Introduction: Moonkin Plushie
This is my pattern for an intermediate sewer Moonkin Plushie. It took 1/4 y of 3 colors of fleece fabric (tan, yellow, and brown for horde, navy, white, and periwinkle for alliance) I would recommend using a sewing machine to make the process go faster. I also used flannel for the eyes, beak and horns/antlers.
Step 1: Step 1: Print Your Pattern
This pattern can be printed and used for the moonkin plushie. Mine turned out about a foot tall and used a whole bag of stuffing.
Step 2: Step 2: Copy the Pattern
I traced the cut-out pattern onto the fleece with a permanent marker which turned out to be a mistake, my hands turned blue and ended up staining the fabric in the sewing process. For horde: The body, feet, tail and wings were yellow while the head, wing feathers and neck ruff were brown and the tummy, beak, and horns and wing ruff were off white.
Step 3: Step 3: Cut Out the Pattern!
Cut out your pattern, then arrange your pieces next to each other according the the way they'll be sewn, directions for that are on the pattern that you print. The wings have 3 layers to them. The base is yellow, with a brown "feather" layer, and then a white ruffle.
Step 4: Step 4: Assemble Your Moonkin!
Now for the fun part, the sewing. Because of all the layers of fabric, piecing together the horns, ears and wings will be the hardest process. Basting it before you stitch it will be best in order to avoid dropping layers. After your body and head are sewn, add the neck ruffle and sew them together. The feet will not require any stuffing, however they will require a few little stitches to hold the fabric together. The toggle on the neck ruffle were made by rolling a furry material and then sewing a button to it to hold it in place.
Step 5: Step 5: Enjoy the Finished Product!
No project is ever perfect, so enjoy your new friend, no matter the quirks!
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