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Plushie Pattern Tutorial by NataliaSerrano Plushie Pattern Tutorial by NataliaSerrano
many people are asking for pattens and tutorials, i dont share my patterns but this is the way i make them.

this is my first tutorial
im not sure if everything is clear, if you have any doubt just ask me

let me know if you used this tutorial, and how your plushie turn out :D
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The suggester states "Simple and understandable explanation for something that sounds so difficult to the untrained hand. Personally, for me it is the most useful tutorial I've found this year!" Plushie Pattern Tutorial by ~NataliaSerrano ( Suggested by SarlyneART and Featured by Elandria )
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catfruitcup Apr 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Your tut is super fantastic!! Thanks so much for posting this - I've already used it twice and it's been a major learning tool. See pic here. Thanks again!
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NataliaSerrano Jul 24, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
thanks :)

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:iconsofiathecupcakegirl:
I LOVE YOU thank you
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NataliaSerrano Jul 24, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
:love:
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catfruitcup Apr 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting! I've been trying this myself, but with a clay sculpture model - letting it dry - making seam marks etc. and using scotch tape on top. Works pretty similar.
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:iconaka-chibi:
would it be possible to just make a small scale model of the plushie, so that when you get the pattern you can just resize it to make it bigger? :33
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NataliaSerrano Apr 15, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
yes, i did that when i made a giant manatee.
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:iconturbolen7:
hmmm, I gotta try this. Had an idea though, do you think using some old towels or rags would work better than newspaper? Might be easier to shape and more reusable as well. Just a thought.
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NataliaSerrano Mar 30, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
i never tried that, but i dont think it will be easyer to shape,some times i use plastic bags,it's easyer than newspaper, but it works better for small projects since they dont make so much volume that the newspaper
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:iconsherart:
Great tute for a beginner pattern maker. It helps you understand how to make the shapes your eye sees. Really good job.
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