Fluttershy And Nightmare Moon Plush Hair Guide1- Choose your fabric. For Fluttershy, I would use a pink satin, or fleece if you don't trust yourself with expensive material. For Nightmare Moon, I would get some of that special occasion satin from Jo Ann or Hancock that has the little sparkles glued to the fabric, or you could look for fleece with a nebula/space pattern on it (you might have to look online.) Something else that would be interesting is using a translucent satin; it'd look cool over the white batting and edged with blue blanket stitches (use a black or very dark navy blue fabric.)Fluttershy And Nightmare Moon Plush Hair Guide by xIndie
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2- Create a pattern by drawing the hair on a sheet of card stock. For Fluttershy, draw her bangs, long mane, and tail separately; the bangs and long mane will be on opposite sides of her face.
3- Cut out the pattern pieces and trace onto the fabric. For satin, use washable tailor's chalk. For fleece, use washable markers. You may or may not want to use markers with translucent satin; they may harm nice fabric, but chalk is really hard