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Make your own stuffed Narwhal friend! Includes instructions and pattern pieces to make a plush narwhal in THREE sizes, including an option to turn it into an ornament.

This 14 page PDF document includes full size pattern pieces for all three sizes, written instructions, diagrams and color photographs to help guide you through the steps.

This sewing project is suitable for an intermediate plush toy maker. It requires machine and hand sewing skills. Experience in making flat or pillow type toys is recommended

The smallest size can be made using leftover scrap fabric, and the larger sizes can be made using less than a fat quarter! You will also need a sewing machine, needles, thread, and 1lb or less of stuffing.

Upon purchase, you will receive an email from Etsy with instructions on how to download the pattern. You are purchasing an electronic PDF pattern file. No physical item will be sent via regular post.

This pattern is in Adobe PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader is recommended to view this file.

Individual makers may sell finished toys created from this pattern provided they credit Zooguu as the designer. Put "Made from a Zooguu pattern" on any printed tags and in online listings. Please also add a link to this pattern when selling your finished toy online. It is not ok to resell or redistribute the PDF pattern, just the finished toys, and only if the toys are made by an individual vs. a team of people.

Narwhal PDF Pattern - Stuffed Animal, Softie, Plush - 3 Sizes Included



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