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Wolf Plush Pattern by Icoria Wolf Plush Pattern by Icoria
A little plush pattern I decided to make... If you choose to use it, it is free to use, but please credit me and show me the finished product because I would be very interested to see what it looks like, as I will not make a pattern of this till probably next weekend or later.

The next plush I will make after the one I am currently working on will be a dragon. Practice practice practice so you can get there right? ^.^

art/pattern (c) me

EDIT: I am improving this one so please do not use it yet until the refurbished on is uploaded in place of this and I have shown you the finished product.
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k9krazy2400 Mar 15, 2014  New member
Are you planning on uploading the finished product anytime soon?
Icoria Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Probably not. I should probably delete this post :P
Has anyone tested this pattern? anyone refined it?
Icoria Feb 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No they haven't unfortunately. To be honest, I think I should take this down, as, it probably isn't very good. It was more a doodle than a professional pattern.
Coilekxais Dec 29, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
This is the best Wolfie pattern i can find, will be using this today! :3
Glacialwolf13 Jul 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
did anyone send you a link to the finished pattern, if so can i see
Icoria Jul 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No they haven't yet, I'm sorry :P. But Later I want to try to make a better pattern, as I know that the pattern here probably won't turn out well.
I've been looking for something like this for hours! I may make a pose-able wolf ^^ idk yet. If i do I'll make the legs straight and tail too, I'll try to take a pic of the finished piece on my deviants so i'll let u know when it's done!! ^^
Icoria Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Just to let you know though, I've never tested this and it may not turn out so well!
I admire your ambition, and your artwork is great, but from my experience, this pattern looks like it would have Very skinny legs, and the 'waist' might be a bit too spindly. You need to allow for the 3dness of the finished figure, and seam allowances, hence legs should look kind of chubby in the pattern, but once they're sewn together, will be the right thickness. And the paws, the top and the soles can't be the same shape, or you will just get a flying saucer kind of shape, unless you intend to squidge it up and needle sculpt it into shape, that might work. You'd also need some darts in the 'armpits', front and back, else the legs will splay out sideways. I don't know how old you are, but it's a good start to a great design. I speak from experience, I designed my first soft toy pattern when I was about 12!
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