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!!

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