How to Make a Plushie?

Planning and making your own stuffed toy is a pleasant venture and an incredible way of rehearsing some fundamental sewing abilities like sewing bent creases, making facings, utilizing fusible interfacing, and following a basic example. If you keep the state of the body basic, this sort of animal is a genuinely simple undertaking.

First of all: you wanted to pick your Plushie toy plan. The best spot to begin is the picture library on Cricut Design Space. It's overflowing with pictures in basically any shape you could need – and it synchronizes to the Cricut Maker. So there's no compelling reason to alter the picture about transferring it. Victor! For my Plushie toy, I chose a basic (yet very cool) dinosaur shape.

Utilize the forming apparatus in Cricut Design Space to guarantee that you only have the framework of your shape chosen. To do this, add the picture to the material. Then, at that point, click the "form" instrument (underneath the task layers on the right). Select the layout of your picture, and ensure that some other subtleties are unselected.

Burden up your Cricut Maker, prepared for cutting texture. You'll have to introduce the Rotary Blade instrument and stick your texture to a Cricut Fabric Mat. Utilize a brayer to carry out any knocks or kinks in the texture.

Follow the on-screen steps to remove your rich toy shapes. You'll have to remove two cotton pieces: one for the front; one for the back. Ensure you print one of them in reverse (or flip the texture over on the mat)!

Cautiously eliminate the texture from your mat.

If you are adding any subtleties, this is the time to cut them.

Sew the Plushie toy together.