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MLP: FiM Scootaloo plushie by Rasaliina MLP: FiM Scootaloo plushie by Rasaliina
Wow, it's going to be hard for me to part with this girl! She came out so beautiful I think I'll just have to make one for myself in the future ^^"

Scootaloo is made from minky and her eyes and cutie marks are iron-ons. She is 32cm/12,6" tall from hoof to the top of her mane (25cm/9,8" without it). Thanks to the gravel bags inside her hooves, she stands perfectly fine on her own! The pattern is completely by me! ^^

Scoot was a commission and is not for sale! :)

Comments, favs and constructive criticism always welcome!!

Scootaloo/MLP:FiM Hasbro, Lauren Faust aka *fyre-flye
Pattern and sewing by me
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SplashinginHappyness Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So I'm trying to finish off a Fluttershy I made- I have the mane and tail and what not, and I want to use iron-ons for the eyes and cutie mark. May I ask how you went about attaching the eyes to the plush? I've heard of some people just ironing the paper onto the plush body, but to be honest I don't think that would hold...
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Rasaliina Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! I'll try to explain this, it's a bit tricky. 
The method to use depends on the kind of iron on you're using - whether you have iron ons for light or dark fabric changes everything. 

How to use iron ons for light fabric is pretty well explained here: fav.me/d35suwq

However, I use ones for dark fabric, they are much better quality but also used very differently.
When making a plushie like this, attaching the iron ons is the First Step. You need to have your fabric (in my case, minky) laying flat in front of you. Make sure the nap is facing the desired direction. Then you place your cut out iron ons on the fabric (mine have a back piece that needs to be taken off first but idk if they all work the same way). Then you need a layer of baking paper (the kind that is used when baking something in the oven for example, my iron ons have a sheet that comes with them) on top of the iron ons to keep them from sticking to the iron. Then you just iron them on. After that, you can cut out the fabric piece so that the eye/cutie mark is in the right place, then just sew the pieces together and proceed like you would normally. 

Hope this helped! I have a feeling I was confusing there but please ask if you have any further questions! 
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SplashinginHappyness Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! I've tried iron-ons (for other stuff) and every thing that showed up white on the paper before ironing it onto the fabric showed up as the color of the fabric after. How do you get the highlights and white arts of the eye to show up white? Is it the baking paper?
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Rasaliina Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
that's because you're using iron-ons made for light paper! White parts stay transparent when using the light paper, that's why I use iron-ons for dark paper. They keep all the colors the way they are supposed to be. They're a tad more expensive, but trust me, it's worth it. As told in the tutorial I linked, the only way to get the white parts to stay white when using light iron-ons is to first iron them on some white fabric and then glue them on the plushie. 
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SplashinginHappyness Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh! I had no Idea there was a difference. Thank you so much! Tight Hug 
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Rasaliina Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem at all, glad I could help! :)
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martyrex Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cute
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Rasaliina Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks :)
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H0B0--KlNG Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
so cute
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Rasaliina Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you :3
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