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This detailed pattern will guide you through the steps of sewing adorable plush fillies and colts. When you're finished they'll stand 6 inches tall from the top of their heads to the bottom of their little hooves!
The pattern includes:
* heavy duty pattern pieces printed on cardstock
- filly head pattern
- colt head pattern
- young pony body pattern
- unicorn horn pattern
- patterns for four styles of wings (including bat wings!)
* eight pages of step by step instructions on sewing your pony
* instructions include a detailed guide for yarn manes and tails
* two pages of tips and tricks for sewing beautiful plushies
* 43 detailed illustrations
* a heavy duty 9 x 12 storage bag to protect your pattern
For one pony you will need: 1/4 yard of fabric for the body / head and a small ball of yarn for the mane / tail. I've tested the pattern with quilting cotton and cotton flannel. I don't usually sew with minky, but my testers tell me it works just fine with this pattern. :)
I designed the pattern to use a sewing machine, with a little bit of hand finishing. If you want to sew her all by hand, that also works. It may be a little slower.
This listing is for a physical copy of the pattern mailed to you within the USA by first class mail. I also have a listing for a digital copy and a listing for a combo package with both digital and physical copies of the pattern. If you live outside the US there is an additional $5 shipping cost. If you would it shipped some other way, convo me before purchasing and I'll figure out the cost.
If you'd like to see more pictures of ponies created from this pattern check out my deviantART gallery: http://valleyviolet.deviantart.com/
You can also see a gallery of awesome ponies made by other people (using all the patterns I sell) here: http://valleyviolet.deviantart.com/favourites/48517744
You can make as many ponies as you want using this pattern and use them for any purpose, personal or commercial. If you sell your ponies, please mention that my pattern was used. ;)