"I'm just hungry....feeeeeeeeeeed meeee."
Pajama Eaters from the Sewfearless blog.
For the main body - Robert Kaufman 21 wale corduroy from Fabric.com
For the mouth/inside lining - Kona cotton solids also from Fabric.com.
Eyes/teeth - Felt from JoAnn Fabrics
All soles were scrap cottons I had in the stash.
I only made one alteration, the addition of a thread tack at the corners of the body for an ear flap. I made mine 1" away from the edge and hid the thread in the seam for the body. If you'd like to do this too then make them right before stuffing the body.
The majority of this pattern is easy peasy sewing, but attaching the soles to the legs can be bit tricky. Mostly because you're sewing a straight edge to something with curved edges. Here's my method for doing them.
1. Mark the center of the soles on the short ends with a pin.
7. When you're done you should have a nice pleat free leg.
"Did you sew this? This is the best thing you've ever made."
My Final Thoughts
I had a lot of fun making this pattern and not just because I was posing monsters and taking amusing pictures. (See my instagram feed if you missed them) The construction steps were very well documented and are also formatted like a comic. Squee!