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A warm Stitch suit in any size (including adult sizes)

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My friend who is a great fan of stitch asked me to make her a stitch suit for the long cold winter nights.

This one is really easy to do.
what you will need :
- dark blue and light blue fleece
- a little piece of pink fabric for the inner ears
- black and white felt to make the eyes and the nose
- 6 buttons
- thread
- newspaper
- pants and t-shirt to make the pattern
 
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Step 1: Mesurement and body pattern

Picture of mesurement and body pattern
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you will only need 2 mesures : from shoulder to waist and from waist to foot

Put your folded pants and shirt on newspaper and draw the shape all around. Check the mesurements as shown on the pictures to e sure the suit will fit.

Step 2: Other pieces of pattern

Picture of other pieces of pattern
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to make the rest of the pattern I used the shape of a hoodie.

I drew the other pieces : semicircle for the nose, drops for the eyes, a line of semicircles for the teeth, an oval for the belly.

Then, cut the pattern pieces in the different fabrics. Don't forget to let 1/2" of seam allowance. The body and sleeves pieces are cut on the fold. In the end, you should have as many pieces of fabric as shown on the picture.

Step 3: Sew!

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- sew both parts of the body like shown by the red lines on the picture.

- then, sew them together along de back seam, between the legs, and about 8" behind (let an opening for the buttons).

- sew the sleeves to the body

- sew the two pieces of belly on the body.

- make buttonholes and sew the buttons regularly.

- sew the hems of wrists and ankles

At this step you sould have something like the last picture.
Temotokari7 months ago

So i really want to make this in-time for naka-con. Except why stop at Stitch? Why not make Angel too?

I plan on me going as Angel and my boyfriend going as Stitch ^^ thanks a lot for this.

also, would you happen to have a recomenation on how much fabric i should buy?

Wolfbird made it!9 months ago

Made one this weekend.. except it was a personal character of mine :D

Thanks for the help!

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sylfaen (author)  Wolfbird9 months ago

Great! Love the tail and feet! i'm glad this instructable have been useful!

thanks for sharing

Wolfbird9 months ago
Haha! That is adorable!
You should enter this into the Holiday Gifts Contest!
Lorddrake1 year ago
I was going to say you dropped the ball after making such an awesome set of PJs and not making them footie PJs .. but you made the proverbial 11th hour save with the last picture showing the matching slippers.