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#1 of 6 Old 12-08-2006, 04:33 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am attempting to make a felt dog. Anbody have any patterns for making three dimensional felt animals?

This is the dog I want to make, the large terrier. An artist makes them for sale but doesn't sell the pattern.


http://www.soozs.com/page2.htm

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Hi,
I don't have a pattern for a terrier, but there is a pattern for a scotty dog posted on a blog that I used recently. You could probably alter it to suit your needs. Here is the link: http://allsorts.typepad.com/allsorts..._scotty_d.html
I made mine in a little less than an hour and it turned out really cute. Hope this helps!

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Go on the lion brand web site- I am guessing maybewww.lionbrand.com (???) where they have the free patterns and search on animals, or wool animals. i remember getting an e-mail from them about this ages ago- it was really cuite but I did not save it. Wish I could be more help than this!
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this is SO COOL! i have TONS of felt - i had thought about making felt food - but i dont know WHY i never thought of little animals!!! Thanks for the ideas and the links!!
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The book Feltcrafts has a dog pattern that could be blown up to whatever size you are looking for.
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I am attempting to make a felt dog. Anbody have any patterns for making three dimensional felt animals?

This is the dog I want to make, the large terrier. An artist makes them for sale but doesn't sell the pattern.


http://www.soozs.com/page2.htm

Thanks
I recognize these felt animals for sale are made from the same patterns in "Feltcraft".
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