Added May 28, 2008
My first attempt at a stuffed toy (or anything that has to have matching symmetry for that matter) and embroidery. My mom gave me some very helpful tips :). The pattern is a freebie from WeeWonderfuls.com. Its so cute and simple and you can have a lot of fun with your fabrics. I made one for my little ones and a couple as gifts for other people’s little ones.
Printed cotton, solid flannel, beads for eyes, pom pom for tail, embroidery floss, poly filling
Hilary Lang of Wee Wonderfuls
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