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Toothless Plush (After adding more stuffing) :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 166 70 Toothless Plush Tutorial: The limbs :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 27 0 Toothless Plush Tutorial: Adding the wings :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 33 2 Toothless' belly :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 10 5 Toothless Plushie is foldable :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 52 18 Toothless chilling on my stagepiano - Sitting pose :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 30 5 Toothless dragon plushie - Side view :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 31 18 Toothless dragon plushie - First picture :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 20 23 Claw tutorial: Making the claws :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 45 5 Toothless Pattern Release: Part 4 :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 180 10 Toothless Pattern Release: Part 3 :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 124 17 Toothless Pattern Release: Part 2 :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 136 7 Toothless Pattern Release: Part 1 :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 203 24 The Toothless pattern is ready :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 53 9 My attempt at the head... pretty bad. :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 4 5 Piece overview :iconprojecttoothless:ProjectToothless 90 8


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Right there. :D I've made a full version prototype from the released pattern and I can say onw thing:
This pattern is indeed a VERY worthy comtender to the title as the most awesome Toothless Pattern, if you ask me.

(Then again, that's just my opinion, and of course I like my own creation... so don't take my word for it)

Try it yourself! THE PATTERN IS RIGHT…

The final specs of the pattern are:
Length: 35-40cm
Wingspan: 60-70cm
Number of parts: 56-64 + detachable tailfin

On to the three D's:
Detail/quality level: Very High
Difficulty level: High (You'll need experience in sewing until I get an easily understandible tutorial online)
Duration Long (expect 8-12 hours of work depending on your type of fabric, luck and skill)

So... was this project a success?
YES! But be the judge of it yourself when I get the pictures of the finished plushie up :)

Will I keep working on it?
Yes! I won't produce any more plushies anytime soon and mine is not for sale...
But as promised, I'll keep adding to the tutorial, so you (Soon) can make your own awesome little Toothless :)

Oh... and the Christmas sketch giveaway is still on. First reply to this journal will get a free $5 sketch
EDIT: Taken by ~Ex-Soldier-Cloud

Merry Christmas ans/or Happy Holidays (Whichever you prefer)



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NeonArt13 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
your pattern is awesome! I've been wanting to make a Toothless pattern myself!
PGwainbenn Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015
Thank you very much for the awesome pattern!
I used it here:
I have one note, though: please note wich part of the legs shows in the direction of the body and which part to the foot. I messed up the hind legs, before I figured it out ;)
windspiel Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015
Thanks for the awesome pattern! In case you're still interested/looking for pics of your pattern realized by other people, here is my version… I used a synthetic suede that had a a random pattern of shiny "patches" which reminded me of toothless' scales. The eyes are embroidered and the nose area has been slightly modified from your original pattern. Again, thank you! I think you did a great job with this pattern.
le-letha Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hello! First, thank you for posting this pattern! It was a real adventure and a challene - I've never made a plushie before. The legs threw me a bit, but I got them to work in the end (I think).

I used black vinyl, because it feels the way I think Toothless' skin would feel like, rather than something fluffier and more fabric-like, and sewed him together by hand. (I don't do enough sewing to have a sewing machine. They're expensive; I'd rather buy more books. ...most purchases in my life get run through that equation.)

You can see it here:…. I mentioned your dA ID and included a link to your page, but I'm not sure if it registered with the system as a 'mention' that you'd be notified of. So here I am.

Thanks again!

mookeybrain Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015
I'm definitely going to try this! I'll link back a picture when I'm finished, giving proper credit, of course :)
I'm making one of my own too. but i'm a little confused, how do the upper and lower parts of the legs fit together?
ludwigrulez Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've always wanted to have a Toothless plush, but the world was all, NOPE.

And official toys are ugly.

No one on DA sells their plushies.

But then I come across here, and this is just so perfect. :iconohjoyplz:

I'm making one ASAP!!

It'll also help me with my plush-making skills, I plan on making a plush of Prince Dreambert. :D
Rach98 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i finally finnished my baby toothless, you can find it here if you want to have a look -->… <--
Thank you so much :)
melpk Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Fantastic pattern. With Ikea furniture, you often finish with extra parts left over - and I did the same with part Y. Oops! But otherwise, Toothless looks great, and he's a great size for conserving stuffing for other projects. Judging by the number of episodes of Downton Abbey I watched while making it, it took me 21 hours to finish (wow - a lot for such a small plushie). Thanks for providing the pattern for free! Here is my final result: [link]
starYoshi14 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
your plush is so adorabel what kind of stuffing did you use to make him poseabel (sorry for the bad english I'm danish)
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