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MLP Laying Pony Plush Tutorial Part 2 by Belle43 MLP Laying Pony Plush Tutorial Part 2 by Belle43
Part 2 of my MLP laying pony plush tutorial! :)


Please DO NOT use this tutorial/Pattern for profit!

Pattern (c) :iconsassysugar:
Tutorial (c) Me
MLP:FiM (c) Hasboro

Part 1: [link]

Pattern: [link]

Ladder Stitch tutorial: [link]

If you use this tutorial please post a link! I'd love to see! :)
and if you have any questions or I didn't explain something clear enough feel free to ask!
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NerdPonyMod Feb 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
this is reat thank you so much i dont have a sewing machine and i hope it will come out good c:
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Belle43 Feb 11, 2014  Student General Artist
You're welcome! I wish you luck! :)
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Sigurdrifa Jan 22, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Great Tutorial, i will try it soon.

But I've got a question:
How do you add the hair? or the cutie mark?
When it's stuffed or before O: ?

(Im not experienced with sewing >.<)
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Belle43 Jan 22, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you! :) 
For the hair you handsew it on using a ladder stitch after the plush has been stuffed. For the cutie mark you can use an iron on transfer, paint, or make one out of fabric and glue it on after it has been stuffed, or if you want to embroider it you would do that before sewing. :)
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Sigurdrifa Jan 23, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
oiii thank you very much for your quick answer :3
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:icontaekeen:
vinyl is so cute  :3
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Belle43 Dec 23, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks :)
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Dark-Lyte Oct 22, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
If this was made out of minky and filled with beans would it be more floppy rather than rigid in the picture? thanks :)
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Belle43 Oct 22, 2013  Student General Artist
It would be yes, but I think this pattern might be too shapely to make a proper beanie. :)
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