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Felt Frog Softie Toy Play Set


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Skills Needed

  • Hand Sewing

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This adorable felt frog play set is easy to create! It's made entirely by hand, using simple sewing and embroidery stitches. The frogs have chenille stems in the arms and legs to make them poseable (they can be made without chenille stems). The only materials you will need are felt, polyester stuffing, chenille stems and thread. This seven page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns, a materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photos. Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell the finished play sets in limited quantities. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY How to do simple hand sewing and embroidery stitches. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Instructions are included to make the following: tall frog (9" x 9"), short frog (9" x 8 1/2"), lily pad (7" x 7 1/2"), large lily (4" x 4"), small lily (3.25" x 3.25") and dragonfly (3" x 3.25").

Supplies Needed

  • 9" x 12" Felt rectangles - two bright green, two lime green, two light green & one of each of the following: yellow, yellow-orange, pink, light pink, light yellow, bright blue, light blue, black, white (acrylic felt was used for samples)
  • Polyester fiberfill stuffing
  • Chenille stems - two 5 1/2" pieces & two 6" pieces (color doesn't matter because they won't be seen)

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