Mouse with Ballerina Outfit sewing pattern

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Mouse with Ballerina Outfit sewing pattern This is the Mouse with Ballerina Outfit pdf sewing pattern from the designer BON Patterns.

This fantastic little toy mouse could be a timeless friend for your little one or could make an excellent toy gift for friends or family.

The designer has made the body and skirt very easy to put on and off, even for small children.

When you have finished making your own Mouse with Balerina Outfit it will measure approximately 11 ¹³/₁₆” (30 cm) high.

The designer rates her project as suitable for those who have a basic knowledge of machine sewing and who are familiar with basic hand stitches.

And for the fabric, the designer recommends that you use 100% linen fabric and washed linen for the body, tulle fabric for the skirt, and cotton jersey rib for the headband and leg warmers.

Mouse with Ballerina Outfit sewing pattern

What’s needed to make a Mouse with Ballerina Outfit:

  • Fabric requirements for the mouse are approximately ⅜ of a yard 30 cm. For the body, you will need approximately 20 cm and for the skirt again approximately 20 cm. And for the headband and leg warmers again you’ll need approximately 20 cm,
  • Velcro,
  • Thread (matching with body color),
  • Thread (matching with dress),
  • Extra strong thread (matching with body color),
  • A hand sewing needle,
  • Toy filling,
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.

Mouse with Ballerina Outfit sewing pattern

The pdf pattern includes a computer-drafted professional pattern and step-by-step instructions with detailed high-quality photos of every step. The designer has included both metric and imperial measurements.

If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.

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