Select felt to use with the free narwhal SVThe file includes 2 body parts, 2 flaps, 2 horns, and 1 belly part. Import the file into Cricut Design Space and use the machine to cut your pieces.
Then take any one of the body cutouts and draw a smiley face on it with a pencil. Prepare needle with black thread to trace the smiley face.
Backstitch one top of the smiley face of the narwhal plush. Take the belly part and stitch it on the middle of the stitched body part.
Stitch the 2 horn cutouts together. Place the other plain body cutout on a flat surface. Place the two flaps on both sides of the body cutout by slightly overlapping all pieces. Then place the horn on the top end, also overlapping it with the body cutout.
Place the stitched body cutout on the top of the plain one, with the other items (horn and flapbetween them. Then stitch around the sides of the body cutouts to join using flat blanket stitches.
Keep a small opening for stuffing the felt narwhal. Using scrap felts for stuffing is a great way to recycle leftover felt. Cut them into tiny pieces to prepare them for stuffing.
Stuff the narwhal until it’s nice and fluffy. Stitch the open end to close it and secure the stuffing. Tie a knot, draw the needle through the plush and then draw it back out randomly. Cut off extra thread.