Hello, in this Instructable I'm going to try to teach you how to create your very own Enderman plushie.

You will also be able to apply these same techniques to create other Minecraft creatures and quite possibly, unforgettable holiday moments.
Here is a list of the materials that I used. Surely you can substitute these for other brands, quantities, and types of materials.
***Unfortunately I discarded the receipt which had the item numbers for the Fuscia and Pink ribbons that I used. Also I already had light pink thread so you will have to match the ribbon colors and thread to the best of your abilities.***

Materials List (most of my items were purchased at Joann Fabrics which always have coupons which you can use to drastically bring down the prices of these items)

>1 Yard - Sew Classic Velour Black (or your choice of black color fabric)

>Coats & Clark Dual Duty XP General Purpose Thread - 250yds
  -1 Black (color #900)
  -1 Red Rose (color# 3040)
  -1 Light pink thread to match the pink ribbon color.

>1 Yard - Pink Ribbon 1 x 1/2" Width 

>1 Yard - Fusia Ribbon 1 x 1/2" Width
>Poly-fil Fiber 32 oz 

>Sharpie Metallic Fine Point Markers-Silver 2 pk

Basic Tools List
>Sewing needles
>Sewing pins
>Ruler / Straight Edge / Yardstick
>Masking tape
>Seam ripper

Step 1: Understanding the Fabric Flow and Layout.

Understanding the fabric flow and layout
 The first step to making this Enderman is to consider how all of your dimensions are to be drawn onto the material. If you are using the material I suggested then this step is of great importance. The Velour fabric has somewhat of a pattern to it. If you slide your hand across the material in a back and forth motion it will have different colors and characteristics. One way feels smooth and lighter in color while the other way appears darker and seems to have a sense of resistance.

You want to draw your dimensions on the material so that it flows in a single direction. You want all your pieces to flow from the smooth side downward from head to toe. If you are not careful during this process the final product may end up appearing inconsistent.  

Now that we understand our pattern layout we can proceed to applying it to the back of our material.

<p>Thank You very much for this great tutorial.... I made the Enderman a bit larger so he is al tall al my nephew... more pictures here : <a href="http://bit.ly/1EU3c16" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/1EU3c16</a></p><p>Greatings from Tyrol / Austria</p>
<p>Guten tag! Sorry for the two year old reply, we have slow internet in the USA, :) Now, with that said, let me say that your Enderman is totally awesome! I bow to the awesome-ness that is your Enderman. I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy! :D Seriously though, your your Enderman is very cool, and I love how it also doubles as a body pillow and potentially, even a Halloween costume. By the way, your nephew is quite the lucky lad to have such a wonderful aunt, hand make him something so magnificent. Finally, I would just like to say, that I think it's super cool that my instructable inspired someone all the way across the pond! </p><p>P.S. I love how you posed him for all of the pictures. Lol. </p>
<p>I love this enderman. Totally making it. You'll definitely be hearing back from me with the pictures some day :)</p>
<p>I finally made it, it took me a few good hours. The picture does nothing for his legs though, they aren't that fat. (sorry for bad pic quality - the camera and lighting is horrid) But, awesome instructable and directions, thanks!</p>
<p>Hi, sorry for the super late reply. Your Endy looks proportional to me. It's just a the angle of perception. Also, I love the purple eyes. Great job!</p>
<p>Hahaha i like:)</p>
<p>My favorite! &lt;3<br>Even though the arms and legs on mine got a bit thick....</p>
<p>IT'S SO CUTE!!</p>
Super awsome!
<p>love this!!! but I thnk endermans eyes are purple going to make some!</p>
Thank you for these great instructions. Very specific, which I appreciate! My 7-year-old son loves his new Enderman plushie!!!
This is so cool! I came here after looking at your wither plushie, praying you had an 'ible for the Enderman... and you did! Definitely making this for my girlfriend (a huge MC fan, just like me)!
Awesome! Thank you so much!
Haha, I made one that looked just like that before I knew this instructable existed!!
AHHHHHHHHHH! He's perfect. I am afraid to make eye contact. :D
Thank you. I really appreciate the kind words.
Would you allow me to make a how-to video on my YouTube channel? I have a series of videos called &quot;Minecraft Craftiness&quot;, and I would love to feature this. Of course, all credit goes to you and will be posted, as well as a link to this -ible. If you would like to see my channel first, I am madmommy on YouTube. I still plan on making one of these for my son, a Minecraft addict at 7 yrs old :)
Hi, sorry for the late reply. I checked out your creeper shirt and perler creeper videos. You hardly seem like a &quot;mad&quot; mommy :D, actually quite the contrary. I recognize your mission statement with your Minecraftiness videos and I can appreciate the potential importance of a creation/step being more visibly understanding. So with that said, yes, please feel free to make your how to video.
Heres my Endermen! took me a long time cuz i had a problem with the measurements. When I doubled everything its seem to work until I got to the body and when i went to attach it to the head it was to big. So some slight modifications there but I feel pretty proud of myself :3 <br>Thnx for the inscrutable!!!!!
LOL! Awesome! He looks proportional to me. I think you did a great job. Your welcome and oh by the way.. my Enderman is giving you the nod as well. :)

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