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Bee Plush Toy sewing pattern

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Bee Plush Toy sewing pattern

Bees are fantastic creatures and can make lovely toys for your little ones. Here’s a beautiful bee sewing pattern that includes some clear and concise instructions that will allow a beginner sewer to make a plushie bee.

When you have finished making yourself one of these very cute Bee Plush Toys it will measure approximately 12″ across, which is quite a large plushie toy.

What you will need to make a Bee Plush Toy:

Bee Plush Toy sewing pattern

The designer Chebeto Shop continues to receive fabulous feedback from some very satisfied customers. Here are just a few examples:

skyrocketstar said – 5/5 stars! I sewed this for my toddler, who loves bees! This pattern was SO much fun to make and very easy with the instructions/pics provided! The longest part of the process is cutting out the pattern pieces, and making sure to add a seam allowance. You get to use the baste stitch for the adorable white wings, and the ladder stitch for closing the plushie after stuffing it. Great pattern, definitely recommend this for beginners or advanced toy makers!

dillon5201 said – Easy to follow. Highly recommend.

Nick said – This is such a cute pattern! <3 So easy and perfect for beginners!

If you would like to add this great pdf pattern to your collection then you can click on the button below. The pdf digital pattern includes the following:

  • Step by step full-color photographed tutorial.
  • An illustrated sewing stitches guide.
  • A material and supply list.
  • Full-sized PDF pattern ready to print. No print scaling is necessary.
  • Exact sewing line and instructions on how to add seam allowance.
  • Friendly customer support for sewing assistance.



More sewing patterns for toys on Pinterest ->

It's so much fun to sew toys and they make the perfect handmade gifts. We've saved lots of our favorite toy sewing patterns here to our Pinterest board. You can follow the board below, and don't forget to save some of the ideas to your own boards for later. Happy sewing.