This is a belated Christmas present for my dear friends and loyal watchers and it'll probably make some other people happy as well ^____^
German version ([link]
)Sewing patterns for Pokabu
)Sewing patterns for P-chan
)invisible stich tutorial
You can also sew a pig with this. Then use the P-chan patterns and edit the ears (make them shorter but wider)
a few introductions:
You need to know the basics about sewing. If not, you might have problems with this.
patterns are numbered and explained in the tutorial. a single number (1, 2, 2b and so on) means you need this one time. If there's "x2, x4" it means, you need this pace as often as mentioned after the x. And if theres a "l/r" (left, right) in the brackets, it means yo need this pattern two times but have to turn the pattern for the second part.
The green, doted marks on the patterns mean that you have to sew the two lines of the triangle together.
The blue doted marks (on the body) mean, that you have to sew the two each other facing seams together (both blue marked)
Print the sewing patterns on a paper or trace them from the screen. I made the plushies in a little talisman size but you can make them any size you want. Just resize the patterns.Rules:
- don't claim as your own
- if you post it, add a link to this tutorial so others can find it as well
- don't sell them, for personal use only (I'll delete this if I find people selling these)
- don't ask for other patterns/tutorials or where to buy materials
-don't ask questions that are already answered or which you can find out by your own. This tutorial explains everything and I am already busy with replying. Thank you
- love whatever you make with this tutorial ^___^