So many Pokemon have risen to the top of my pattern poll! So here we go on the next one — it’s Mew! The last Pokemon of the first generation. This adorable legendary Pokemon has a tiny body with big feet and a fun wavy tail. It would be a perfect chance to use some wire in the tail so it’s posable. So there are actually two shapes for the tail, a wavy one that works best without wire, and a straight one that is easier for inserting wire.
This pattern has decent amount of darts in the head and body as well as some tricky curves in the legs. You’ll need to work carefully to line up the points around the legs. The feet also have needle sculpting to create the little toes With all that in mind, I rated it a 4/10.
As always, the pattern comes with applique templates to make the face details. These will work if you’re sewing the details by regular machine or by hand. If you have an embroidery machine, you’ll find the embroidery files available for download here or with the buttons below. It includes the eyes as well as the foot pads for the feet. Meanwhile the feet and arms can also be sewn in the hoop.
I hope you all like it, and thank you to everyone that voted for it! I’m so excited to be making more Pokemon!
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