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Bug Softies

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Author Precious Patterns
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The bug softie toys are fun and simple to make from scraps of felt. Instructions are included to make a bumble bee, ladybug, beetle and butterfly. The bug bodies with antennae are 6” tall by 4” wide. Bumble bee wings are 5” across at widest point. Butterfly wings are 6 1/2” across at widest point. Patterns can be enlarged or reduced to make the bugs any size that you would like. Bugs are made with safety eyes – other options for eyes are felt circles or embroidery. The bugs are stitched entirely by hand, using whip stitches around the felt edges, stem stitches for the mouths and straight stitches for details on bee wings. Pony beads were stitched to antennae (optional).

This 7 page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns to make a bumble bee, ladybug, beetle and butterfly, a materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photos.

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Felt scraps (7” x 10” is maximum size needed) – white, black, yellow, mint green, lime green, teal, turquoise, lavender, light pink, medium pink, bright pink, orange
Polyester fiberfill stuffing
Safety eyes – two 6mm black for each bug
Sewing thread/embroidery floss – bright pink for mouths, gold for details on bee wings & colors that match felt
Optional pony beads (regular size) – two for each bug (iridescent/pearl beads were used for samples)
Optional fabric glue (Beacon Fabri-Tac permanent adhesive was used for samples)

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