A new set of Ditto transform plushies has been announced at Pokémon center! This new set will feature
Ditto Koffing, Jigglyypuff, Snorlax, Magnemite, and Gloom, and will be available for 1 300 yen. A
larger plush of Ditto Transform Snorlax reversible plush cushion will also be available, for 3 200 yen.
Along with the plush, will be: - Espeon and Umbreon drawstring bags for 800 yen each - Two sets of figures for 300 yen each. Set one will feature Kanto starters, Poliwag, Pikachu each with a Ditto. And set two will feature Gengar, Jigglypuff, Vulpix, Pichu, Raichu each with Ditto again - A hand towel will also be avalable for 540 yen
I made a No-face/Totoro reversible plushie! This is my first ever plushie and I’m pretty happy with it! I was inspired by a really cute tutorial by @maqaroon for a reversible owl/penguin plushie that looked really cute, but it wasn’t nearly nerdy enough for me. The only thing about this plushie that I might change in the future is the fabric. The fabric I used is really fuzzy and it gets EVERYWHERE! Just look at how much of it landed on my clothes! #plushie #plushies #studioghibli #totoro #noface #reversible #cute #craft #kawaii #diy #plush #socks #anime #studiocrafti
[opening image description: a blue and white round kawaii-style penguin and a round brown and white kawaii-style owl, the two sides of the same flip plush toy, against a white background. Two lighter-skinned hands in the middle show the toy, the blue and brown bodies sewn together to form a seam running around the circumference of the toy, in mid-flip. An aqua arrow points from the penguin to the owl, and pink and yellow handwritten text underneath reads “flip plushie”.]
Video Tutorial - Flip Plushie, Maqaroon
This is a tutorial for a flip/reversible plush toy that looks fairly simple to make for those with some crafting experience. It’s more complicated than some of the tutorial videos I’ve posted recently, and does require sewing, but the flip aspect looks sostimmy. I truly want to try this out myself at some point, as I suspect I’d be sitting there just flipping the plush over and over and over.
Because it’s reversible, I don’t think this is best suited for weighting.
There’s no pattern cutting and basic sewing stitches are all that is needed, but small stitches and some awareness of not sewing through the two layers is a must, so I don’t think this is the best beginner tutorial. I’d check out some of the other fluffy sock plush tutorials we’ve posted if you’re new to plushie making–make those first, and then come back to this one.
Fluffy socks in three different colours
Water bottle or soda can to stretch out fabric
Polyester stuffing or cotton wool
Hot glue and glue gun
Needle and thread (basic running or over stitch)
Beads, buttons or black felt for eyes
Felting wool or felt for the beak
Pastel dust or eyeshadow for decoration (not essential)
Tutorial has moderate background music and auto-generated closed captions in English.
I have reversed this palm size plush for my rilakkuma cat series collection from a local shop~~ It seems like the palm size plush for korilakkuma and kiiroitori are popular they don’t have much left. Can’t wait for the arrival of this series in Nov :D
They showed me a new catalog that has not been released.. There is a new sumikko series coming soon. The series is something like hot spring.. similar to one of rilakkuma previous series. (there seems to be a new sumikko gurashi character ;))