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Robbie the Raccoon PDF Sewing Pattern

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Robbie the Raccoon is somewhat of a little scamp. He can't help it. He's a raccoon and he's terribly hungry...all the time!

His mother has taught him never to take what isn't his but there's no two ways about it...if he finds a little something tasty...just sort of laying around, with nobody in particular watching it. He'll nick it! At the moment he has a treasure haul of croissants, patty cakes, strawberries and a very fine chocolate eclair...with extra cream! It's not his fault. He even goes to great care to make sure nobody can recognise him...using a nifty little mask and he's always careful not to leave his dabs behind. It's not really stealing. Think of it more as 'liberating' the food or even better 'giving it a good home' where it will be truly appreciated on every level...just don't tell his mum. She won't be best pleased. The neighbours do talk so.

Robbie will arrive to you as a downloadable pattern. All of his pattern sheets and instructions will print to standard Australian A4 pages so no cutting and sticking pages together. He's made using wool felt and quilting cotton with a finished size of around 22cm. He is very 'playable' for young hands. The pattern uses both a safety nose and safety eyes however full supervision should be in place when he's in the hands of a small child to whom small items pose a choking hazzard. His little treasure sack can be packed and unpacked and both his jersey and his robbers mask are removable. He's a game just waiting to be played!

I go to every length to provide detailed and easily understood written instructions. Robbie is probably the most involved of all of my patterns. He would be a challenge for a first time toy maker but would make a very satisfying project for a maker with a few projects under their belt. If you do have any bumps in the road while making this little fella please don't hesitate to contact me (jenny@frazzydazzles.com) and I'll provide you with any help, tips or support you need to finish your little scoundrel.

Please note that as I'm an Australian designer. All measurements will be given using the metric system.

While I'm happy for you as the purchaser to make Robbie and sell your work on a small scale such through a market I do ask that all labeling and marketing material identify myself and or Frazzy Dazzles as the original designer. The copying of and or re-selling/re-distribution of this pattern either in paper or digital form isn't very nice.

Thank you for looking at my little Robbie! If you like my designs you might like to follow my Frazzy Dazzles page of Facebook and Instagram. That's where I share all new and emerging designs first.
Robbie the Raccoon is somewhat of a little scamp. He can't help it. He's a raccoon and he's terribly hungry...all the time!

His mother has taught him never to take what isn't his but there's no two ways about it...if he finds a little something tasty...just sort of laying around, with nobody in particular watching it. He'll nick it! At the moment he has a treasure haul of croissants, patty cakes, strawberries and a very fine chocolate eclair...with extra cream! It's not his fault. He even goes to great care to make sure nobody can recognise him...using a nifty little mask and he's always careful not to leave his dabs behind. It's not really stealing. Think of it more as 'liberating' the food or even better 'giving it a good home' where it will be truly appreciated on every level...just don't tell his mum. She won't be best pleased. The neighbours do talk so.

Robbie will arrive to you as a downloadable pattern. All of his pattern sheets and instructions will print to standard Australian A4 pages so no cutting and sticking pages together. He's made using wool felt and quilting cotton with a finished size of around 22cm. He is very 'playable' for young hands. The pattern uses both a safety nose and safety eyes however full supervision should be in place when he's in the hands of a small child to whom small items pose a choking hazzard. His little treasure sack can be packed and unpacked and both his jersey and his robbers mask are removable. He's a game just waiting to be played!

I go to every length to provide detailed and easily understood written instructions. Robbie is probably the most involved of all of my patterns. He would be a challenge for a first time toy maker but would make a very satisfying project for a maker with a few projects under their belt. If you do have any bumps in the road while making this little fella please don't hesitate to contact me (jenny@frazzydazzles.com) and I'll provide you with any help, tips or support you need to finish your little scoundrel.

Please note that as I'm an Australian designer. All measurements will be given using the metric system.

While I'm happy for you as the purchaser to make Robbie and sell your work on a small scale such through a market I do ask that all labeling and marketing material identify myself and or Frazzy Dazzles as the original designer. The copying of and or re-selling/re-distribution of this pattern either in paper or digital form isn't very nice.

Thank you for looking at my little Robbie! If you like my designs you might like to follow my Frazzy Dazzles page of Facebook and Instagram. That's where I share all new and emerging designs first.

Reviews

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Reviewed by Annette
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 29, 2017
Absolutely perfect in every way once again!! Theses are my favourite patterns and most favourite softie maker and designer also!! Thank you so much for sharing your creations!!
Robbie the Raccoon PDF Sewing Pattern

Reviewed by Jennifer Williams
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 24, 2018
I love this pattern so much. Adorable!
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Reviewed by Lorraine Marwood
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 29, 2017
Lovely, thank you for all your kind help- a great pattern for the grandchildren.
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Reviewed by CLLadd
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 17, 2018
She is so lovely need a spare second to make her.
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