Who doesn't like a good hanpai in a starting hand? Who wouldn't love a dora-kan in every hand? This article will help you getting the flow with a better starting hand - it will describe how to sew you own giant Mahjongg Tile Plushie (Chun)!
Please read on for a more detailed howto on how to sew one...
Plushie-time again, it is!
This is one of the awaited chrismas present tutorials, a gift we've made for a good friend who happens to like everything thats cat-ish, especially - of course - if it has its origins in otaku-culture, like this:
We decided to give a Nyamo (the small catish thingy) a try and make it. As a base we used the well known Poring Plushie pattern, attached ears and tail, cut the right face and swoosh, there it was. But step for step for now...
Hey! Eefi again with more plushie goodness. It' even moar awesome than evar!
Oh God, this has to be the most disturbing plushie I've ever made...
We have posted our first Mr. Saturn in the plushies overview post already but just to make it easier to search through, here's another post! NebuK made a second Mr. Saturn so this time we have two (!) in progress pictures. Nevertheless, the original tutorial (which you can find here ) is wonderfully documented with lots and lots of pictures. Be sure to check it out!
Hey, Eefi here~! I made one of my favorite headgears from Ragnarok Online! This plushie emerged from the attempt whether the sewing pattern for Poring's body works for other not so regular shapes as well. Apparently, it does although I had to make a few changes. I don't have any in progress pictures since I wasn't sure if it'd work out and I'm not that keen to make a second one in the near future. The arrow is a somewhat of a pain to make and everything has to be sewn by hand! (Which is the major downside because it takes ages!) If you're lucky and your sewing machine is tamed to the extend so you can sew veeery slow, do it with the machine. Our's isn't, making every curved stitch nearly impossible.
Also, there's no pattern this time.
Plushies, everybody loves plushies
So we've been busy sewing a few of them. Unfortunately we haven't quite gotten to the idea of blogging and being all Web 2.0 at the first plushies, so no pictures of them.
Okay so what do we have here?
My first selfmade plushie pattern turned out to be the original character bunny-thingie of a friend. (Hey, I don't have any website to link back to give you credit! If I see you again sometime I'll gladly give this one to you.) This first try actually turned out all right, so here's my first tutorial.