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Gift - MLP - Apple Fritter (Secret Santa) by mihoyonagi Gift - MLP - Apple Fritter (Secret Santa) by mihoyonagi
An Apple Fritter plush made as a gift for a Secret Santa in Summer project. She's made of fleece, is about 10 inches tall, and is stuffed with polyfil. Her eyes and cutie-mark are iron-on transfer paper. This particular plush is what I refer to as 'soft,' meaning she has no inner wire skeleton. She was meant for a small child, and so I wanted to make sure there were no metal pieces within, and that she was super cuddly and squishy.

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funnybunnypony Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
the hair looks so AWESOME!
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etheerea Aug 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
What a cutie!
It turned out really well!
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:iconmintfresh:
Looking good. This got featured on EqD's latest plushie post too, so that's cool! Makes me hungry though D:
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mihoyonagi Aug 23, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yay! This is, that I know of, my second pony to be featured there. Make me all warm and fuzzy <3
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beanchan Aug 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Did you put the iron-on transfer paper on another fabric before applying it to the pony or attach the paper directly? It looks fantastic, I'm just curious how durable the paper is
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mihoyonagi Aug 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you. And I cut the fleece piece first, then, before it's sewn and stuffed, I iron the eyes and cutie marks on. If you over-stuff the heads or bodies, or if they are just too large, the transfer can get a little bendy in places.
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beanchan Aug 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Interesting. I've never tried ironing onto fleece. I always add the features after stuffing
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:iconthe-pieman:
I remembered one of my favourite lines from season 1, "Apple Brown Betty, the dessert, not my auntie." PRICELESS!
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:iconstalkingotakubro:
dawwww this is adorable :3
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