Is this little fawn cute or what? I knew instantly when I started flipping through
this was going to be the first softie I was going to sew.
The patterns and directions to make this retro fawn softie were so easy to work with and follow.
First I made a copy of the patterns from Palm-Size Softies.
All that was left to do was follow the sewing and assembly instructions (see below).
Want to make one yourself? Just click on the retro fawn and pony patterns and get sewing!
If you like this cute softie (or plushie) project and want more awesome designs and patterns, grab a copy of:
Patterns and Ideas for 44 Stuffed Pets and Dolls That Fit in the Palm of Your Hand
by Hitomi Takahashi, Mikiko Matsui, Akemi Tsubo
Packed with more than 40 unique, adorable projects,Palm-Size Softies shows you how easy it is to create some of the most stylish stuffed toys around. Full-color images provide a panoramic view of each critter, and the step-by-step instructions and included templates will make construction of your new friends effortless and quick. Whether you’re searching for a loveable little pup, kitten, bunny, or bear, you’ll find a fun, fast, low-cost craft project that the whole family will enjoy. Easy-to-find materials and distinctive fabrics will give your projects personalities all their own.
Hitomi Takahashi, is the Chief-Editor at Boutique-Sha, a leading craft
publisher in Japan. Hitomi has published books on a variety of craft
subjects. Mikiko Matsui and Akemi Tsubo are staff editors at
Boutique-Sha. They are big fans of small and cute sewn creatures.