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Monster sewing pattern

Does your kid need a new plush toy? Maybe he is a fan of the animated movie ‘Monsters’, and he simply loves it? Or your girl loves playing hide and seek with little friendly monsters? Then it’s time to make this super cuddly little plush monster! It will make a great addition to everybody’s plush toy collection and will make a great friend to play with.

The designer has named her monster Cthulhu. Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft and was first introduced in the short story “The Call of Cthulhu”, published in the American pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928.

Monster sewing pattern

When you have finished making this little monster it will be approximately 10″ long. The designer has described her pattern as easy, so it’s perfect for a beginner sewer.

The pdf digital pattern for this cute monster plush toy includes:

  • Friendly customer support for sewing assistance.
  • A 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.

What you will need to make this little monster:

Monster sewing pattern

We think your kids will just love this little monster!

It’s easy to make, doesn’t take a lot of time, and is sure worth the effort because your kids will simply be thrilled by this new friend of theirs. It will keep them safe at night, fight against enemies and cuddle when needed.

Choose your kids’ favorite colors and start making your own little Monster now! Have fun sewing!



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