Two-by-Two: Noah’s Ark Animals Soft Toy Sewing Patterns
This is a children’s sewing pattern PDF (not the finished animals) for a set of soft toy sewing patterns that also make great sensory toys for kids.
Easy to sew these Noah’s Ark animals like to live in the pocket on the Two-by-Two dress.
The animal plushies can be made in my exclusive Two-by-Two fabric from Spoonflower – see fabric buying info on the details tab.
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Features for your Sensory Child
- The animals are soft, squidgy, tactile and washable.
Beginner: This pattern is suitable for someone who wants to start a first project.
For more details click on the ‘Details’ and ‘Tech Specs’ tabs.
The plushies are in the region of 15 cm tall or wide.
They can be made using a fat quarter of printed fabric (any fabric choice) from Ruth Maddock Makes shop at Spoonflower.com
OR Oddments of fabric for each of the animals.
You will also need:
Oddments of ribbon for the giraffe and small quantity of knitting wool for the lion and a small amount of stuffing.
Sewing kit and basic sewing machine.
Ball Point (for Jersey) sewing machine needles — change these needles frequently.
Fine line vanishing fabric marker.
The Paper Sewing Pattern includes making instructions leaflet and will be sent by post – P&P will be added at checkout.
The digital download will be sent to your inbox immediately after payment.
You will receive a zipped file
(you can google instructions for opening zipped files on your MAC or PC.)
The zipped file contains 3 PDF files – these are;
1) The pattern in PDF format. You can print this in US Letter size or A4 paper size. You will need to stick the pieces of pattern together.
2) The pattern in A1 or A0 size . This can be printed in Black and White at your local or online copyshop. You wont need to stick the pattern together as it will be printed on one sheet.
3) The Making Instructions which comprise of complete photographic instructions to make the garment. This can also be printed in US Letter size or A4 paper size.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open the pattern files.
A1/A0 pattern can be printed (in the UK) HERE