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Mew Plushie Sewing Pattern

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The Mew pattern is here! Now you can make this floaty cutie for yourself!

PDF file includes:

- Template to make the plush
- Instructions to put it together with color photos
- Does NOT include seam allowance
- Printable eyes for iron-transfer or printing on fabric
- Eye embroidery is sold separately in my shop!

It can be printed on standard printer paper measuring 8.5"x11" or A4 size

Best results with minky.

Finished product measures about 11" tall.

This pattern assumes you have prior knowledge of sewing and may be challenging for beginners.

Difficulty: ***
Key:
* - easy, beginners will have no trouble
** - not as easy for beginners but simple enough
*** - intermediate, need sewing skills
**** - difficult, best if you have prior plush experience
***** - challenging, best if you have good experience making plush/sewing

You may sell what you make, but cannot re-distribute the pattern itself.


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V
V.I.
Loved it!

My friend loved the Mew I made him!

E
E.C.
Awesome

Nicely detailed pattern, easy to follow. Cannot wait to make some plushies with this!

S
S.
Great

Such a cute pattern! And not as tough as I thought it'd be!

J
J.F.
Loved it

Pattern was a little bit harder then expected but I am a new plush maker with lots of previous sewing knowlage and I loved it. Just got done making a shiny mew he is so cute

E
E.R.
Good Tutorial

A very cute pattern, exactly what I was looking for to create my little forest sprite. This is not a pattern for beginners, but the instructions are clear and precise, and overall easy to understand for someone with a moderate level of intermediate sewing experience. I was able to shrink this pattern from a 12 inch plush to about 4 inches with a little trial and error, and it worked nicely. I'll definitely be back for more patterns in future!