Jan 1, 2009

Ferret pattern

Here are patterns of ferret.

I have no energy to explain the process in detail.

Usually, animal making has common method.
These pages will be useful about sewing, stuffing, or trimming.
Dachshund and Ragdoll kitten.

If you have done it fine, please post its picture on my guest board.
And answer other people's question about making.



19 comments:

Rachel said...

I'm excited about this! That ferret is RIDICULOUS cute! I'll be linking as well.

Mrs. G said...

Oh my gosh! I will HAVE to make this cute little guy (or girl) - my little fuzzy (Houdini) needs a new plush toy! Thanks for posting this!

Mom2fur said...

How cute is that! And it probably doesn't leave poop everywhere like my two furbabies do!

Sarah said...

Oh my gosh, thank you SO much!!! I will be getting fabric to make a mini Rufus and Bailey right away! I'm so glad that you provided the patterns!!!

Flash said...

Well, you are certainly FULL of yourself, aren't you. I have never come across a bloggers page that proudly announced they were too lazy to explain.

Why bother posting it?

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! thanks for posting. I know you don't want to tell us how to do it, but how did you do the mask? it confuses me.

Anonymous said...

Does this particular ferret pattern ferret have a name? Like, my mother made a special sock ferret named Stuffy, and her mom sister named a dog design Morgy.
(I suggest Slinky! Ha ha)

Ani said...

Just found this. I love all your animal patterns but a ferret is too cool :). I'm thinking of making this for a friend of mine who loves these guys to show her my thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! ^^ maybe I will do it at last!!!

Kitty said...

I'm not really sure if you read any of these comments, but could you explain the process, like, what do all the letters mean?

Lindsay said...

i made the ferret friend. :) if you would like to see it, click on the link.


http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d44/cosmofan70/ferret.jpg

Katelin said...

Your plush ferret is so wonderfully made; it's the best handmade one I've seen since I started searching. I decided to make one because albino plush ferrets are simply impossible to find, and my ferret was albino. I want a plush that looks like him. I hope I can put your pattern to good use!

Ferret Lover said...

I love this pattern! But I really wish that you could show me how to do it, because I have no idea how to do this. I really really reeeeeally want to make this cute little ferret! :)

Anonymous said...

This is amazing! **
No, wait, you're amazing XD Anyway I'm starting it :) Thank you very much for this pattern!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this pattern! While I wish you would post the instructions on how to make this, I bet that I could modify it to make a fire ferret/Pabu plushie (half ferret/half red panda)! :D

Anonymous said...

Thanks again! I was able to alter your pattern to create a Pabu plushie. He's the fire ferret (half ferret/half red panda) from The Legend of Korra (the sequel series to Avatar: The Last Airbender). Come see him here!

http://freespirit81.deviantart.com/#/d5kwx8z

Anonymous said...

For the commenters who think this blogger is "too lazy" to post instructions...

1] She has already mentioned on this page that her English skills aren't all that

2] She has a large website with full-scale tutorials on her MASSIVE collection of doll creations, doll clothing, and stuffed animal designs. Although the ferret isn't featured there as a step-by-step, following the dachshund tutorial will easily assist anyone with basic machine/hand sewing skill with making this darling project.

ta,
Multimedea

Anonymous said...

Thank you very very very much for this pattern! I am super excited to try this out! Thank you for being very generous to share this wonderful pattern! I really want to make Gwin from the Inkheart Trilogy. I think I might save up and buy some nice Faux Fur for this one (except it is expensive)! Thank you for all the time and patience you have put into your projects and being so kind to share your patterns, you made my day!

Trinity

Anonymous said...

P.S. Yes I know that Gwin from Inkheart is a marten!