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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 04-2009-149 (Elephant)

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Posted on:8/3/13 10:45 PM
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missyyz said... (8/7/13 6:38 PM) Reply
Adorable. Love the way it came together, and love the "Burberry" style print... Another perhaps in a pink Chanel herringbone ? lol.... Great work...
renren said... (8/7/13 11:25 AM) Reply
I should explain the instructions are not actually poor but rather extremely concise. But not concise in a good way, concise in a way you might have to make a couple of guesses. Thanks for the comments, everyone.
Margaret said... (8/6/13 11:33 AM) Reply
So cute! I'm glad it all came together despite the poor instructions... great work!
21wale said... (8/4/13 8:08 PM) Reply
Adorable! I love elephants.
butterflyfly said... (8/4/13 7:38 PM) Reply
So cute!!! Love the elephant!
Jrhee said... (8/4/13 5:08 PM) Reply
I don't normally comment on stuffies, but this one is just too cute!
sunnysewing said... (8/4/13 10:33 AM) Reply
Love it! He is so cute. Even though the directions were poor you did an amazing job
FreyaStark said... (8/4/13 2:49 AM) Reply
Very nice. Elephants are one of my favourite animals, along with camels and other exotic species I've met on my travels. You will have to call him Burberry because that fabric is a close copy of Burberry's distinctive plaid, used to line its famous trench coats.
loti said... (8/4/13 1:37 AM) Reply
OMG, Burberry will be contacting you for production. So cute.
MysteryMe said... (8/3/13 11:00 PM) Reply
Very Cute!
grays08 said... (8/3/13 10:50 PM) Reply
Too cute! You are brave - I can't imagine the instructions for something like this! Bravo, great job!
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