Pattern Notes and Corrections

Note on “Cuddle Ewe” even though you do not want to quilt the body of the Ewe and flatten the stuffing make sure you quilt far enough in from the edge to catch the edge of the batting to keep it from wadding up in the wash.  You do want to stitch around the edge of the body on the inside, just follow the scallop, this is for texture. If you exaggerate the points of the scallop by stitching them into the body 1/2 – 3/4″ you will make sure to catch the batting enough to keep it from shifting  and make her edges even more “swoopy”. Other options would be do an echo scallop stitch about 1/2″ or so inside from the edge or do some tack stitches “tie quilt” style to catch the batting and to “tuft” the body.

"Cuddle Ewe"

“Cuddle Ewe”

 

Orange line shows where to quilt to catch the "stuffing" you should be able to see just where your stuffing ends, make sure you quilt into it a little bit.

Orange line shows where to quilt to catch the “stuffing” you should be able to see just where your stuffing ends, make sure you quilt into it a little bit. And make sure to stitch around the head thru all the layers.

 

faces ready to be cut out

faces ready to be cut out

 

block with snowball corners ready for stitching

block with snowball corners ready for stitching