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Monkey, Sheep & Frog Pillows

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by Anthony, Susan
on July 22nd, 2013

“kids love cute”

These precious pillows are easy to make. The animals are fun and functional – a soft pillow for resting and an adorable toy. Your favorite girl or boy will love carrying these sweet animals around. The arms and legs are perfect for little hands to hold. Tie animal arms together and they can all hold hands.

A standard 14” pillow form is used to fill the body of each animal (or you can use polyester fiberfill to stuff animals). Sample animals are made from fleece which makes them very soft! Cotton fabrics are used for eyes. Baby rick rack is used for mouth lines. All sewing is done by machine. There aren’t any attached embellishments which makes them safe for toddlers (although, toddlers should always be watched carefully with toys).

This PDF e-pattern includes measurements for body, arm, & leg rectangles; full size patterns for eyes, monkey & sheep faces & ears, frog eye shapes; materials list; detailed instructions written in English; clear step-by-step photographs

Materials Needed to Make One Pillow (except fleece – see below for fleece):

-Cotton fabric – 3” x 6” rectangle for eyes, 2” x 4” rectangle for eye pupils
-Double sided iron-on fusible web – amount varies - a 10” x 12” rectangle is the largest size needed (Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by The Warm Company was used for sample animals but any fusible web for fabric will work fine)
-14” Pillow form (or use polyester fiberfill to stuff animal)
-Polyester fiberfill (to stuff frog eyes)
-Baby rick rack – 8” piece
-Sewing thread

Fleece Needed to Make Monkey Pillow - 1/2 yard for body, arms & legs; 1/4 yard for face & ears

Fleece Needed to Make Sheep Pillow - 1/2 yard for body; 1/2 yard for arms, legs, face & ears

Fleece Needed to Make Frog Pillow - 5/8 yard for body, arms, legs & eye shapes; 1/8 yard for spots

There are seven pages of instructions, three pages of patterns, and twenty-seven photographs.

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by Anthony, Susan
on July 22nd, 2013

kids love cute

by Mitchell, Lynn
on January 11th, 2012

GREAT!

by Daisy Day
on August 1st, 2001

These pillow pals are so fun and easy to make! We made 7 of them this past December for Christmas presents for cousins. They were a hit and my boys love there's too! We bought regular pillows at WalMart for $2.50 and used the batting inside one of those pillows to make two pillow pals . It was a really fun, inexpensive, personalized gift.

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