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Make your own Tonberry pillow to cuddle with
Hey guys! I Made another diy craft you can do for all you Final Fantasy fanatics. Make you own Tonberry pillow by following these steps. Hope you enjoy it! Share to other crafters if you want <3

Posted by RandomActsOfCreations from Los Angeles, California, United States • Published See RandomActsOfCreations's 15 projects »
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  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 1
    Step 1

    Lay a flat circle shape that you're using down on your fleece and trace around it with a marker or some chalk. This will give the perfect Shape of Tonberry's head

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cut around the circle leaving about 1 inch seam allowance

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 3
    Step 3

    Sew along the line keeping in mind to leave some space open to put in the stuffing

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 4
    Step 4

    When you're done, flip the circle right side out. It should look something like this

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 5
    Step 5

    Stuff the circle with as much stuffing as you can. Make sure to fill in all the corners so that its evened out

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 6
    Step 6

    Once that's done, you'll want to to sew the opening close. You can hand stitch this or use a sewing machine

  • How to sew a computer game plushie. Tonberry Pillow Tutorial - Step 7
    Step 7

    Squeeze a tiny amount of crazy glue onto your yellow Pom poms and glue them on top of the circle to finish the pillow. Let each Pom Pom be at least a few inches apart.

    And then you're finished. You've got yourself your own Tonberry pillow. Congrats! Though if it starts moving towards you inch by inch, I can't help you. >.<

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