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Bekah's Monster Tooth Holder - pdf Sewing Pattern and Tutorial - Ear bud pouch, cash gift holder, coin purse, lost tooth fairy pillow

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Bekah's Monster Tooth Holder - pdf Sewing Pattern and Tutorial - Ear bud pouch, cash gift holder, coin purse, lost tooth fairy pillow

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My girl Bekah wanted somewhere to put the teeth that she keeps losing, and thought a monster sounded perfect. =) We made this fully lined pattern together, and I can't stop thinking of things to do with him (or her)!

Here are some of our ideas so far:
❤ Teeth - obviously! =)
❤ Ear buds
❤ Coin purse
❤ A cash gift for a birthday or holiday
❤ Storing bobbins or sewing machine needles
❤ Keepsakes
❤ Flash drives
❤ Medicine
❤ Jewelry
❤ I think my husband needs one in his office for the random screws and washers that show up all over the place. =)


--- This listing is for a downloadable pdf pattern only. ---

Awesome stuff:
❤ Complete, clear instructions
❤ Photos for every step
❤ Relevant sewing tips
❤ He's fully lined - no exposed seams anywhere
❤ His body opening is about 2 1/2" by 3" (not counting his ears). The whole monster is 5" by 5".
❤ Size check feature to verify your printer settings
❤ Pattern support - I'm here to help and we have a great Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautifulpieshop/


You are free to sell the finished monsters, as long as you are making them yourself or with 2 or fewer employees, but please give credit by linking to my pattern in your listing. =)


You will need Adobe Reader to view and print this pdf file. You probably already have it. =) If you don't, get it for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/


Materials:
❤ Scrap fabric
❤ Some scraps of medium weight fusible interfacing
❤ A teeny bit of Wonder-Under or other fusible web
❤ A zipper
❤ I use a drinking straw to turn the arms and legs
❤ A marking pen, if you want to mark dots =)
My girl Bekah wanted somewhere to put the teeth that she keeps losing, and thought a monster sounded perfect. =) We made this fully lined pattern together, and I can't stop thinking of things to do with him (or her)!

Here are some of our ideas so far:
❤ Teeth - obviously! =)
❤ Ear buds
❤ Coin purse
❤ A cash gift for a birthday or holiday
❤ Storing bobbins or sewing machine needles
❤ Keepsakes
❤ Flash drives
❤ Medicine
❤ Jewelry
❤ I think my husband needs one in his office for the random screws and washers that show up all over the place. =)


--- This listing is for a downloadable pdf pattern only. ---

Awesome stuff:
❤ Complete, clear instructions
❤ Photos for every step
❤ Relevant sewing tips
❤ He's fully lined - no exposed seams anywhere
❤ His body opening is about 2 1/2" by 3" (not counting his ears). The whole monster is 5" by 5".
❤ Size check feature to verify your printer settings
❤ Pattern support - I'm here to help and we have a great Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautifulpieshop/


You are free to sell the finished monsters, as long as you are making them yourself or with 2 or fewer employees, but please give credit by linking to my pattern in your listing. =)


You will need Adobe Reader to view and print this pdf file. You probably already have it. =) If you don't, get it for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/


Materials:
❤ Scrap fabric
❤ Some scraps of medium weight fusible interfacing
❤ A teeny bit of Wonder-Under or other fusible web
❤ A zipper
❤ I use a drinking straw to turn the arms and legs
❤ A marking pen, if you want to mark dots =)

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