No, I don't. I kinda want people to actually try to understand the pattern a bit like actually trying it with out a picture showing how it should look like you know. but tipically it is supposed to look like a normal wolf depending on the colors people choose to use. sorry that I don't have the image though
Thats fine. I was just wondering because i've been doing a lot of talking but not alot of walking when it comes to sewing. I've never actually made a stuffed animal before so... Thats why i'm being such a noob XD.
I know that some plush artists do have pictures of what the end product should be if they give out their patterns. Haha I know what you mean, my first plushie is of my oc Kitsu which I made from this horse pattern that I found. But after you make a first plush from what I learned it gets easier to understand how to make them c:
Oh, I get what your saying. Once you make one, from then on it should be easier. Yea. I have an old felt plushie i made in art class long time ago in 5th grade. its starting to fall apart XD. Anyways, thanks for the advice! -huggles again-
I really like to make toys, and I really love wolfs and dogs, so may I use it?? The only thing I don't get is why I need to cut the head, the ears, the tail, the muzzle and the front paws off. Thanks!!
Of course you may use it c: thanks for asking, I'm actually making a more revised one if you would like to use that one instead c: the paw piece is the paw pad but the pattern would actually work with out it
Hi there, wondered if I would be able to maybe use your pattern please? We're doing a craft garden for an local project and our craft team want to do a fox and I think I could easily adapt this pattern. I'm no tin charge of this bit but just came across your pattern and thought it would be great. Lisa
thats a perfect pattern you said to ask so could i use your pattern to make a wolf plush for my collection of hand sewn plushes. i know it is your pattern i just can't find any other pattern to make a wolf plush and you said to ask first.