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FF6 - Terra Branford by bassoonhero FF6 - Terra Branford by bassoonhero
This plush was made specially for Ed from SplatterTrigger.com ([link]), and booooooy was it a doozy of a project… After a good two months of planning, sewing, and a lot of trips to our local fabric store, we finally finished her. In my opinion she turned out spectacularly, and we learned A LOT from making her as 90% of the things done and made for this plush we had never really attempted before. It's great to see a ton of hard work pay off, and both Jenna and I were very happy and proud to send her off to Ed! :)

For further info and many more pictures on Terra, please visit the link below…

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Also, Ed was kind enough to post an extremely nice video about her, which can be found here...

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Annnnnnnd finally, this plush was based and modified off of the wonderful pattern and tutorial made by BabyLondonStar which can be found here...

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TifaIsSoHot6342 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013
I remember seeing this in the splatter trigger video :) She is so cute :D
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bassoonhero Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks!! It was very nice of SplatterTrigger to make that video, loved it :)
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TifaIsSoHot6342 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
Yeah its one of my favorite videos of his :D If only he would make videos more often like used too.
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VictorKorlain Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
That...is absolutely amazing, but the link to the pattern you used (which I know you modified) is broken. By any chance, did you keep the patterns? I have a friend who just went to study abroad in China and she could really use something like this to cheer her up...
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bassoonhero Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!

And yes, I do have the "How-to" saved in PDF form along with the pattern print-out files. BabyLondonStar has removed her account since I posted all my plushies which is why the link is broken, she used to have them all on her page. BUT, I actually did a little google search and found that she still has a site up, and on that, her patterns that I've used. Here it is...

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If that doesn't work for you, feel free to message me your email address and I'll shoot them off your way!
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VictorKorlain Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
This is great! Thanks! I hate to keep harassing you, but where did you get your fabrics from? Especially the clothing pieces and the legs? I just feel like I'm going to have a hard time finding matching materials, and I'm kind of a perfectionist, which makes it really hard for me to do stuff like this, lol. >_<
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bassoonhero Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Everything came from my local Jo~ann fabric and craft store. The velvety maroon fabric, the white lightly floral printed legging fabric, shiny silver fabric, silver puffy paint like stuff, jewelry pieces, hair fabric, see-through purple cape fabric, iron-on flowers, etc... I think I had to get the iron-on pages for the eyes from somewhere else, and the chain that brings the cape together was cut from an old sterling silver necklace I had laying around, but that's basically it!

It took A LOT of searching that store for the perfect materials, hours upon hours till I got everything I knew I'd be happy with, and then many return trips. And if you need any more help don't hesitate to ask! Definitely not harassing me! ;)
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VictorKorlain Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
I really appreciate it!  I'm in the process of collecting the materials myself.  I hope to start it next month or so...Gotta get it done by late September. :\
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bassoonhero Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
No problem! Best of luck to you, let me know if you need any more help, and I'd love to see how she turns out when she's all done!
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VictorKorlain Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013
Also, did you sew the fabric for the clothing onto the felt, or did you cut them out of their own fabric an patchwork it together and hide the seams with the paint?
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