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Backpack Coyote Pattern

Backpack Coyote Pattern

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Published by Rebekah
Complete pattern and instructions for sewing a homemade plush coyote toy. Includes color photos of the finished product. This pattern is an original design by R.M. Hendershot, and while I don't mind you making your own plush coyotes, please credit me if you choose to sell them: "Pattern by R.M. Hendershot / http://TheMasksBlog.blogspot.com." Visit my blog for more crafts, creativity, and the lowdown on the original novel that inspired me to create the Backpack Coyote!
Complete pattern and instructions for sewing a homemade plush coyote toy. Includes color photos of the finished product. This pattern is an original design by R.M. Hendershot, and while I don't mind you making your own plush coyotes, please credit me if you choose to sell them: "Pattern by R.M. Hendershot / http://TheMasksBlog.blogspot.com." Visit my blog for more crafts, creativity, and the lowdown on the original novel that inspired me to create the Backpack Coyote!

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Published by: Rebekah on Mar 28, 2010
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THE BACKPACK COYOTEBy RMHYOU WILL NEED:
I originally designed this leggy fellow as a pocket coyote” based on a bean
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 bag toy, but he grew alittle as I adjusted the pattern, so now he fits neatly in a small backpack or messenger bag.
¼ yard gray fabric (fleece is good)¼ yard tan fabric (again, fleece is good)Black fabric (fleece is good
—I used a remnant about the size of a handkerchief)
StuffingNeedle, straight pins, and threadBean bag (optional)
I used several homemade bean bags made out of muslin and 8 ounces of 
cheap, tiny plastic beads.Eye and nose materials—
either fleece or felt scraps or prefabricated plastic eyes and nose.

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