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Woodland Creatures set 4 Felt Animals sewing pattern
Here is a plush pattern you can use to sew your very own mini felt woodland animals! They make the sweetest baby mobiles or ornaments and are sure to delight anyone who loves nature and cuteness. This unique and original pattern has detailed, easy to follow instructions that guarantee that you will create a lovely finished product. Even if you've never stitched before, give these guys a try, you won't regret it!
This 5 page PDF download pattern will give you instructions and patterns to make the creatures pictured, Bear, Beaver, Bat, Skunk and Leaf. Just print the pattern, then cut and stitch the felt pieces by hand, or use the included SVG pattern files to cut the pieces out with your Cricut or Silhouette machine! Each one is around 2-3 inches high.
This is pattern SET #4, don't miss SETs #1, #2 and #3 (sold separately) OR you can get all four sets together at a special price.
You will be able to download the 1MB PDF file of this pattern immediately after purchase. You will need a PDF reader application such as Adobe Acrobat to open and print the file.
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So far I have made the skunk and beaver. They are so stinking cute even with my beginner stitches. . I am going sew up a little heart pouch for them to live in, and give them to my grandchildren for Valentine's Day.