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This detailed pattern will guide you through the steps of sewing an adorable pony plushie. When you're finished she'll stand 9.5 inches tall from the top of her head to the bottom of her little hooves!
The pattern includes:
* pattern pieces for:
- pony head
- pony body
- unicorn horn
- four styles of pegasus wings
- two sets of manes and tails
* five pages of step by step instructions on sewing your pony
* two pages of tips and tricks for sewing beautiful plushies
* 29 detailed illustrations
* a PDF copy of all pattern materials
For one pony you will need: 1/2 yard of fabric for the body / head and 1/4 yard of fabric for the mane / tail. I've tested the pattern with quilting cotton and cotton flannel. I don't usually work in minky or fleece, but I've heard back from many people who used the pattern with both types of fabric and made some beautiful ponies! :)
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 works too.
This listing is for a digital (PDF) copy of the pattern. I also have a listing includes both a digital and physical copy or only a physical copy of the pattern.
Etsy now has an automated way to send digital files to you, so I'm trying that out with my all digital listings! Theoretically this should mean that as soon as you've payed Etsy should give you access to the pattern PDFs. If you have any problems with the system please send me a convo and we'll figure out what's going on together. In the worst case I can always send the files to your email the way I used to. :)
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 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. ;)