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Freelance Whales

Added Sep 7, 2012

by tungufoss

Gardabaer, Iceland

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Description

I’m really into DIY toys and pillows. I came across this adorable whale tutorial (see credits) on pinterest (my new favorite place on the internet) and I try to give it a try. Unfortunately there is not printable pattern, she traced it free-hand directly on the fabric. I on the other hand do not have that aspiring ability, instead I found one photo of the cut-out pieces midst the Finnish directions. I enlarged it on my computer and printed it spanning 2x A4 sheets (easier said than done!). The results was a very small, somewhat similar whale. Not exactly by best work (I more proud of my recent mermaid), but there is probably some small child I know that wouldn’t mind its imperfections.

Material Notes

Scraps of denim, filling, 2x buttons (for eyes)

Difficulty

Novice

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Children
Material
Denim

Credits

valaan villapaita

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    Sep 7, 2012, 07.38 PMby Mary Athey

    i.m a sucker for stuffed toys and kiddie outfits and this is adorable. well done x

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      Sep 7, 2012, 07.54 PMby tungufoss

      yeah, me too, I just couldn’t resist. :)

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