Tuesday, December 11, 2012

DIY Stuffed Fleece Penguins

Aren't they the cutest? 
 I'm so in love with them!

I can't take credit for this pattern.  I used a book called Wild and Wonderful Fleece Animals by Linda Carr.  The penguin pattern comes in the book and then I enlarged the pattern to make them much bigger.  I also added the glittery silver ribbons around their neck to make them a little more festive.


They're so adorable on by the fireplace for the holidays!


16 comments :

  1. oh my goodness these guys are SO cute! my daughter would adore these!

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  2. I agree, these are adorable! Nice work, Lisa. And I bet Connor loves them.

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  3. My kids would LOVE these! They look so cute and perfect for the snowy weather.

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  4. oh.my.gosh, you are killing me with this. these are so flipping adorable, i can't take it.

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  5. Super super cute! My sister is obsessed with penguins! I would love to have you share at my party!

    http://www.pincushioncreations.com/2012/12/homemade-by-you-41.html

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  6. Oooh....you beat me too it...I see that you did share them at my party! Thanks...they are just too cute!

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  7. They are so cute! Thank you for sharing, I'm adding that book on my wish list :)

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  8. Love it! They look just like the Happy Feet penguins. You did a great job!

    Valerie- www.occasionallycrafty.blogspot.com

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  9. OMGosh I want them!!! You just amaze me girlie I so wish I could sew and make cool things!

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  10. Those little guys are so ADORABLE! I must find this book for my daughter ASAP. She's so in love w/ Happy Feet right now! Awesome job!

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  11. Oh my goodness! They are absolutely darling!

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  12. They are sooo stinkin' cute!! Thanks for sharing them with us :)

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  13. I love a good penguin!! thank you so much for linking up to our party!!

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  14. I have the same book, but haven't used it yet. Did you use a special needle to get through the material? I thought it was thicker than what I normally use so I was worried.

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