1. Body: 1 1/2 yards cream colored sherpa-type fake fur 52 inches wide.
2. Matching thread.
3. Pink embroidery floss.
4. Two 1/2 inch red beads or shank buttons for eyes.
5. 1 lb. polyester stuffing.
1. Enlarge all patterns.
1. Cut the required number of pieces for each pattern piece from fake fur. (1/4-inch seams are
included in pattern.)
2. Pin body pieces right sides together and stitch all the way around, leaving openings where
indicated and clipping at crotch.
3. Turn right side out. Stuff arms and legs.
4. Topstitch from shoulder to underarms and across top of legs to crotch
as indicated by dotted lines on pattern. (This enables arms and legs to
bend.) This may be done by hand if necessary.
5. Continue to stuff trunk and neck.
6. Stitch one side head piece to head back, right sides together, from A
7. Stitch second side head piece to opposite edge of head back from
A to B.
8. Join two side head pieces from B to C. Turn.
9. Embroider nose with pink floss, using all six strands.
10. Stuff head.
11. Turn under raw edge at bottom and pin head in place over neck, pushing down as close to shoulder as possible.
12. With carpet thread (or heavy button thread), hand stitch head to neck securely. Stitching will be hidden in pile of
13. Pin ear pieces right with sides together and stitch around, leaving opening at
bottom as indicated.
14. Turn, but do not stuff ears. Turn under raw edges at bottom.
15. Fold bottom edge of ear in half so that point A meets point B.
16. With heavy thread, stitch ears in place on head. (If your fur is very soft and ears are floppy, you may
wish to line with buckram or heavy Pellon to make them stiff and perky.)
17. Stitch red beads or shank buttons in place securely with heavy thread or nylon fish line.