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These adorable penguin and bird dolls are very easy to make. The dolls are 8 1/2” across by 11 1/2” tall (this measurement does not include the penguin’s hat). They are made from fleece (except for the beak and inside body shape) which make them soft and cuddly. They’re perfect for little hands to hold. Buttons are used for the eyes on the sample dolls – if you are making the dolls for children under the age of three, you may want to embroider eye circles or sew fabric circles, using the same technique as the cheeks and inside body.
This seven page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns, a materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photographs.
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These are so fun and Easy to make!! And Oh so cute!
The instructions were Fabulous for a beginner and Wonderful for an Expert! Thanks for making our sewing a breeze!
Super cute and easy pattern! I made a ton of these for holiday gifts and the kids loved them!
Materials Needed to Make One Doll
Fleece fabric – 1/4 yard for head/body & penguin wings, 1/8 yard for bird wings, 1/8 yard for feet, 1/8 yard for penguin scarf,
1/8 yard for penguin hat
Light to medium weight cotton fabric – 1/8 yard for inside body shape,
1/8 yard for beak
Iron-on fusible web – 1/8 yard (Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by The Warm Company was used for
Sample dolls but any fusible web for fabric will work)
Polyester fiberfill stuffing
Buttons with two holes – two 3/4” white for outside of eyes, two 1/2” black for eye pupils
1” Pompom for penguin hat
Sewing thread (bright blue thread was used for stitching on beak & inside body shape – white thread was used to sew button eyes)
Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell the finished dolls in limited quantities.