Ribbit the Fearless Frog -Sewing Pattern

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Ribbit the Fearless Frog -Sewing Pattern Pattern

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Very green sign of spring - Ribbit the Fearless Frog pattern for you to sew and love! INSTANT DOWNLOAD!


Ribbit the Fearless Frog has many faces. That is because he can be anything out of the following:

- a very soft and cuddly plushie; (a terrific friend for your child during endless hours of fun)
- unbelievably cute door stop, (guarding any desired room)
- decorative item somewhere in your hallway; (to make your Guests feel at home)
- or a welcome gift (that for sure will not only immediately make a way to your friend(tm)s house, but certainly to his/her heart as well!)
- and last but not least: a frog is always a clear sign of spring!

Uff, that(tm)s a lot for a cute froggy like Ribbit the Fearless Frog ;)!



Here are some details about him:

He is 25 cm / 10 inch high and 40 cm / 16 inch wide. His hind legs are permanently attached to the trunk, but with his movable arms he can definitely hug you... or something smaller then you, anyway.

That's because his arms are attached using button joints, a quick and fun way to customize a handmade creature.

And here comes the fun part : you can make 2 VERSIONS OF THIS CREATURE: basic and "ZEN". It is all up to you to decide which one you like best. Or maybe you will make them both :)???

And his googly eyes gee he(tm)s stolen my heart immediately. How about yours???




The sewing pattern comes along with an easy to follow 26-page photo tutorial including very detailed instructions on how to make your very own cuddly Ribbit the Fearless Frog.
You will receive the pattern and tutorial as a single PDF file, which you can immediately print at home and start sewing right away!

In the PDF you will get:
* a list of supplies needed to make your Ribbit the Fearless Frog in bsic or ZEN version
* 26 pages full of instructions with tons of photos and a couple of hints on how to sew the Ribbit the Fearless Frog
* 5 pages of full-size pattern (no need to scale anything before getting to work)
* template for the message card (same as in the pictures)
* layout of pattern pieces on the fabric


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------REMEMBER THAT THIS IS A PDF TUTORIAL AND PATTERN WHICH YOU HAVE TO PRINT OUT YOURSELF! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


COPYRIGHT POLICY

My Scrappy Ideas patterns are original designs and are intended for personal use or as gifts. It is unacceptable to mass-produce and sell toys from this pattern or to reproduce the pattern without permission.

I hope you will appreciate many hours of time and heart devoted into creating this pattern for you!

Enjoy your time sewing and creating new lovable creature!

Paulina
www.MyScrappyIdeas.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Height: ~25 cm / 10 inch
  • Width: ~ 40 cm / 16 inch

Materials:

  • 105 x 50 cm / 41.4 x 19.7in piece of fleece for TRUNK and LEGS
  • 15 x 8 cm / 5.9 x 3.2in piece of white fleece for EYES
  • Toy stuffing
  • Optional: 2 glass beads for EYES

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing essentials like: pen for tracing pattern and markings on fabric, scissors, threads, pins, standard machine-foot, sewing thread, needle and thread for embroidering eyes, a long doll(tm)s needle, tunnel-turning tool, etc.

About Designer

About Designer

My Scrappy Ideas on craftsy.com

I am a passionate sewer with ambition to turn all my sewing ideas into 3D by creating patterns with detailed instructions for anyone to follow. To help myself I always find some fabric in my stash of scraps, therefore my patterns come under the name of ''My Scrappy Ideas'':)

I hope you will enjoy sewing with my tutorials!

Paulina
www.MyScrappyIdeas.com
info[at]myscrappyideas.com


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