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I love Halloween, and this bat is a delightful reminder of the fun and playfulness of Halloween. It can be creepy, and it can be full of cute. Whether you're looking for a cool Halloween-y sewing project that is fairly quick to whip-up or just an adorable softie/plush pattern, this creepy-cute bat pattern might be just what you're looking for! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY use a sewing machine basic hand sewing techniques SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approximately 7 inches tall approximately 3 inches wide and deep approximate wingspan of 13 - 14 inches

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 piece of felt measuring approximately 11 x 14 for the wings, legs, head, and body
  • 1 smaller piece of felt approximately 8 x 10 inches for the ears and bottoms of feet
  • 1 piece of fabric measuring approximately 11 x 14 for the wings, head, and body

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soto sewn
Born and raised in New York (Queens, yo!), I come from a line of seamstresses from Puerto Rico. I've been making stuff since I was a wee. I went on to study Illustration at Parsons but grew disenchanted with the cut-throat competitive aspect of making art for hire. I rediscovered my passion for playing with form, space, and color when I started sewing. Inspired by the world of zakka blogs and the quilters of Gees Bend (whose work I was introduced to at the High Museum in Atlanta during an awesome road trip), I started making soft toys and playing with patchwork. Eventually, thanks to Denyse Schmidt's first book, I discovered my true love - quilting. Presently, I live in Cambridge, MA, and teach quilting and patchwork at Gather Here. I design softie and quilt patterns, and I love to make neat stuff!