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Tepig, p-chan, pig plushie tutorial by Samurai-Akita Tepig, p-chan, pig plushie tutorial by Samurai-Akita
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 ([link])
Sewing patterns for P-chan ([link])
invisible stich tutorial ([link])
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.

- 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 ^___^
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homestucker42 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you so much for uploading this tutorial! It's very good :D I'm almost done with my P-Chan plush
pokepops Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
thank you for the pattern and tutorial, i did have a little trouble with it at first but it came all good
here is the one i made…
Xx-ShinyShaymi-xX Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Student Filmographer
Could you make a turtorial on how to sew? I'm very confused. (I suck ALOT) it would be very helpful.   Llama Emoji-05 (Flower Sparkles) [V1] 
alwinlee001 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
i hope this would help me make a tepig :). omg i cant take it anymore of my friends saying oh you have to make a tepig you have to. they keep on begging me so i try to find a way to how to make a tepig plus and i found you. again i hope it works.
BabyDoll05 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
Thanks, I love both P-chan and Tepig. Plus I'm planning an Ukyo cosplay and I'd love to have a P-chan with me.
Quilava-Lover Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i made a shiny version of this cute tepig for my friend. Very good job on the tutorial. it was very helpful!
Samurai-Akita Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
yay, that's so awesome. I'm glad to hear, thank you for using it!
craftysorceress Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thanks for posting a cool tutorial to make this adorable plushie! ^_^
Samurai-Akita Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
^___^ you're very welcome.
paracettamol Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're a pro in this, I think I am going to try and do this when I have time :)
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