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Fleece often had a good amount of stretch, so if you go with a less stretchy fabric, and don't plan to stuff it too firm, you could skip the muslin.
I don't have all the receipts, but here's some estimates:Fiber fill: $25 for a 10 lb box at Walmart; prob $40 worth if you stuff it until firmFleece Fabric: typically $5-10$/yard; so maybe $30 or soMuslin Fabric: $4/yard, so $15Thread, packing tape and a black felt: $10Funnoodle: prob $15 or soSo my estimate is a little over $100. You can change fabrics, make it smaller, or stuff it less or with something else to make it cheaper. Joann sends out lots of coupons and holds sales you can take advantage of.
That looks awesome, and shows how you can adjust the fabric and stuffing level to suit your taste. The one I made is probably a bit overstuffed, to be honest, and i think one like yours that you can more easily cuddle will probably get a lot more love. Thanks for sharing your pics.
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