Tag Monster Pattern

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Well it’s been a long time coming but I finally got around to putting the pattern and instructions together.

Here’s the free PDF pattern for the Tag Monster complete with instructions. I’m also putting together a little tutorial to help but more on that later. Let me know how you go with it – this is my first attempt at a pattern so there may be some bugs to iron out!

Download The Tag Monster Pattern (PDF)

Note: Please don’t leave this toy in the cot with your child, supervise their play with the Tag Monster.

25 Comments

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog – I have been following yours forever, but always too chicken to leave a comment.

    Your little monster is so cute, I just love his little face.

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  2. I found you on the sew, mama, sew blog, this tag monster is so adorable, and your pattern looks great – very professional-looking!

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  3. why is your monster dead? X__X

    If you give it pink legs and sew ribbons on
    it’s legs it looks like it is wearing a tu-tu.
    I think that you could use a cheap hand glove
    and do the same thing then it would be a puppet
    just sew closed some of the fingers that you dont
    need. You can add legs in front of your wrist then
    the tags around your hand.

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  4. Well he’s not quite meant to be dead! The little crosses for eyes are in place of buttons for eyes which are a bit of a choking hazard for little ones. I love your idea of a tu-tu version, nice.

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  5. I SO love this little guy. Good effort!!!

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  6. Hello! I just LOVE this project, and I’d really like to feature it on my blog! I run a blog all about plush monsters, and this will fit right in.

    Let me know if you’re ok with that, I’ll wait for your permission to proceed :)

    Thanks,
    Kelli
    http://plushmonsterfeed.blogspot.com

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  7. Oh I see! But my kids think he is cute.
    THanks for sharing him, I am looking
    forward to seeing what else you make!!!!
    Thanks a million!
    Rane
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  8. Wow thank you so much for all your lovely comments! Do you really think there’s a patent out there for sewing one form of material/fabric onto another? Surely not??

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  9. wow this is great :) Just saw the monster at the sms-blog :) I have been thinking about a gift for the 3-year-old brother of a newborn baby boy for ages and THIS IS IT!

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  10. My 16 month old grandson has taken a liking to any kind of tags also. Wonder what that’s about? So this pattern not only is adorable but fits the bill for Miles. I know he’ll absolutely love it. Thanks for sharing with us!.

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  11. Too cute! I was just making a taggie toy today and was having so much fun, a monster has to be next!

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  12. That is adorable! I will have to try that out for my son!

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  13. Hello!
    I really like your how to and I was wondering if I could translate it in French and add it to my list of how to as explained in my french post (http://www.petitcitron.com/index.php/form_howto.html)
    Of course, your website would be quoted and there would be a link!
    Thank you,
    Perrine

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    • Sure, I’d love to share it around some more, thanks for your interest Perrine!

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      • I love this toy! I cant wait for more designs!

  14. buenisimo!!! muchas gracias

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  15. I’ve seen the pictures of this little guy around a few of the blogs I frequent and decided to come by and check him out. It’s a brilliantly thought out toy! I’m definitely going to make one for my son and my niece when I get the opportunity. There is so much room for improvisation in the colors. Thanks so much for supplying the pattern. Your blog is wonderful.

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  16. Hi darls ive put a link to this page on my blog i hope you dont mind. I made one for my soon to be new baby and just had to share it… i hope you dont mind and ill remove it straiight away if you do.

    cheers Skye

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  17. this sock toy is brilliant i cant wait till you make more!!

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  18. Hello

    I met you at the Sydney craft show and sat in on your little monster class and loved it!!!

    You gave us all a flyer that entitled us to download the pattern for the little monster.

    Could you please help…..because I can’t find it anywhere on your site and my daughter is dying to make one!!!

    Thanks,
    Diana

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  19. Just wanted to let you know that I love this little guy! I made my own with a few adjustments but credited you and linked to you on my own blog! Thanks for putting this together! It will be up within the next few days.

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    • Thanks Cynthia, so glad you enjoyed making him.

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  20. I made this just tonight and it took me maybe 5 hours (it was touch and go with LO on nap-strike and having to do it after bedtime). Overall, really easy to use! I think I wish I would have heat sealed the ribbon (directions didn’t say much on it, but oh well!). Turned out perfectly!

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  21. I think I am in LOVE. This is sooo going to be a fab holiday gift :)

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