Funky Friends Factory - Doll & Stuffed Toy Sewing Patterns.

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    Labrador sewing pattern

Lucky the Labrador INSTANT DOWNLOAD Sewing Pattern PDF

Finished Size: 30cm(12inches) tall, 38cm(15inches) long, nose to tail!

Lucky the Labrador is a bouncy, fun-loving pup. He’s so cute you’ll want to make a
lovable and loyal companion for everyone who has a Labrador or can’t have one!
He’s got a lot of pieces so I wouldn’t recommend this pattern for beginners but if
you really want one, I’m not going to stop you - everyone needs their own PUPPY!

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Instant DOWNLOAD Toy Sewing Pattern includes:

  • Ready to print, FULL-SIZE pattern (print at 100% - no need to resize!)
  • A colour picture of the completed Funky Friend toy
  • A full list of material requirements
  • Layout diagram
  • Link to an online photo tutorial with step-by-step photos.
  • Easy to follow instructions

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I sewed my Labrador pup with quilting cottons but you can also use knit/stretchy fabrics.

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Love the sew alongs and the patterns Review by Nancy
Love these patterns and being able to download them. (Posted on 9/27/2019)
Great instructions Review by Kim
I wouldn't suggest doing this as your first toy as a beginner. If you've done a couple already though you will be able to do it especially with the easy to follow and clear photo tutorial. (Posted on 8/12/2017)
Labrador Review by Bernie
I made the Labrador pup as a present for my daughter who has a chocolate labradoodle puppy. I have made up several of your patterns and have to be honest and say that I sewed him without referring to the instructions much at all. Well designed and easy to put together.I made him out of a dark chocolate fur fabric and I was surprised at how quickly he went together. Very authentic and another great pattern. (Posted on 8/11/2017)