Elephant Softie Toy sewing pattern

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Elephant Softie Toy sewing pattern

If you know anyone who loves elephants then here is a great sewing pattern to sew an Elephant Softie Toy.

The designer of the lovely pattern has named her elephants Parsley & Beet. She says Parsley and Beet are two busy little elephants who are not quite big and not quite small. They love to have adventures and especially like puddles! Parsley is a bit bossy because she is the oldest but Beet doesn’t mind because he thinks she is the most amazing big sister ever in the whole wild world and back.

They are button jointed and are therefore not suited to very small children as the buttons may pose a choking risk. The designer, however, says that they are perfect for the not-so-young, the young at heart, and the really really old and ancient.

When you have finished making an Elephant Softie Toy it will be approximately 13 inches high.

Elephant Softie Toy sewing pattern

The designer has received great feedback on her pattern, a few examples of which are shown below:

  • Ellen Rivoir said – I love this pattern-it’s a wonderful simple design.
  • Alyson said – Fantastic pattern and so easy to follow.
  • Michele Sanchez said – Used pattern for a gift. Recipients were delighted. Very easy pattern to follow.
  • Angela Marry said – Great pattern with tips to help. Love the elephant I made and can’t wait to start another in a different material.
  • rileysmoma1 said – Quick service, smooth transaction. Thanks!
  • Heather Hubbard said – LOVE IT!! Made the cutest elephant ever

If you would like to add this pattern to your collection, just like all those satisfied customers did, all you have to do is click on the button below. This PDF sewing pattern is full size and ready for you to print out at home.

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