Animal sewing pattern for sheep, cat, pig, dog and frog - each with their own mini quilt!
This is a digital file
This pattern contains the instructions to make all five of these cute little ‘Crafty Creatures’. Five wonderful little mini pals, flexible and fun!
Each little character comes with it's own mini quilt to cuddle up to. Perfect for using up scraps!
The 'creatures' are filled with rice which gives them a wonderful flexibility, enabling them to hang off shelves with their wee quilts dangling from their paws! They just love hanging around!
There are five characters in all – a dog, cat, sheep, pig and frog. I really had a lot of fun designing and making them and they always raise a smile with everyone who sees them.
The creatures measure no more than 8” in length and the mini quilts measure approximately 4” x 3” – super cute!
The instantly downloadable pattern contains detailed instructions on how to construct all of these cute little ‘crafty creatures’, with lots of clear, close up colour photographs to help you along. It is designed to print onto regular A4 paper or you can just store it on your computer and follow the pattern from your computer screen.
Upon purchase you will receive an instant PDF download, so there is no need to wait for the post - you can get started on this fun little project straight away! Yay!
NOTE: The finished product in not recommended for use as a toy and is intended for decorative purposes only. Not recommended for children under the age of three as it contains small parts that could be a choking hazard.
♥ Have fun creating ♥
*Use of this pattern is strictly for personal use only and items may not be mass produced. Please do not make finished items to sell. The copyright for my photographs, patterns, tutorials and designs lies with me. © sewing room secrets / Natalie Kaprielian August 2013. Please do not share, distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. Purchasing the pattern does not transfer you the copyright. It is unlawful to copy and resell this pattern. I spend a lot of time designing the patterns: getting the idea, gathering the appropriate materials, all the trial and error that goes into creating it, taking pictures, editing pictures and writing up the pattern/tutorial. Thank you for respecting the copyright! ♥
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Should you experience any problems, please get in touch and I will be happy to help where I can. Refunds on PDF patterns are not given due to the nature of the product.
Note regarding patterns/tutorials - All instructions are given in good faith and are written as clearly as possible and contain clear colour photographs and/or illustrations in a step by step manner. An example of how I present instructions/ tutorials can be found on my blog here https://sewingroomsecrets.wordpress.com/2015/06/11/one-way-to-bind-a-quilt/ My patterns have also been tested by other stitchers with a range of ability before being offered for sale.
Some sewing experience will be required and I will always try to help if you get stuck, but cannot give refunds due to the nature of the product.