Stingray Stuffed Animal Sewing Pattern - Digital DownloadBeeZeeArt
Create your own fantastic stingray plush with this digital sewing pattern! Quick, easy, and fun, this is the perfect pattern for beginners as well as more advanced sewists. You'll be creating an army of cute, snugly stingrays in no time.
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My stingray pattern with written instructions and accompanying photographs. The pattern includes 1/4 of an inch seam allowance as well as showing exact sewing lines. There is also a cutting guide to help you lay out your pattern pieces within the fabric dimensions I suggest. This download is available instantly and is in PDF format.
Your finished stingray will measure approximately 5 inches long (11inches including tail) and 10.5 inches at the widest point of its fins.
Tools and Materials:
• White Minky (11.5 x 11.5 in)
• Blue Minky (9 x 12.5 in)
• 1 Pair 9mm Safety Eyes
• Air Soluble Marking Pen (optional)
• Matching Thread
• Stuffing / Stuffing Tool
• Sewing Needle / Sewing Machine
This stingray is very easy to create. It requires only basic knowledge of plush sewing. Specific skills used include top sewing and that is the trickiest part, making this pattern appropriate for beginners.
You are free to sell items created with this pattern provided that you credit the pattern to BeeZeeArt. A link back to my site (http://www.beezeeart.com) is greatly appreciated. You may not, under any circumstances, redistribute, sell, or otherwise claim this pattern, including associated photos, as your own.
I DO NOT offer refunds on digital downloads so please purchase accordingly.
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Great for my eight and eleven year old beginners
Great pattern easy to read. I instantly received this pattern.
Would definitely go back for more.
A great pattern, which lends itself to being enlarged or shrunk to make different sized Stingrays.
I made this pattern for my granddaughter's room to be hung from the ceiling and it was great. Very easy. I added some iron on interfacing to make the tail and wings stiff so they wouldn't flop when hanging.