Owl and Mouse Plushie Pattern

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Owl and Mouse Plushie Pattern Pattern

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Sewing: Owl and Mouse Plushie Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • raw edge appliue
  • sewing machine knowledge
  • embroidery

Pattern Description:

Meet Watson and Squeakers Plushies. They are best friends. They love being together! Winter is their favorite season. Watson sports a removable scarf with tassels.

Finished size: 12" X 7"

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Skill level: COMPLETE BEGINNER. Very simple shape, my instructions will lead you right through it and they make a great introduction to plushie patterns and sewing.

Sewing method: SEWING MACHINE REQUIRED

You will receive a PDF pattern you can save and print with:
material and equipment lists to make shopping easy
step-by-step assembly instructions
ready to print templates (no need to resize)
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Copyright (c) 2013 - Patchwork Posse

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 12" X 7"

Materials:

  • fleece- scarf, face, feet, mouse
  • cotton- body, wings
  • needle and embroidery thread
  • poly fil stuffing

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Learn how to do quilting, patchworks, plush patterns and ragdolls with easy patterns and printable pattern! You'll love my printable patterns, ready to print full-size pattern templates, diagrams or photos to help along the way to ensure that your sewing experience is delightful!
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