How to Make a Plushie on a Cricut | Our EASY "Squishmallow" Dupe!

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Learn how to make a plushie of your favorite animal with easy cutting by your Cricut! I love when my interests combine and today they absolutely do as we learn how to make a plushie with or without a Cricut! I love sewing, Cricut crafting, and the kawaii-inspired characters that influenced our patterns. Alexa and I have sewn many plushies together over the years and, once we got a Cricut, we also figured out how to cut fabric with a Cricut! It does require some machine and hand sewing, so set up your couch caddy! I’ll share the materials you’ll need and everything I learned along the way about using fleece, minky, felt, and fur in a cutting machine!

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* Fleece Fabric – I used a 1/2 yard for the body pieces and an 1/8 yard for the two outer ear pieces, and tail half.
* Minky Fabric – I used an 1/8 yard for the two inner ear pieces, and other tail half –
* Felt Fabric I used small pieces of black and white for the nose and eye pieces –
* Premium Polyester Fiber –
* Sewing Machine –
* Needles –
* Polyester Thread –
* A method to cut your materials — I used the amazing Cricut Maker 3
* Rotary Blade with Housing –
* Cricut Pink FabricGrip Mat, 12″ x 12″ –
* Cricut Washable Fabric Pen –
* Brayer –
* Scissors –
* Handheld rotary cutter –
* Self-healing mat
* Sewing Pins –
* Hand sewing needles to attach the ears
* Embroidery Needles –
* Embroidery Floss –
* Hot Glue Gun –
* Lint Roller –
* Pencil
* Design #451 — My free SVG/PDF/DXF plush pattern design files (available in my free resource library at )

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Introduction: PixelBytes (my child!)
Music: Cute by Bensound (licensed, royalty and copyright free)
Videography: Jennifer Marx on a Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 DSLR 4K camera
Design: A Jennifer Maker original!

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