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Umbreon Plush Pattern by shazy Umbreon Plush Pattern by shazy
THIS PATTERN IS FREE TO USE. Please do NOT sell or repost it anywhere!!

Just a word of warning, i have not tested this tutorial, there may be slight issues with the sizes of the pieces. These are the correct shapes, but feel free to change the size of each piece how you see fit.

The pattern for this plush

The pattern is for normal umbreon. To make shiny umbreon, just change the black to grey, the yellow to blue and the red to yellow^^ (dont change the eye pupil to grey)

Requested by :iconkaia-anevay:

I wont be making a tutorial to go with this, but here is a basic step by step to help:

Note: Leave a 1cm border around each piece when you cut the shapes out.

1. Cut the head pieces and sew them together along side A

2. Cut the ear pieces and sew each ear along the outside, leaving the gap where the green line is. Turn inside out and stuff the ears via this hole.

3. Pin the stuffed ears to the INSIDE of the (now joined) head pieces where the green lines are. Now line up side B of the second head piece with both Side B's of the first and sew, making sure the ears are on the inside. This might be difficult as the ears are stuffed. If so, sew as much as you can, then turn inside out, stuff the head, and finish the stitching from the outside. This finishes the head.

4. Cut the body pieces and sew both top pieces to the bottom along side C (one on each side). Do not sew where the orange line is, this is the neck hole, you'll need it to turn inside out.

5. Cut the tail pieces and sew them together along the rim, leaving the gap where the blue line is. Turn inside out, stuff.

6. Pin the tail to both side D's where the blue line is, making sure it is pointing INSIDE. Sew both side D's together. Turn the body inside out and stuff. At this stage, you might want to fill the body with beans to weight it.

7. Sew the head to the neck, making sure there is enough stuffing to support it so it isnt floppy. Now you have your base.

8. Cut out the eye shapes and sew the black pupils to the red shapes. Then pin the eyes to the head how you want them, and sew them on. Do the same with the yellow rings on umbreons forehead, shoulders and legs.

9. Cut the long yellow pieces and pin them around umbreons ears and tail. You may need the adjust the length of the piece depending on the width of the tail/ears. Sew them down.

10. As a finishing touch, stitch a little black nose to umbreon, just with thread overlapping, and give him paws by sewing through the stuffed ends of his arms and legs along the dotted lines. If you like, you can also give him shine to his eyes by cutting white circles of material and sewing them to his eyes. See my plush for an example.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you use it^^

and i used :iconrenegar-kitsune:'s jolteon plush pattern to help with the head for umbreon, so that is why there is credit to them.
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Hiraelle Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2014
Hey, thank you for the pattern ^^ I made a plush with it, it's here if you wanna see :…
Kirsui Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Student General Artist
Oh wow! This looks fantastic! I definitely have to try this out when I have more time for sewing! 8D

Thank you so much for sharing these patterns. :dance:
tailsiefox Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014
Super helpful, thanks. Pikachu Running 
shazy Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
np hope it works for you
tailsiefox Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014
Thanks. Pikachu Running 
charbycharby Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014
How do you enlarge it so that a bigger plush can be made?
shazy Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Im not really sure but I dont see why it wouldnt work if you just upscaled the image and printed it bigger or printed it across several sheets and stuck the pieces together etc
EnchantedMelodies Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've been looking for a tutorial like this for ages! I've started an umbreon but i've also used this to make a dog plush (hope you don't mind.)
shazy Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
not a problem ^^ glad it helps, show me the results!
EnchantedMelodies Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
also, i used a spare sheet of fabric for the umbreon but I'm not sure how much i should get when I buy more fabric. I get them in A4 sheets. Do you have any suggestions?
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