Free pattern softie car "Lincoln continental"
* Blue fleece - 20 cm x 20 cm (8 in x 8 in)
* Green fleece - 50 cm x 50 cm (20 in x 20 in)
* Stuffing - polyfill
Download free sewing pattern here.
Trace and cut out the pattern. (Use the gray lines.) Sew the car inside out. Sew all parts right sides facing.
Start sewing the front window onto the roof. (Sew from a to b, from b to c, from c to d, from a to e and from e to f.) Sew the rear window onto the roof. (Sew from g to h, from h to i and from g to j). Sew the roof with windows onto the upperside of the car. (Sew from k to l, from l to i and then to d, from k to f and then to j and from j to i.)
Sew the grill and the upperside of the car together. (Sew from m to n). Sew the grill to the bottom of the car. (Sew from o to p.) Sew the left side of the car. First sew the bottom of the car. (Sew from m to o and then to r.) Then sew the upperside of the car. (Sew from n to r.) Sew the right side of the car. First sew the bottom of the car. (Sew from n to p and then to q.) Then sew the upperside of the car. (Sew from q to n.)
Sew the back of the car. (Sew from r to q, but don't sew the stuffing opening.) Turn right-side out. Using a stuffing stick, push small amounts of stuffing into the car until the car is firm and even, but not too tight. Hand-sew the stuffing opening closed.
Toys for childeren have to meet strict requirements. Manufacturers should thoroughly test their toys before bringing them to market. Handmade clothing and toys have not been tested and therefore can never guarantee the same level of safety compared to a product which is manufactured in mass production. If you're making toys or clothing by hand for children under the age of three years old, make sure the product does not contain small parts (often reffered to as parts smaller than 3,5 cm/1,4 in diameter) such as buttons. Also use extra strong machine sewing thread.
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