THIS LISTING IS FOR THE DIGITAL PATTERN ONLY, not a finished toy or a kit. Make a tiny friend from scraps and take it with you wherever you go! This wee little mouse is designed to fit inside an empty Altoids tin and will slip easily into a purse or backpack. You can make it for a girl or a boy, depending on the colors you choose. This pattern features: - Tiny corduroy or flannel mouse - Stuffed pillow - Mattress - Blanket - Teeny teddy bear friend for the mouse I've included lots of tips and tricks for easy construction - No need to be afraid of tiny! Included in this original eight-page pattern are - color sample pictures - detailed step-by-step instructions - clear diagrams for every step. - Materials used to make the wee mouse are commonly available and probably in your scrap pile already! They include: corduroy OR flannel, wool or wool-blend felts, cotton ticking, stuffing and coordinating thread and floss. - A combination of machine and some hand sewing are used. Freezer paper is also used to make construction simple and easy. This pattern is in PDF format on 8.5 x 11 paper, so you can print it from your regular printer at home on standard paper or card stock, as many times as you need for personal use. COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS: If you are a home sewer, YES, it is OK to make and sell items from this pattern as long as you credit me for the pattern in your listing/hangtags. No mass production allowed. Please check my blog for details: http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/p/cottage-industry-info.html This pattern is copyrighted by Larissa Holland, all rights reserved. Do not share, distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. It is unlawful to copy or resell this pattern. Thanks for respecting the copyright! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This pattern is written for folks who have had some basic sewing and embroidery experience and who are familiar with common sewing terms. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Mouse and mouse bed all fit inside a 1.76 oz Altoids tin. Please note: This pattern is for a toy with very small parts that may pose a choking hazard. I do not recommend making this for any child under the age of three.