Hello ... do you have a sweet tooth? No? Would you like one? ^__^
This project has been on my list for quite a while, but last night I finally decided that I couldn't wait any longer and quickly whipped up this little fella with 100% stash items. Huzzah! ^__^
This wide eyed smile is calculated for maximum cuteness level, so I know you'll all want one of your own ~__^
So I made a pattern for you! Yay! ^__^ Click on the image above to download the .pdf from my Google Drive (and, as always, let me know if you have any problems! ^__^)
To make your own sweet tooth plushie, you'll need;
- white fabric (I used some new jersey that for some unknown reason I had in my craft stash, you could also use cotton, fleece, felt, an old t-shirt ... anything really!). The pattern is sized to print on an A4 page, if you make it that size, you'll need about half a meter of fabric.
- black and red fabric scraps. You only need a very small amount of fabric to make the face. I used felt because it doesn't fray ^__^
- toy stuffing
- white, black, and red threads
- sewing machine. This is probably optional, but I find sewing plushies much easier with a machine, because the seams are much less likely to come undone.
Then all you have to do is cut out two tooth shapes from your white fabric, sew them together (leaving a gap in the seam), turn it inside out, stuff, and then add the face! You could also add the face on first, if you're not forgetful like me ~__^
Yay! I hope you like this little sweetie ^__^ And if you make one for yourself, I'd love to see!
- Lisa xx