I have just stared taking my first few tentative babysteps into the world of sewing and plushie-making. It is my goal to one day, after sewing lots and lots of easy starter plushies, make this utterly adorable Mosasaurus,
I bought the fabric already, a lovely cream colored soft fake-fur piece, and am already looking forward to having him perched on my pillow during daytime and hugging the stuffing out of him when I go to bed.
I have the patterns for the Mosasaurus and the fake-fur lying on a shelf in my room and print-outs of your other works taped to my bedroom wall as a reminder: "This is what I am working my way towards. This is what I wish to archive"
This plushie is my Holy Grail, my goal, and one day I will hopefully have the skills and confidence to make it and, dare I even dream it... a raptor and T.rex plushie too *Insert sound of angelic choir here*
- All this is thanks to you, since your shared the patterns for your beautiful dinosaurs and inspire all us would-be-plushie-creators with your hard work and breathtaking plushies. Thank you so much IsisMasshiro ^_^
Well, then I must say that you need a lot of patience and you'll go through "trial and error" experiences. But in the end, it pay off. Ya welcome and it's always jolly to see that people have use these patterns. Have a huggable future. ^^
you right click on the pattern and download it into your computer (were you'll remember were it is)and then you right click it and click edit in paint. and once your in it, you can go to the upper left corner and click images. once that pops up click stretch/skew and if you want it twice as big as a piece of paper, you double the size. once you got it the size you want it, go to the upper left corner and select file and then select print and you can tape the pieces together once their printed.