After nearly 2 months and over 200 hours of hard work, I finally finished my Toothless Plush. It was meant to be a small, quick project, but didn't turn out that way.
Its body and wingspan are about 3 and half feet long. I used Spirit of America's guide on DeviantArt to help make it, although we did some of our own custom patterns for it. We made our own head pattern to make it look more like Toothless' head, and had to do all the back and tail spikes ourselves, plus other stuff.
I like to make videos, so here is a link to the "Making Of" video I made, showing Toothless from beginning to finish, and some side by side comparison shots from the movie.
Other Toothless Plushes I've made:
#2 - [link]
#3 - [link]
#4 - [link]
And was it hand sewn or machine or both? Thanks! I PMed quite a few people that made patterns and a few others and am getting no replies.
Though I do not sell the template yet, so if you wanted to have a go at using one of my templates you could but you would have to wait a little ^=^
The sewing is intermediate level, but it also depends on what material you use, plus the plush is usually little fiddly with the claws, so an alternate could be doing the usual cut out of a line of triangles, or go to nooby-bananas toothless tutorial and you will see how to make 3D claws.
OMG! Must have it!
I want it ! >w< *Hiccup cosplayeur forever XD*
I would really love to get my hands on 2 of those for my kids. But the covering material look abit rough? It is not soft and comfortable enough.
Perhaps there is a softer material fro the kids to be able to hug it during sleep? Like silk material maybe?
If you cannot sell them to me, can I have the designs so that we'll make it a family weekend craft project.
It is possible in the future that these will end up being mass produced. A very low chance, but I am going to try anyway to make it happen.