WARNING: this file contains only the pattern WITHOUT sewing instructions and material list!
After payment you will receive immediate access to the file. Please print out the pattern on a sheet of A4 paper, so you can not go wrong with the size of future teddy. Please note: size of the finished stuffed animal may change, depending on the quality of the selected tissues! The original is sewn from German mohair.
The pattern is not intended for resale or redistribution! Only for personal use!
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Vintage Russian scarves and shawls and the items we make from them. They can bear signs of age which make them even more dear to us, and we make our best to identify and describe any issues. When describing my vintage shawls, I often indicate that they have small holes (mostly pinholes) made by moth. I often enclose photos as well. While you might think it strange that too many of my shawls are damaged, in reality most of vintage wool shawls will have some moth damage. It is just that most people do not know how to look for that. I myself often buy vintage shawls online, where condition is described as perfect, and find moth bites. So, my shawls are not 'more damaged' than average; I am more accurate in examining and describing than an average seller.
Some of my vintage shawls can have a slight scent of mothballs or some other scents from their previous homes. I air and iron them but do not wash or dry clean. I also cannot guarantee that they come from pet and smoke free environment. When shawls are stored in my house, I put some essential oils into that chest, to ward off the moth, so they can acquire a light scent of lavender and clove.