Beginner Bat Stuffed Animal Sewing Pattern - Digital Download
Now beginning sewists can enjoy wonderful bat plushies with this sewing pattern. This pattern will help you create your own stuffed animal bat. The bat is made to look similar to my regular bat pattern, but with much more simple shapes.
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Your .PDF download will include the beginner bat pattern itself, printing instructions, suggested cutting layouts, 2 pages of sewing tips, and a step by step written tutorial along with accompanying full color photographs to help you complete your project.
The pattern includes both a 1/4 inch seam allowance and the exact sewing lines.
Your finished bat will measure approximately 5.5 inches tall with a 11.5 inch wingspan.
Tools and Materials You Will Need:
• Dark Brown Minky (13 x 10.5 in)
• Light Brown Minky (8.5 x 7 in)
• 1 Pair 9mm Safety Eyes
• 1 9mm Safety Nose
• Air Soluble Pen (Optional)
• Matching Thread
This is a pattern that is appropriate for beginners. The most difficult parts will be sewing opposing curves. You will only need a basic knowledge of sewing.
You are free to sell items created with this pattern provided that you credit the pattern to BeeZeeArt. A link back to my site (www.BeeZeeArt.com) is greatly appreciated. You may not, under any circumstances, redistribute, sell, or otherwise claim this pattern, including associated photos, as your own.
You are purchasing a digital sewing pattern in .PDF format. This is not a finished product, a kit, or a printed pattern. No physical products will be sent to you. There are no refunds. Please purchase accordingly.
Feel free to message me if you have any further questions.
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This pattern is really good for beginners I am a more average sewer. I sewed this with handsewing and it came out looking really good. The eyes are a bit wonky but I think that with a few more practices I can nail it :).
Using Minky helps with the stretch needed to turn the bat inside out. Easy pattern. The hardest part was putting the plastic eyes through the minky
I bought this for my daughter who is a beginner. She came back to me really stressed about the wings. The photos and instructions show a real lack of remembering the hand holding needed from the author. They are completely different sizes. If they have any intentions of being a decent instruction then say how a beginner deals with size difference and which stitch as is for that job. Beginner bat was too hard for any beginner and has no video to help. Referred to complicated bat. Really awful help and instructions. DO NOT BUY
Sorry to hear you are unhappy with the pattern. I have no record of an email from the email on this order asking for assistance, so I can't refer back to that, but I apologize if you found my assistance lacking. The specific area your daughter seemed stuck on uses a technique called sewing opposing curves. As stated in the listing description, this is the most difficult part of this pattern. The wing is concave while the body is convex, so the wing fabric must be adjusted to match the curve of the belly. There are many tutorials for this online (I like this tutorial personally because it offers multiple techniques to achieve the same goal http://sweetbriarsisters.com/blog/sew-opposing-curves/) I also use the exact same technique in the more complex bat pattern video, the wing is even the exact same pattern piece, and you can see the time stamp for that specific step in the video here: https://youtu.be/WasrzwZwofg?t=673
I know you said you did not find any of this to be of any help, but I include it here so that others may see it.