What You'll Need:
Patterned fabric for mouse body Scrap fabric, preferably with a loose weave, for catnip pouch Cotton cord, ribbon, or rick rack for the tail Embroidery floss for face details Catnip Polyfil stuffing Needle and thread
1 - Print pattern and cut out fabric as shown.
2 - Tie a knot at one end of the cord for the tail and set aside.
3 - For catnip core pouch, fold fabric in half, stitch two sides, add catnip, sew closed, and set aside.
4 - Embroider a mouse face on the main fabric (we made two little eyes).
5 - Begin at the nose and sew the two sides together along the upper edge.
6 - Sew the tail at the back. Begin to sew the bottom piece to the two sides pieces, leaving a small opening.
7 - Turn mouse inside out. Gently poke out the nose with a closed pen.
8 - Add polyfil and catnip pouch.
9 - Sew the mouse securely closed.
10 - Hand it off to kitty to enjoy!
Music: "The Afterlife" by YACHT