Sesame Street/Muppets

Elmo
10 x10 Inches
Cookie Monster
10 x 10 inches
Count von Count
10 x 10 inches
Oscar the Grouch
10 x 10 Inches
Abby Caddaby
10 x 10 Inches
Kermit the Frog
10 x 10 Inches
Dorothy
10 x 10 Inches
Telly
10 x 10 Inches
Miss Piggy
10 x 10 Inches
Herrie
10 x 10 Inches
 ZOE
BERT 
  

15 comments:

  1. Thanks for all these patterns.
    Only the 15th pattern isn't downloadable.

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  2. They are great. Thank you. Is there a download link for Fozzy the Bear too?

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  3. My sweet, sweet, darling Michelle?

    Is there any way I can bribe you to make a block of the Two Headed Monster? Please? Please? Please? I don't know if it would have to be a 2 separate blocks sewn together, but whatever works best....

    because I would love you forever and make little crocheted things in your honor...

    <3 Amber

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  4. These are fantastic!!!! I have made the animal one (well twice because a friend desperately needed a wall hanging for her drummer husband's office after she saw the block) and I have the whole pile printed out. I am so glad you had Honeydew and the Swedish Chef and Rolf posted here, I got the rest from the fandom in stitches page. I can't wait to start my next block!

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  5. I have finished Gonzo and two Animals now and I have two comments: Gonzo has one piece that doesn't work to paperpiece, I think it was K25? I had to sew it to K24 and then add them both together.

    Also, both Gonzo and Animal were very accurately 9 inches finished (9 1/2 with seam allowances) I don't care on size particularly, but it says on the pattern that they are 10 inches finished.

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    1. I will have a look at them both and post amendments if necessary.

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    2. The sizing on both looks OK at my end - just check you have scaling turned off, check your paper size and maybe do a test print to check for size. We have had this problem before and have been unable to solve it. If all else fails just add some extra fabric around the edges as you go so you can cut it to 10 inches.

      I have posted an amended Gonzo pattern with K25 removed.

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  6. How did you do Bunsen's nose? And the two old guys?

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    1. I just hand embroider them, if you don't feel comfortable doing that you can draw them on with a fabric marker.

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  7. Michelle--

    I was looking at the Sesame Street sign pattern to print out and have a question. It's a 10x20, right? Do I need to enlarge some of the pieces to make them the right length?

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    1. My mistake it should be 5 x 10 not 10 x 20 so if you want it 10 by 20 you will have to enlarge. I will change the pattern now. Thank You

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  8. Wow. I believe there were 10 patterns when I last looked at this page. You've been so busy! They all look terrific.

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  9. These patterns are all incredible. Would you consider doing some Suess characters? I would love the Cat in the Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2, the fish, the Lorax, the Grinch, etc.

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    1. I have done the fish and it can be found here

      http://www.fandominstitches.com/2011/05/animatedchildren.html

      There are some others there as well but if there is something specific you want let me know

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