Sewing the Lulu Llama Pattern from Gingercake


I love sewing llama softie patterns so much, I must be trying to sew them all! Here’s my review of Gingercake’s Lulu Llama sewing pattern. I also have a free llama softie pattern, plus I sewed this llama pattern from Jennifer Jangles too!

I bought a yard of faux rabbit fur for this project (the pattern only calls for 1/2 yard) and that 1 yard of fur has been the gift that keeps on giving! So far I have cut out 1 llama, 5 owls, and a puppy (still coming), and I still have about a fat quarter size left!

Note: the faux rabbit fur from Joanns (it’s so soft!) does have a bit of stretch to it, and the Lulu Llama pattern calls for fur with no stretch at all. I fused some Pellon Shapeflex 101 woven interfacing to the back of my llama pieces, as Virginia suggests, and had no problems at all.

Who can resist a face like this??? I still consider myself a beginner at hand embroidery, so I was glad that Virginia’s instructions were very easy to follow.

For more fun projects like this, check out all my free sewing patterns.

I love the sweet details like cotton fabric inside the ears and tail – and the matching llama blanket.

And I can’t wait for Christmas when my kids get to open up all the toys I’ve been sewing and hiding in my closet!

Did you know that my Katy Doll Pattern is free? Get it here.


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