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Updated Pony Plush Pattern by CaveLupa Updated Pony Plush Pattern by CaveLupa
EDIT2:
*Please notice that the seam allowance is not included! I have never tried to turn this plushie around so I have no idea what it will look like.
*Second, I cannot upload a tutorial/description of how to use it since I don't have the time, English knowlegde and technical possibilites (Photoshop) to.
*But if you have any question, you are free to ask, I will try to help you as good as I can :)
*If you change anything about the pattern, you will have to give credit as well! That's just fair.

EDIT: Holy Guacamole... I never expected this to be so popular... Oh my... Almost 500 views and almost 100 favs in 12 hours... I almost fell off my sofa this morning :D Thank you guys so much!!! I didn't make it to the front page, but I thought it would be possible ;)
Anyway, especially since this is so popular: Don't forget to give credit! I worked really hard on this, so be fair! And I'm sharing it with you. I am pretty grateful as well when somebody else helps me with their knowledge, so be fair, please.

My second pony plush pattern as first seen on my Pinkie Filly Plushie: [link] but now, the ears are attached to the pattern ;)

I also gave a basic forelock, mane and tail with it, since the last one didn't have those. BUT I will not offer to make any other mane/tail patterns for you. There are far too many variations to do that. Same goes for eyes and cutie marks.

The inner side of the ear is supposed the be sewn to every half of the body, so you get two ears.

This pattern is far from perfect but it shows how much I've improved since the last one: [link]
If you want, you can use the opened wings shown on the old pattern for this one, too but don't forget to check the proportions first! I didn't add the open wings to this pattern since they didn't change since last time.
Plus, I can work with this pattern very well. That doesn't mean you can do, too but maybe it helps a little.

And whatever you do, be it using this pattern or let it inspire you to make your own: GIVE CREDIT! Do not claim it as your own, link back to here and show me your results, I would love to see! :D

Other plushies made with this pattern:
Rarity: [link]
Derpy: [link]
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CaveLupa Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for using and sending me the link, but please also give credit in the artist's comment, too. Thank you :)
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Alextheponylover Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New member Student Digital Artist
cool! is there an uncolored black and white version? I have a black and white ink printer
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CaveLupa Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
There is only this version, sorry
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Alextheponylover Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member Student Digital Artist
Oh, that's OK.
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LusaBearLikesFries Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hai! I've been wanting to make a pony plushie for a while, but I don't know what fabric to use... Halp pleas?
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CaveLupa Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I made my first plushies with felt, it's cheap, the pieces are small and it comes in many colours. Fleece is more fluffy but comes in less colours and it's only available in bigger pieces. I recommend you going to a store and look for yourself what you like
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LusaBearLikesFries Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! I just wanted to know if there was something specific to look for that would make the plush more...plush... I'm a total noob and I've heard from someone that felt is easier to work with, but is made cheaply. I guess I'll have to experiment on which one I'm more comfortable with. Thanks again :)!
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paine86 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like how you did this and will be attempting a Luna soon with the pattern. I have haveing a bit of a hard time figuring out some parts. Mainly being the piece between the body and horn. I cant figure out what it says. I hope mine will turn out well. Thanks alot for posting this pattern
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CaveLupa Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sorry but I'm not sure what you mean by 'the piece between the body and horn'. But if you scroll through the comments, I have already explained a lot, maybe you'll find something helpful
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