Bat Stuffed Animal Sewing Pattern - Digital Download

$ 9.00

This sewing pattern will help you create an adorable stuffed animal bat friend of your very own. These plush bats feature large ears and cute little faces. Unlike many other bat sewing patterns patterns, these bats are designed to sit up on their own rather than relying on string to hang them.

This pattern is a digital download and is in .PDF format. 

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Included:
Your .PDF download will include the 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. 

There is also a free video tutorial here: https://youtu.be/WasrzwZwofg

You do not need to purchase the pattern to view the video tutorial so if you are worried this project may not be suitable for you, you can watch the tutorial for an idea of what will be involved. 

Size:
Your finished bat will be approximately 6 inches tall, 2.5 inches wide, and have a 12 inch wing span.

Tools and Materials You Will Need:
• Main Fabric - Minky ( 12.5 x 10 in )
• Accent Fabric - Cotton or Minky ( 8.5 x 8 in )
• 1 Pair 9mm Safety Eyes
• Poly-Pellets ( 1/8 Cup )
• Air Soluble Marking Pen 
• Matching Thread
• Stuffing 

+ All other sewing supplies you may need for a regular sewing project including scissors, straight pins, sewing needles, and (optionally) a sewing machine. 

Language:
English  

Skill Level:
Intermediate-Advanced (7/10)
This bat is a moderately difficult sewing project. You should have a comfortable knowledge of plush sewing. Techniques used include stitching in the ditch, sewing opposing curves, top stitching, sewing tiny pieces, and hand sewing. 

Important Info:
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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Tessa
Give it a try!

It's really easy and helpfull (I have no experience with plush making but I sew dress and costume for me and my friends), a nice prodoct to give you an hand to realize a gift for your loved one! Love it~☆

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Brooklyn Mullen
Challenging but worth it!

This was my first time making a stuffed animal and some of the aspects of the plush were a bit challenging. Let me just say that it was worth it! Once you've made one, making more is waaaay easier. Still learning, but having fun doing it!

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Evangelina Tjin-a-joe
Very fun

Very easy to follow, made an adorable bat <3

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Julie St Cyr
Fun project

My granddaughter and I made some bats together and love our little minky friends!! We’re now making some as gifts, personalizing the contrast fabric to match the person’s personality. The only real difficulty we had was with getting the ears on the head correctly. My granddaughter read ahead and saw where the ears get tacted into position as the last step, I would suggest adding an asterisk to the ear step to reference to the last step that way if they look a little wonky at first it won’t cause you stress and time with the seam ripper!🤪 We plan on enlarging the pattern to make different sized bats!! Love the pattern overall!!!

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Julia Middleton
Super cute

My niece loves the one I made for her and I plan to make one for myself soon.