Yeehar! I’ve finally had the chance to update my Aardvark Sewing Pattern. When I designed Artie, it was before I began doing step-by-step photo tutorials…. soooooooooooo long ago! I have been reworking my older patterns because people have told me that they LOVE how they can “see how my toy patterns come together” with my photo tutorials!
I’m excited to say ~>
this sweet fellow is ready
to go out into the big wide world AGAIN!
What fabrics can you use for a sewing an Aardvark?
Artie can be sewn in most fabrics. The Aardvark pattern will work well in both non-stretch fabrics (like quilting fabrics) as well as stretchy/knit fabrics (like fleece). They will also look good in all sorts of colours and textures…
Just look at
PHOTO CREDITS: ROW 1: Korinas Kreations l Jean Evans l ROW 2: Karen Blackburn l Lori B l Cooks Curious Crafts ROW 3: Korinas Kreations l Elyse Cook l Sue Duffy
ROW 4: Korinas Kreations l Mike l Cathy Stone Reaney ROW 5: Glenda Muchow l Sarah D. l Korinas Kreationsl Heleen Krottje.
AND don’t forget – there IS a photo tutorial?
YES! I have created a step-by-step photo tutorial to show you EXACTLY how to sew my Aardvark pattern – with lots of clever toy making tips and tricks!
As usual, you can access the tutorial using the link in the See-Me-Sew section of the pattern.
(*Please check you typed this link in correctly,
~> or you’ll get an error page! 😱 )
In case you missed the link above – the Aardvark toy pattern is available to download from the website NOW!
Till next time, Happy sewing!
Bye for now