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Llama stick horse sewing pattern

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Llama stick horse sewing pattern

Do your kids like to play with sticks and love pretending to ride a horse? Then this Llama Ride-On Toy is the perfect DIY present that you can make for them! It brings fun and joy to everyone, from the littlest ones to grownups. Such a good way to make everyone have a good laugh. And it’s all made by your hands!

Llama stick horse sewing pattern

You have two sizes to choose from – Toddler size and Standard size. The creator of the pattern has made a detailed description of the size of the completed horse toy:

Size of completed pony and horse:


  • 26″ tall
  • The dowel is 7/8″ diameter
  • Weighs about 1 pound
  • The head is 8″ from the base of neck to the top of the head (excluding ears) and 8″ from the nose to neck and 4″ wide
  • Ideal age range up to about 3½ to 4 years old (varies by child).


  • 40″ tall. The dowel can be cut to a shorter length if you want to
  • The dowel is 1″ diameter
  • Weighs about 2 pounds
  • The head is 12″ from the base of neck to the top of the head (excluding ears) and 12″ from the nose to neck and 6″ wide
  • The ideal age range is around 3½ to 7+ years old (varies by child).

Llama stick horse sewing pattern

One of the customer’s reviews was by mcgersh, who said:

“Wow! So much thought was put into the drafting of this pattern. The pieces fit together wonderfully, and the directions are so detailed and clear. This was my first time sewing a soft toy, and it came out so professional looking. Everyone who sees my llama can’t believe I made it! Thanks!” 

So don’t hesitate to get this sewing pattern and get ready to have lots of fun!



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