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How to Make Stuffed Animals

Modern, Simple Patterns and Instructions for 18 Projects

How to Make Stuffed Animals

Sian Keegan


Jennifer Korff

Format: Paperback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781592537990
Publisher: Quarry Books
Illustrations: 300
Size: 8.5 x 10
Weight: 0.06 lb.
Published: Jul. 1, 2012
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Learn how to make 18 stuffed animal projects with original sewing patterns and illustrated instructions with this endearing new guide!

With a complete overview of techniques and materials, How to Make Stuffed Animals shows that making these cuddly creatures is fun, addictive, and much easier than one would think. Anyone who has completed the most basic of sewing projects can master the projects in this book, and these cute creations can be used as decorative objects for the home or as great handmade gifts.

Inside, you’ll find adorable animals like:

- A squirrel holding an acorn

- A grizzly bear

- A raccoon

- A horse

- A bird mobile

- Cute canines

- Furry felines

- And many more

Explore a comprehensive range of animals in a modern and simple style with How to Make Stuffed Animals!

Jennifer Korff, who operates under the moniker Sophik, is a designer, illustrator and photographer. Upon practicing her skills at Moore College of Art and Design when she was young, Jen later attended the Rochester Institute of Technology where she acquired a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree as well as an Associate of Science degree in Photography. View her work at

Sian Keegan is a stuffed-animal maker and freelance designer based in New York City. Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and Uppercase magazines. Visit for more information on Sian
"This book features large photos and full size patterns. (No enlarging!) All projects can be completed with "fat quarters" so you don't need a lot of fabric kicking around. There are 18 projects in all and wait till you see the fox and the fluffy sheep." - Gail Bartel
"Too cute, right? It only gets better. These three-and-a-half-inch pups have 17 pals you can sew, including a little pug, a tiny fluffy sheep and a plaid raccoon. Author Sian Keegan, who's also a textile designer, included all of the patterns at the back of the book, and her simple instructions are accompanied by hand-drawn diagrams (which I often find easier to understand than more technical ones)." - Lisa Fielding
"The projects are all freaking adorable! Each project has step by step instructions and include some pretty detailed illustrations to go with the text. Though the book is about making stuffed animals, some of the projects take this a step further and show different ways for using them such as attaching them to a mobile or turning them into a tree ornament. At the end of the book, all of the patterns are included and require that you photocopy them at 200% and then cut them out." - Tammy Powley
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Chapter 1: Things to Know Before You Make Your Animals





Hand Stitches

Chapter 2: Projects

PROJECT 1: Bunny

PROJECT 2: Narwhal

PROJECT 3: Dachshund

PROJECT 4: Squirrel

PROJECT 5: Deer Cake Topper

PROJECT 6: Spring Deer

PROJECT 7: Grizzly Bear

PROJECT 8: Bulldog

PROJECT 9: Sitting Cat

PROJECT 10: Raccoon


PROJECT 12: Hedgehog Mobile

PROJECT 13: Penguin Holiday Ornament

PROJECT 14: Prize-Winning Pony


PROJECT 16: Mouse

PROJECT 17: Fluffy Sheep

PROJECT 18: Tiger

Chapter 3: Patterns


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