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Plush Giraffe HEATING PAD

$9.00

Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Hand Sewing

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PATTERN DETAILS

Huggable, warm giraffe for you to sew on your own! Finished size: Approx 22" Pattern to make your own plush heating pad. Can also be used as a pajama bag! Includes details instructions for making this adorable, versatile animal. Inner bag may also be used in the freezer. Great for aches and pains, menstrual cramps and cold toes! When cooled it's wonderful for soothing fevers, bug bites etc. The pattern comes ready to print! No need to do any scaling. Just print, cut and sew! Skill level:Intermediate. Some previous sewing experience is recommended. Some hand sewing required. **You are free to sell the made product from this pattern in small quantities. Mass production is NOT permitted. If you are selling online or at craft shows please give design credit to Warm Fuzzies. A link to your online pattern or wording such as "Made from a pattern by WarmFuzziesByGen" is appreciated. Even if you alter our pattern designs in any way (by adding to, removing from, or changing the design), this altered design still remains property of WarmFuzziesByGen, and is still subject to our copyright policy and you must still give us design credit. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic mashine and hand sewing required

Recommended with this pattern

  • 8.5"x11" cotton or flannel for the heating pad
  • 1/8 yard of brown minky for the hooves
  • 1/8 yard of minky (or similar) for the nose, ears and horns

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Warm Fuzzies by Gen
Warm Fuzzies by Gen
I am a stay-at-home mum to 3 beautiful children (daughter, born April 2004, son, born March 2007, son, born December 2009). I have always enjoyed crafting and keeping my hands busy. I have dabbled in many different crafts including, but not limited too, scrapbooking, stained glass, knitting, crotchet, sewing and quilting. I enjoy creating something from nothing. A finished product always makes me smile.