Standing Puppy Dog Fabric Toy sewing pattern

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Sewing pattern for a Standing Puppy Dog Fabric Toy

 

Here’s the Standing Puppy Dog fabric toy sewing pattern.

Most people like or even love dogs. Nows your chance with this sewing pattern to make a super cute Puppy Dog fabric toy. You can make them as gifts for family and friends or just go ahead and make yourself one or two because you just LOVE dogs!

As the designer, Xanthe Patterns, says – this cute puppy seems to want to come with you. Would you want to take her home?

This is an easy-to-follow pattern, as long as you have some basic sewing skills.

When you have finished making yourself a Standing Puppy Dog fabric toy it will stand approximately 8-1/2″ (22cm) tall.

 

Sewing pattern for a Standing Puppy Dog Fabric Toy

 

What you will need to make a Standing Puppy Dog Fabric Toy:-

  • Materials required:-
  • Three sheets of A4 paper to print pattern pages,
  • Main fabric, 1/3 yard by 31″ (30cm by 78cm),
  • Contrasting fabric, 10″ by 15″ (16cm by 38cm),
  • 1 square extra fabric for the nose,
  • Two 15mm white buttons and two 10mm black buttons for the eyes,
  • Coordinating embroidery floss for face details,
  • Polyfill for stuffing,
  • Matching thread,
  • Tools required:-
  • Printer,
  • Scissors,
  • Pins,
  • Awl,
  • Fabric marker,
  • Sewing machine,
  • Hand sewing needle and embroidery needle.

 

Sewing pattern for a Standing Puppy Dog Fabric Toy

 

This file (PDF, 16 pages) includes the following:-
– Full-size pattern,
– A list of material requirements,
– Step-by-step instructions with 50+ high-definition photographs,
– A guide on how to use the pattern.

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

Click here for the pattern

More sewing patterns for toys on Pinterest ->

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