Step 6: RAWR.

When you're finished, make sure to put him in a safe place away from UV exposure and puppies (unless you intend for it to be a chew toy)

And finally, completion of your new friend according to my instructions will not result in its coming to life. It will indefinitely remain dumb and inanimate no matter how hard you will it to move.

Happy sewing!
hey, I used one of the images of this 'ible to make a template for anyone who might need it :)
Great instructable! Here's my try. Cheers, Kajnjaps
 Here's my take on Mr. Fudwuddle.
This is mine! It's named Grom x)
how the heck do you do that? just like, sew the different peices together?
Yes, I just do that <sup></sup> <br/>it's not very complicate... just long =D<br/><br/>I sew the fourth parts of the two side individually, after I do the rest with the pattern =)<br/>
Wouldn't it be easier if you quartered two different colored sheets of felt or other fabric. Then sow then into two rectangles with you color layout. Pin the two pieces, seam sides out, together. Now transfer the pattern and follow the directions. I think it might be a bit tricky to match the pieces up once they were cut into eight pieces.<br />
whoa.. niice!
hey :O<br/>I saw your plushie in this web site <sup></sup><br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.hugolescargot.com/fiche-bricolage/fiche-couture-poupee-rigolote.htm">hugo l'escargot</a><br/>
I enjoyed your instructable. I made 4 in one afternoon. I NEVERE would have thought of this by myself. My daughters enjoyed playing with them and helping to decorate them. Here is a picture.
super cute!!
<p>This all really REALLY hurts my brand, especially when referenced as some sort of &quot;sock monkey&quot; random open design. We are not a giant corporation.</p>
<p>This is such a cute project so I have shared it in my blog today in a compilation of sewing projects for boys. Thank you!</p><p>http://www.blueradish.com.au/ten-things-to-sew-with-boys/</p>
Wow! That's really cool!
this design is protected by copyright and you are claiming as your own and encouraging others to copy it - here is the copyright info from the Uglydoll website <br> <br>http://www.planetmusic.us.com/images_uglydoll/pdfs/Uglydoll_Copyright.pdf <br> <br>and here is the copyright agreement from this instructables website <br>You acknowledge that Instructables does not pre-screen Content, but that Instructables shall have the right (but not the obligation) in its sole discretion to reject or remove any Content that is available through the Site. Without limiting the foregoing, Instructables shall have the right, but not the obligation, to remove at any time any Content that violates any of these Terms including Content that is objectionable or that infringes or is alleged to infringe another&rsquo;s intellectual property or other rights. You agree that you must evaluate, and bear all risks associated with, the use of any Content or other Materials (including third party trademarks and copyrights) including all risks associated with your reliance on the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of such Content and/or Materials. Furthermore, Instructables reserves the right, but not the obligation, to limit access to your account and Content found in violation of these Terms by removing the account, Content and related user information from the Instructables member directory, search engine, and any and/or all other methods used in conjunction with finding Site users and Content.
this is dumb
cool thank you so much for this detailed information. i will keep it in mind for any future endeavors i might seek to explore!<br><br>as for the dolls i make, i don't call them uglydolls or even venture to advertise them as such. uglydolls is an amazing company with a fine product that i alone could not recreate on my own. nor do i want to steal all their glory! this tutorial is simply a way to show people how to sew together a plush doll. sure, it resembles one of the uglydolls characters, but at the end of the day, it is just a sewing tutorial. nothing more. <br><br>i'm certain the instructables team has seen my tutorial and has made no effort to remove it. so until then, i think i'm in the clear! i do appreciate your diligence in monitoring and maintaining a copyright infringement-free universe for us all to coexist!
So cut!
My take on Spooky Alien ;p
My second take
Here is mine! I sewed him by hand and even stitched on a heart! Loved your instructable!
i will definetly try it even though sewing is not my thing.Im always ready totake on a new challenge! <br>
This is a cool tutorial, this just doesn't seem like you &quot;dug deep&quot; to find your inspiration. I think you should reference ugly dolls as your inspiration, that way you might not get so much flack for ripping them off. I don't really think you ripped them off because they don't offer any doll exactly like this, but the resemblance is uncanny.
My dogs destroyed all my Uglydolls...I guess I know what I'm/they're getting for Christmas! Thanks so much for sharing; I've always looked at Uglydolls and thought to myself &quot;psh I could make that&quot; but I never actually tried!
Heres one i made its green but the camera kinda messed it up
how do you sew him closed??? theres still a hole after you stuff him! please help.
Try using a slip stitch. It's made to look &quot;seamless.&quot;
how do you do the slip stitch?
Wow did you sell these 2 a shop called minotaur in Melbourne for more info go to: <br>http://www.minotaur.com.au/
I've been there and I know what you mean but they're not the same <br>
really they look so slimier and I didn't know you went to Minotaur?
Yeah, its in the city.
u know how u put the pins in what are they for do u use them to make em stick together or something? <br>
Its to hold it so it doesn't come apart while you are sewing
whats the thing u put inside to make it 3D or pop out or something.... <br>like uhhhhhhhhhhh stuffing..
Its called fibre-fill as mentioned in Step 4
Wow did you sell these 2 a shop called minotaur in Melbourne for more info go to: <br>http://www.minotaur.com.au/
So cute! I'm going to do this with my sixth graders! To simplify it for them I am letting them choose between two creatures I drew based on all of the ones posted:
Very cute!
its a uglydoll from the ugly guide series
ur mean <br>
I love them and i am a major sewing freak i love to sew random thingo if <br> s
<em>I am loving it! want try as soon as i get home!! :D!!</em>
Im making a dinosaur friend!
since valentine is coming up, I've made it a little more special!<br>thanks for the awesome idea!!!
Too darn cute! I will have to make a ton of these for all my families kids! Thanks so much for sharing! 5 Stars!
Thx for the idea! ;) <br>I didn't make any monsters, but some cute little bunny's ;) <br>Here's my result... By the way: it was my first sewingjob, and i feel sooooo good about it! Thx!!<br>
Great take on this 'ible! Nice!

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