Catch, catch! We sew a cuddly crocodile
We recommend this little cheerful animal for our youngest. You can even walk it on a lead, and it certainly does not bite!
Size 36 cm
Leftover imitation fur
Leftover leather or imitation leather
Belt buckle, 1 cm wide
1 x upper button
1 x lower button
2 x back parts
2 x abdomen
Lay the leather left side to left side and paint the row of teeth. Sew contours and cut leather. Cut a 3.5 cm wide strip of any length for the collar and the leash. Fold lengthwise and stitch together with narrow edge. Circa Cut 22 cm for the collar, using leftovers for the line. Sew on the snap hooks and stitch the other end to the loop. Work holes into the collar and fasten the buckle.
Position the prongs between the side parts and close the back seam. Stitch together the abdomen parts outside of the transverse lines. Sew the abdomen parts to the back parts according to the pass markings. Close the lower tail seam.
Close all tucks in the head parts. Sew together upper and lower head parts. Leave the transverse lines open on the neck. Sew head to the body according to pass markings (possibly by hand).
Fill the head with craft cotton and sew the eyes and nostrils. To maintain the nasal folds, fix the eyes into the base seam of the lower head part. Stuff the remainder of the crocodile and close the reverse opening.