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Waffle-Snort Sewing Pattern PDF

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Waffle-snorts are happy little creatures which live in Japanese nashi (pear) orchards. They are soft and cuddly and love to play tricks. You will never come across a grumpy waffle-snort, grumpy is simply not in their vocabulary. This pattern is great for beginners and I recommend using fleece and felt so great fabrics for a beginner to work with. The finished waffle-snort is approx 30cm from tip of his ears to the tip of his toes. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY very basic skills are needed, if you can sew a straight line you are sorted! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approx 30cm from tip of his ears to the tip of his toes.

Recommended with this pattern

  • fleece 70cm x 60cm (other stretch fabrics will work well too) white felt 12cm x 7cm black felt 10cm x 5cm pale pink felt 12cm x 7cm contrasting felt 15cm x 17cm polyfil or similar co-ordinated thread
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My name is Jo and I go by the nickname jojoebi, that is jo-jo-ebi (eh-bee). I have an educational background in Electronic Imaging and Media Communications but after graduating I decided to pack my bags and travel the world. Which I did, teaching English to pay my way. After a two year stint in the wilderness of Northern Japan, a local boy stole my heart, and I was unable to leave the country without it so we settled down together in Saitama (just outside of Tokyo). A few years later, after a slightly crazy wedding ceremony at Angkor Wat (which involved 5 priests, 9 nuns, Khmer dancers and an elephant ride up a mountain) baby Ebi appeared (now known as Ebi-kun) and after hearing myself saying "I go to shopping" and other grammatically incorrect English sentences I decided it was time to give up the teaching game and return to my passion of designing. When Ebi-kun was still a baby I became interested in the Montessori system of education and so many of the items I design and make are influenced by Montessori, along with my passion for travel and all things kawaii that make Japan such a wonderful place to live.