B: 10" from tail to tusk
  • Size C: 16" from tail to tusk

Materials:

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

About Designer

About Designer

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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 design job and became a full time toy maker.

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