Friendly Stuffed Crocodile FREE Sewing Pattern and Tutorial

Stuffed Crocodile FREE Sewing Pattern

Friendly Stuffed Crocodile FREE Sewing Pattern and Tutorial

Meet this friendly Mr. Croc. He’s playful rather than predatory, so there’s no need to be afraid to give him a try. You’ll find him extremely huggable with a great sense of humor… except when it comes to jokes involving pirates and lost boys. 

What you'll need:

  • ½ yard of 60″+ fleece with a texture dot pattern for the top of the croc (body and feet)
  • ½ yard of 60″ solid fleece for the bottom of the croc (body and feet)
  • One 8 – 12oz bag of Poly-Fil® 100% Polyester Supreme Fiberfill
  • 1 yard of extra-large rick rack in white for the teeth
  • ½ yard of jumbo rick rack in green for the spin. NOTE: Rick rack is measured in different ways by different manufacturers. For the the teeth, you need a rick rack that is ½” in the width of the trim itself, which means the total height of the “wave” is a full 1″. This way, when you stitch down the center of the rick rack with a ½ seam, the bottom of the wave will be revealed to form the teeth. For the spine, you need an even wider trim: 1″ in trim width for 2″ in total wave height. The Ribbon Retreat offers a good selection.
  • Two ⅜ – ½” black buttons for eyes
  • Small scrap of heavy white felt for the eyes, a 4″ x 4″ square would be plenty
  • All purpose thread to match fabrics
  • All purpose thread in white to stitch eyes
  • All purpose thread in black to stitch nose
  • See-through ruler
  • Fabric pencil
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Scissors or rotary cutter and mat
  • Seam gauge
  • Seam ripper
  • Straight pins
  • Hand sewing needle
  • Sewing Machine and standard presser foot

You might want to check this Sea Turtle Sofie FREE Sewing Pattern.

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