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I have several urban vinyl figures, and I enjoy browsing in designer toy shops. I'm always slightly disappointed, however, by designer plush toys. Whi...
There are two primary types of fabric: knitted and woven. Knitted materials tend to be slightly stretchy, while woven materials are not. (Your t-shirt...
The most common type of stuffing for plush toys is polyester fiberfill. This is also the material used inside most pillows. You should be able to find...
I've decided to use a very simple shape as a platform for experimentation. While some designer plushies are complex two-dimensional shapes, my toys ar...
The type of fabric you choose will give your toy a particular feel. You can mix and match different textures and colors for really wild combinations. ...
Sew the fabric pieces with the right sides together. As previously mentioned, leave an opening along one of the side seams. Once all the seams are sew...
Your plushie may need eyes, teeth, ears, a tail, or other interesting attachments. Some types of attachments are sewn into the seams. Others are added...
Finally, show off your results! Make sure you hug them to fully appreciate your choices of texture =)
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