In this indestructable i will demonstrate how to make a cute "critter" plushie from the classic arcade game Doukutsu (by pixel studios)

Step 1: Step 1 (Fabric)

You need to get some fabric, preferably something soft
the easyest way to get this is to cut apart old t-shirts
the amount of fabric you need will be detirmined by the size of your plushie
also you will need some stuffing

Step 2: Tools

Tools you will need:





rotery cutter (optional-helps)

Step 3: Design

Now you need a design for your plushie
I got mine off the Doukutsu Tribute site Doukutsu Tribute site

Step 4: Transfer and Cut

Transfer your design to the fabric (i.e. trace it, etc.). Make sure you have the corect number of peces for your design (on mine: front, back, and two ears). then use the rotery cutter and scissors to cut your design out (make sure you leave a 1/4-5/8 inch seam alowance)

Step 5: Front Design

If your plushie has, for instance, a face, you will need to draw or sew this in now (I recomend using the sharpie)

Step 6: Sew

This step is pritty simple, you just sew along the outline
(it might help to go to this sewing site-it will show you the basic stiches) be sure to leave a small hole for stuffing

Step 7: Stuffing

pack the stuffing into the hole you left (do not overfill) till it is full but still soft

Step 8: Finishing

sew up the hole you put the stuffing in (try using a blind stitch) put anything else on now (e.g. eyes, ears, glue on noses, etc) *notice I missed and you can see the black thread on the left ear, dang*

Step 9: Enjoy Your Plushie!

and please note that any small objects are not for small chilrdren or the mentaly impared

Pic2: another (more complex) plushie of a char named Balrog in the same game

This is great ! ty Givememycawwot! this is the one i made!
<p>i love it!</p>
<p>um im confused did you read the instructions correctly?????</p><p>that's super creepy....................... BTW what is that? a paper towel roll that fell in a toilet????</p>
close enough
<p>close enough??? that REALLY GOOD!!!!</p>
i made one i made my black kitten one and&nbsp;a pokemon (im 10 lol)
i did one its so cool
CAVE STORY!!!!!!!! recently picked it up again having fun.
how do you do THE blind stitch?
With a bit of tweaking this should do the trick:<br/><br/>&lt;a href=&quot;http://www.associatedcontent.com/video/11362/how_to_make_a_blind_stitch_or_blind.html?cat=24&quot;&gt;the blind stitch&lt;/a&gt;<br/>
Nice work.
CUtE!! XD<br/>love the tiny cute little ears <sup><span class="underline"><sup> !!</sup></span></sup><br/>
Lol, adorable. Now to find a icon to plushie-ify...
that is awesome!!!! make more instructable plushies!!!
thks for all the encouragement guys. it means a lot to me.
I think I've been playing too much cave story because I recognized that from the thumbnail. It's pretty awesome looking.
<strong>is that balrog guy supposed to be a dog or a block??</strong><br/>
It's kind of a block-robot thing, it trys to kill the main character several times
oh because the black part looks like a nose and the bottom seam looks like a mouth.
shrink shirt, SHRINK my parents don't want me to until I grow out of the clothes I will use ARRRRRRRGGGGGGG I CANT WAIT MAGIC OF THE WHATEVER I INVOKE YOU
This is where I think you went wrong. I would have used a fabric that doesn't stretch just to make it easier to sew. I like to go to thrift stores and buy old hawaiian shirts and whatnot to reuse the fabric. I still think your project is cute, though, and the imperfections work for it.
Very nice dog!!<br/>I made a little bunny<br/><div style="margin-left:15px;"> <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/oLPFuVeY17E"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/oLPFuVeY17E" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="344" wmode="transparent"></embed></object></div><br/>
This is sooooo cool! Using your clear instructions, look at the creation of my friend George and I. It is a super mega awesome fishy that sings the Peppridge Farm's goldfish song.
Jordan is completely right; the stitching done on the right side of the fabric creates a product with inferior apeal. This and the 1/8th seam technique should be explained...Also, on a project this simple you may not want to assume that those attempting it will know what a blind stitch is. cute design though, keep working to refine your tecniques, and remeber: if a stitch is going to apear messy, USE A THREAD COLOR THAT BLENDS WITH THE FABRIC! a contrasting thread color is less disreable for something you wish to apear life-like, but if it is used then it is best to take extreme caution with your stitches.
Thats like more of a hakey sack then a plushie (-_-)'
this one is not very heavy (2-3 grams). but if you filled it with beans/rice...
to make a sephere youd use the same way they make baseballs look at one sometime and youll see two peanut-shaped peaces of fabric sewn togeather...
i like to make cubes and things, it's fun. if anyone can tell me how to make a sphere, tell me plz
you should sew it inside out then flip it right side out, that way you won't see the stitches. Cute though. I remember doing this with scrap fabric whenever my mother would make curtains and other things when I was just a wee child. lol
wow thats gheto...
i would like to be the first to say....This is the sickest thing i have ever seen i can't beleave you would stuff an innocent plushy like this!!!!!! J/K :P (leftovers from another instructable involving stuffing) no i like it gives me somthing to do with all my old work shirts *starts looking for his old McDonalds shirt*

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