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Dixie the Horse Sewing Pattern


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Dixie the horse is quick and easy to make. She also comes with instructions to make a small blanket. You can make a whole stable full of horses to keep, give as gifts or even sell! (if selling, see below) Dixie makes an excellent soft toy for small children. Her tail is a convenient loop, ready to hang from a stroller or car seat. There are no buttons or loose pieces to come off. She's easy to clean too, machine washable. Toddlers and elementary school aged children love her also! Step-by-step instructions include full-color photos and full-sized pattern pieces printable on 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Super quick and easy to close by machine. This toy pattern is an original My Funny Buddy design. All designs, text and instructions, images/photos and sewing patterns by My Funny Buddy are protected by copyright laws. However, finished toys may be sold as long as full credit for design is given to My Funny Buddy with link to BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing Machine Use, Sewing curves SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Horse: 6" tall x 7" wide Blanket: 5" square

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric suggestions: flannel, cotton broadcloth, quilting cottons
  • 1/4 yard of fabric total (can be split between different fabric types)
  • Stuffing

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My Funny Buddy
My Funny Buddy
I love all arts and crafts. I have sewn most of my life, but it wasn't until I became a mom that I started My Funny Buddy to make washable toys for my own little one. I try to design patterns to be quick and easy. I'm proud that many of my patterns have been useful for donations, used by wonderful people who make tons of toys to donate to hospitals, shelters and other places in need. Follow me on Facebook: