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First, we need a pattern. I made mine by tracing my arm as shown. Notice, the inside part of the arm angles in quite a bit. This allows for a more comfortable movement.

Date: 10/31/12
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Here is the pattern itself with a 1" x 1" grid on top of it if you just want to recreate it.

Date: 10/31/12
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Cut out 2 of these (side a), flip the pattern over and cut out two more (side b). Put one cut-out piece of side a and side b, together with the fur covered sides together. Sew them together without much of a seam allowance (meaning sew close to the edge

Date: 10/31/12
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Here is the pattern I used. The edge on the right is a fold line. So draw out this part and flip the pattern over the 'fold' to draw the other half. You will need two of these. If you sewed the arms all the way around above, simply put these two pie

Date: 10/31/12
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It will look like this: NOTE: The above picture was taken before I made a slight change to the pattern to make it as shown above. The one pictured is too wide. The pattern above corrects that and makes the body a much better fit than what is shown here

Date: 10/31/12
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Attach a head and you have something like this:

Date: 10/31/12
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