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Making a Plush ... guide reference by Chibi-pets Making a Plush ... guide reference by Chibi-pets
Note: sorry for my english, if you have any question please ask

This is not a tutorial! this is the way I usually make plushies. 

this is the final plush
 
Octavia custom plush by Chibi-pets
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Nachtana Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Because i had sewing lessons at scool, i just know that's way not that easy as it looks.
Number four is a good advice. Do you have a unfinished plushie just for looking how the eyes are on the body or do you use just every unfinished body that's in reach? And are those eyes already embroyed? They look so.
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Chibi-pets Featured By Owner 5 days ago   Artisan Crafter
yes I have an unfinished plushie just for tests... because the eyes are embroidered directly onto the fabric in every of my finish plushs.. in number 5 is how they look in the fabric ^^
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Dapooxii Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is looks easy , but i'm really bad at making the hair pattern , especially if the hair was tall with a lot of layers , so what is the easy way to make the hair pattern ?
i did the same that you did but its always end messy and awful ><
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Chibi-pets Featured By Owner 5 days ago   Artisan Crafter
well yes.. I always made the pattern with paper and attack to the head in order to see how it looks 
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matty4z Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
nice but.....no body tutorial?
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Chibi-pets Featured By Owner 5 days ago   Artisan Crafter
this isn't a tutorial.. is a reference guide..  
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matty4z Featured By Owner 4 days ago
sorry..but it is helpful  :icondragonxpplz: 
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yarngirl Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you for sharing the process you use! =)
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PrincessLunatwinkle Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
This is great! Thank you for making this!
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Chibi-pets Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014   Artisan Crafter
^~^ is ok...
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