This is the first lesson. Here is PART 2
Just to give you my two cents on patterns:
I share the same views as *BabyLondonStar
(please click on them to read what she has to say about it!)
In the end, I support creativity, and giving out a pattern for free may stifle it.
Do you mean the pic of the girl in the white dress (with her boobs spilling out)? If so, that's Excella Gionne from Resident Evil.
I forgot to mention: I never include seam allowance, so you'll have to add that to your pattern. In case you're not familiar with the term, it's the border around the shape that you use to sew, so that it doesn't shrink it.
What I usually do is I have my pattern and I draw it onto my fabric~ but when I cut, I don't cut directly on the lines: I cut an extra .5cm border around the shape... and then when I sew, I sew directly on the lines I drew.
Also, if your pattern is rather flat (like 2 circles sewn together), the nature of plush which is a 3D object, would give it some depth... so if your circle had a diameter of 5inches but when you stuffed it, you got a depth of 2 inches, your circle would end up 3 inches instead. Does this make sense? It's kind of hard to explain.
Hm...that last part is kinda hard to understand though...:Ua I think I have a general idea, but I'm not entirely sure.
Keep up the good work!
But one question, on the last image of a plushie, she has rather large breasts, how would you make those?
I love your plushies, by the way. If your commissions ever open again, I would so want one!
whos the girl on the very end of the tutorial oAo
is that zafina? OwO
I've been wanting to find a tut on how to make plushies for forever & this is perfect! XD
It's funny I never thought of using maths in pattern making, it's clever! I just drew my ideal plushie and did trial and error ! Shows how intelligence I am.