Plucky Penguin Softie

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Plucky Penguin Softie Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic hand sewing; machine sewing optional

Pattern Description:

Plucky Penguin softie doll can be made from many types of new and upcycled fabrics including fleece, felted wool, twills, and flannels - you choose! This is an easy to make and quick DIY sewing pattern. Instructions are fully illustrated.

Pattern may be made larger or smaller. You can adjust the size to create a pillow or to populate your own 'march of the penguins' or for Christmas tree ornaments.

You need only basic sewing supplies, fabrics, and stuffing to make this doll. Although you may machine sew the doll, hand sewing is required to attach beak, wings, and feet.

The Plucky Penguin shown was made from all repurposed materials: wool suiting, felted wool blanket, and wool sweater.

By purchasing this pattern, you agree not to reproduce or resell the pattern, but you may make dolls for personal use, as gifts, or to sell. If you do sell, you agree to note "SweaterDoll/ Allison Dey Malacaria Design" on your tags.

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  • Basic supplies: pins, needles, scissors, thread or embroidery floss, , fabric marking pen or pencil
  • Wool fleece or other stuffing
  • 2 buttons for eyes
  • New or repurposed fabrics: 6"x12" white; 17"x12" black; 20"x5 1/2" yellow
  • 8" length black embroidery floss & 12" length yellow embroidery floss

You Will Also Need:

  • Can use a chopstick or other stuffing tool

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SweaterDoll patterns are designed for long-term huggability and strong emotional appeal because little children make big worlds!

SweaterDoll was born from a love of home production, thrift, and reuse. Inspired by the reuse of clothing and linens in patchwork quilts, my toys and patterns are also rooted in reuse of available textiles and natural stuffing materials.

I am an American ex-pat ...

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