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04 March 2013 @ 03:29 pm
Originally posted by eva_pro at Fat sheep day)
It's very fat and lazy))
Handmade plastics+fluffy

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27 February 2013 @ 09:34 pm
Originally posted by eva_pro at Honduran white bat
It's toy that I like most of all from my works))
Handmade plastics+fluffy.

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10 February 2013 @ 09:42 am
katze3

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This one turned out much more creepy than I intended. It was fun to make, though.
 
 
07 February 2013 @ 07:09 am
Katze2

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13 September 2012 @ 11:21 pm
Hello plushers :)

I have minor experience with making plushies. I've made a few, but never really good ones.
I've worked with broadcloth and deersuede in the past.

I'm currently going to make a pair of plushies for my brother as a gift from me and my sister since he's going through a really hard time right now and we want to send him something to hug since we live so far apart.

I want to use this pattern:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/93201226/digital-copy-pony-plush-sewing-pattern?ref=sr_gallery_1&sref=sr_b0be74e1f0fe1f01b34728634bd65ce792f36015416f0534d27116bd142cf2e9_1347596181_14403433_pattern&ga_includes%5B0%5D=tags&ga_search_query=pony+pattern&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&show_panel=true

or something similar.

What I need from you guys is fabric recommendation.

Do you think fleece or felt would do better?
I've never sewn anything with fleece. Is it hard to work with since its so floofy?

Also, I would prefer combed hair. Can someone recommend where to find that in good colors like various blues? I don't prefer the felt hairs.
I'd rather use combed hair and style it. If that sounds like a good idea?

I really appreciate any help. Thanks.
 
 
 
07 August 2012 @ 03:52 pm

Whooo-eee! My biggest plushie to date is finally finished! After a good two months or so of hard work, he's finished.

This big guy is ovr 5 feet long from the tip of his nose all the way down to the tip of his long tail. He is 100 percent hand sewn though his eyes are embroidered by my beloved Brother embroidery machine *pets her new toy*

Fersir is able to stand on all four legs on his own, is very big and huggable, and a little on the heavy side given all the stuffing he requires.

I am perfectly happy to make large plushies like this, just be warned that the bigger the plush the bigger the price tag!

I'm open for commissions, feel free to email me for a quote using my email Majin@kaylaskritterz.com



http://www.furaffinity.net/view/8594076/ <--- Pictures right there ;)
 
 
 
21 July 2012 @ 01:12 am
This time isn't the excuse I keep forgetting but instead because I haven't actually made a plushie in ages. So here's a sloth I made for fun.

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17 July 2012 @ 05:42 pm
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Made as part of an art trade
 
 
 

Newest style available from me, Anthro!

Here we have Kuhori, commissioned by the ever so patient LigerZeroLindsey of Furaffinity. The pattern drafting for this alone took me ages, so many things that needed tweaking along the way. I need to figure out an easier way to make the paws. While I like how these look, I need to make something a bit easier on me and less time consuming.

This plush was originally only supposed to be about 20" but she ended up standing approx. 30" not counting her ears. She is 100 percent hand sewn.

Special features include embroidered eyes, faux fur hair, and spiked collar. She is also able to stand up on her own, neat huh? No wire either. XD Made out of minky, of course. I love this fabric.




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09 July 2012 @ 09:46 pm
Hey! I just finished this thing and thought you guys would enjoy a look-see.



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