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Stuffed Monster Softie Sewing Pattern


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This monster knows how to show his feelings. Pattern comes with instructions for either happy or sad face OR he can be made with a happy face on one side and sad face on the other. Wonderful toy for small children. Let kids know it's okay to feel sad or worried sometimes, and there is always a friend there to help. Perfect for any age from babies to toddlers to tweens. There are no buttons or loose pieces to come off. With felt pieces stitched securely, it's easy to clean too, machine washable (when washable fabric is used). The step by step instructions include full-color photos and full-sized pattern pieces printable on 8 1/2" x 11" paper. 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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing machine use SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8" high x 5" wide (not incl. horns)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric recommendations: cotton flannel, broadcloth, novelty prints
  • 11"x13" total for head, front and back, can be up to 4 different fabric designs.
  • Scraps of fabric for horns and arms.

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My Funny Buddy
My Funny Buddy
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