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Farm Animal Softies

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Author Precious Patterns
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The farm animal softies are fun and simple to make! They are stitched entirely by hand, using a whip stitch around the felt edges and a stem stitch for the muzzle on the sheep. The body-head-ears-arms-&-legs are all together in one pattern shape for each animal – they are not attached separately which can be time consuming and difficult. The finished animals are approximately 4 1/2” tall x 5 1/2” across. They are made from scraps of wool and acrylic felt. Enlarge or reduce patterns to make the animals different sizes. Safety eyes are used for sample animals – other options for the eyes are to make them using embroidery, paint or felt.

This 7 page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns to make four farm animals – a goat, cow, pig & sheep; a materials list; detailed instructions written in English; and clear step-by-step photos.

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Felt scraps (6 1/2” x 10” is the maximum size needed) – white, ivory, brown, light pink, medium pink, bright pink, turquoise, lilac, lavender, charcoal

Polyester fiberfill stuffing

Safety eyes – two 6mm black for each animal

Buttons – two 1/2” lavender for goat; two 1/2” light pink for cow; two 7/16” bright pink for pig; and five ivory for sheep (two 5/8”, two 1/2” & one 7/16”)

Sewing thread/embroidery floss – black, white & colors that match felt

Optional fabric glue (Beacon Fabri-Tac permanent adhesive was used for samples)

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