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plush toast keychain tutorial by aiwa-9 plush toast keychain tutorial by aiwa-9
I made this in MS Paint, so it might be a bit pixelated.


This tutorial is made for those ppl who wants to start plushie making in an easy way.

That's why I choose to do a piece of toast XD It's fairly simple & straight forward.

Well...actually, I am planning to start a breakfast keychain plushie series, but school is starting TOMORROW!

So, I don't know when is the next time I can start making plushies again T-T and I probably won't have time to finish the "Nyanko Fries" to go along w/ the Nyanko Burger for the junk food contest either....oh well



EDIT:
Thanks to :iconhanratty-stock: for the DD feature
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Given 2008-09-17
plush toast keychain tutorial by ~aiwa-9 is a fantastic easy to follow tutorial - I made one of these little guys myself and found it a real help for the novice plushie maker. ( Featured by UnicornReality )
:iconsandkitten16:
holeh crap thank you XD i could never figure how to get the eyes sewn on, and i could never figure how the heck to get the little bead chain on there. that little toast you made is so cute~
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:icongwendolinh:
Gwendolinh Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
stumbleupon brought me here. This is super adorable, thanks for making it.
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:icondraweverywhere:
draweverywhere Jul 24, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
YAY!

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:iconcrossglaive:
crossglaive Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the cute tutorial! :love:
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:iconstarshine925:
u embroider on the eyes sooo well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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:icongf00:
This may seem like a silly request since you are so good at sewing and this is a super basic thing, but could you please make a tutorial on how to finish the string and hide it when you are done sewing?

The hardest part I have when I make felt plushies is tying off my string and then trying to conceal the knot at the end.

Also thanks for this great tutorial! It's super super cute ^^
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:iconzombieunicorn41:
Thank you for the awesome tutorial :hug: I used it here [link] :)
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:iconrunningfreely:
Hi! :D
Thank you for that awesome tutorial ^^ I've used i
t for making that toast: [link]
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MagicIpodOfCats Jul 14, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
That looks soo fun to make! :3
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