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MLP_FiM-like Plushie MARE by Meliadhor MLP_FiM-like Plushie MARE by Meliadhor
>>>EDIT<<<
Selling stuff on e-bay? BE A PAL AND PUT A LINK TO THE FREE PATTERN ON YOUR AUCTION so that people at least get a chance of making themselves a plushie for free if they can't afford it!

Used this? SHOW ME THE RESULTS!
>>>O<<<

First of all, I'd like to thank Janice :iconanthropochick: as it was her work, the Leathercraft Pony that reminded me just how awesome (and time consuming) handmade plushies are. The "That's a really awesome pony, I want one too" feeling I had while looking at her work was what forced me to get back, after a over 10 year long break, to plushie making. Thank you!


A4 page, print, paste on cardboard (grid paper, make sure the large squares are 1cm(2) in size) cut & use to make your ponies. Safety edge of about 3 to 2 mm included. Note, the finished toy is about 12 cm tall, so pulling the material inside-out WILL be hard and some materials WILL tear. Works OK with leather & linen, you may have to add extra 2 mm for cotton or wool.

FOR SEWING INSTRUCTIONS please refer to this page [link] featuring scanned instructions for pony\puppy plushies.

FOR WIP PHOTOS AND GENERAL TIPS\INFO try the ponychan thread [link]

Note, I'm usually modifying the main pattern as I go, you may need to add some stuff there, the (sorta) blue rectangles at the end of pony hooves are something like that, basically a 1cm extension that you may wish to keep if you want to GLUE the round hoof part B_03

PARTS: B_01 = outer body, B_02 = inner body (belly), B_03 hoof (sole?), H_01: A = head used for Raggedy Mare, B = Applejack, C (in blue ink) = WIP for stallions, H_02 = face\forehead etc, E = ear.
Example bodies: Wing pattern by :iconshauntinasha: IF YOU HAVE A HORN PATTERN OR FAQ - PLEASE SHARE IT!

Finished toys made by me are around 12 x 5 cm \ 4.7 x 2 inch, about the size of a human hand.

If you make any major changes POST THEM (sorta like this) so that others may use them too. Also, you used this? Show me the results! I'll be happy to see them!

If you have any questions regarding the pattern feel free to ask them.

THIS IS A FREE PONY PATTERN AND IS TO REMAIN FREE OF CHARGE, THE IDEA BEHIND THIS IS SO THAT EVERYONE COULD MAKE A PONY FOR ONESELF FOR FREE, ANY AND ALL COMMERCIAL USE WILL RESULT IN YOU ENDING UP ON ONE OF THE MOONS OF JUPITER.

MLP:FiM (C) Hasbro, this is but a fanmade pattern showing a vague resemblance to the actual Hasbro-made plushies.
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StarHeartCustoms Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Don't you think you should make the legs a tad bit chubbier?
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Gosiak5 Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Hobbyist
Hej, wiem że jesteś z Polski, więc postanowiłam pisać po Polsku.
Nigdy nie robiłam pluszaków, i dopiero chce zacząć, więc mam pytanie: Skoro on już ma ciałko razem z kopytami, to po co mu znowu nogi O.o ? 
Pozdrawiam :) 
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Lillsworld Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I am considering using this pattern for a pony plush (which I've been wanting), and I would like to recommend a horn pattern I found while working on a vinyl scratch cosplay. You may need to play around with size, but I found it to be quite handy www.instructables.com/id/Make-…
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waterseasun3 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank You for your patterns.
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andrevus Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013
My question is the following :

What's the size of the paper the pattern is drawn on?

The plushie i want to make using this is larger than 12x5 so i presume i should ask for a larger print of the pattern.
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andrevus Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013
I mean i see that it's an A4, but the actual "canvas" part is smaller than the paper.
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castlemaid Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh and may I ask why one of the moons of Jupiter, shouldn't Saturn and Uranus receive some love.
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castlemaid Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think a horn would just be a triangle shape and a sphere put together into a cone, and then stuffed by itself so it can stay upright. Then sew it in/on.
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ronibrat99 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013
what is the surfboard looking piece for?
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Geckonator Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm pretty sure that's for the top of the head. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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