Ok...I love the seahorse costume so much, I've decided to make a seahorse doll and I thought I'd share my tutorial for everyone to enjoy! This is such a fun project...The tail can be frustrating, hence I've made 2 versions of this pattern. The first one is the original Seahorse as pictured above...it has longer curly tail which is extremely difficult to turn if you don't have a loop turner! That's why I made version 2, a stubbier and shorter tail, which should be easier to turn :p...I don't want you all to curse me, you see... :). Enjoy and PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE share a link of your finished product or email me your finished product :). I would soooo love to see your version :).
I love this seahorse and all of your creation! I want to cite your site on my blog this afternoon!ReplyDelete
the cutest seahorse in the world :)ReplyDelete
thanks fot the tutorial mbak lia.
That's such a cute seahorse. I think my little girl would love a doll like that. Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
I am trying to figure out when you sleep, haha. Very nice!ReplyDelete
This is adorable! My sewing to-do list keeps getting longer and longer, but my time for sewing is either staying the same or getting shorter! I want to make one right now instead of going to work! lolReplyDelete
you did it again!ReplyDelete
it looks great!!
niiiiicely done lia.. because am such a lazy mother, am just gonna order one from u.. can i? ;)ReplyDelete
Aww, this is so cute! Thanks so much for sharing this little guy, I'll be linking.ReplyDelete
He's super cute! I am going to put him on my stuff to make list.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this with us.
Thanks for this tutorial!! It's so nice!ReplyDelete
It is so cute! I can't wait to try and make one. Thank you so much for this tutorial & pattern!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this tuto... it's so cute.ReplyDelete
I just did one for my daughter and she loves it ;-)
how cute! thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
lucuu bgt deh li :)ReplyDelete
Love the seahorse and have 2 little girls that will love it when theyReplyDelete
get a little older - Thanks for the tutorial.
Thanks for sharing your pattern Lia. I have put a link to you on my freebies blog...hugs KhrisReplyDelete
Lia! So cute! My son was a seahorse in his kindergarten play and I needed a "baby" for his pouch. This was PERFECT. He loves it and now sleeps with it every night. THANKS SO MUCH for sharing!ReplyDelete
As soon as I saw this, I knew I had to make one. Thanks for the pattern! http://coatswiththemost.blogspot.com/2010/03/seahorse.htmlReplyDelete
LOVE IT !!!! Will love to try and make one :) Thank You for sharing !ReplyDelete
I tried yesterday and it was so fun that I made 3 already !!! I will post about it soon and will keep you updated ...ReplyDelete
I made one! I love it! I blogged about it as well (I think just click on my name) -ReplyDelete
Thanks for the beautiful pattern~
I just made my first seahorse last night! And I can safely say that it won't be my last one! It was so fun and easy and turned out adorable.ReplyDelete
Here's a link to my little guy h ttp://www.r2girls.com/blog/2010/05/i-made-a-seahorse/
Thanks for sharing the pattern! Keep up the great work.
Hi Lia, thanks for sharing this gorgeous pattern. I have made two seahorses this week and am so pleased with how they both turned out. You can see them on my blog http://littlecloudfactory.blogspot.com/2010/07/cedric-seahorse.htmlReplyDelete
Looking forward to making more :)
This guy is so cute! One of the girls from my sewing group made him as a heat pack on the weekend - he turned out really well, as it was her first sewing project. you can see a photo of him on my blog herehttp://ramblingsoffyrefairee.blogspot.com/2010/08/sewing-group.html.ReplyDelete
thanks for the awesome pattern!
Oh, this is DARLING! I can't wait to make one. Do you think that sewing a long cord to the right side of the tail, and then pulling that to turn the tail right side out, and then trimming that cord off would work? Hmm. I think I will try it and let you know!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tute.
Your seahorse is quite cute! Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
It´s so nice! Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
Greetings from Germany
Vielen Dank ich Liebe Seepferde besitze sogar ein Seepferd Tattoo. Liebe Grüße FranziReplyDelete
Liebe Grüße Franzi
Thank you very much for your tutorial,Lia!ReplyDelete
Hi Lia! I just finished my first sea horse, and it certainly won't be my last. I <3 <3 <3 it!ReplyDelete
I don't have a Flickr stream yet, but you can see pics of my sea horse at
Thank you so much for sharing this cute tutorial. I have to sew this seahorse in the next days, because my daughter want it so much.ReplyDelete
Greetings from Germany,
How do I send you a picture of my 2-D stitched version?ReplyDelete
Amy in Ca
I have included it in my Christmas Gifts To Sew round up
This is a gorgeous pattern so cute. Thank you for sharing! Here's my seahorse http://emmalm.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/some-more-soft-toys/ReplyDelete
I've just realized a personal Mr. Seahorse with a old pair of jeans, and bottons...many thanks for your clear istructions!
Let me know your opinion, please!
You'll find on my blog:
It's perfect! My 4 yo decided to have a mermaid room a few months ago, but other than the colours in her accessories, she does not have much to make it look like a mermaid room. I'm going to have to make this for her bed! What a great tutorial, thank you!ReplyDelete
I made one I included a pouch on the front because it was for a school project but the pouch was hard. www.digitalfowlers.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Your Seahorse was soooo cute that I couldn't resist!that's the result!His name is HyppoKant: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-bEj0hr0W_bQ/TchMDvRNdJI/AAAAAAAAAOg/1Ig06E1dUlg/s1600/lato1.jpgReplyDelete
thanks for the pattern on Mr. Seahorse. I'm making him as a toy drop for the toy society. Once done, I'll send you a link as a thank you!!!ReplyDelete
Thans for the pattern ! You can see mine there : http://lacaseacigales.canalblog.com/ReplyDelete
Thanks for the pattern and the instruction. My seehorse (and some other animals) can be found at http://www.mosabuam.com/2012/01/stofftierproduktionReplyDelete
It is so cuteReplyDelete
such a cute pattern! i made one for my sister's birthday the other day, she loves it!ReplyDelete
and i made another one as a present for my friend's newborn.
Here's the link to mine that I just made today. :) http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/536539_2891629453190_1333885789_32179603_443510128_n.jpgReplyDelete
Thank you for the pattern! I made it with an old t-shirt. Recycling is great! lol
how nifty is that!!! thank you!Delete
Thanks for the Mr. Seahorse pattern. I made one for my 1st Grandchild (a girl). The 1st picture (ultra-sound) my daughter showed me, the baby looked like a little Seahorse, thus the nickname stuck....Seahorse. So, I HAD to make this Seahorse. Thanks againReplyDelete
Thank you, for the seahorse pattern, I have made one for the Mirabel Foundation for children at Christmas, some lucky child will receive her/him at Christmas this year,had fun making her/him, think I will have to make one for me. (:ReplyDelete
Here is a link to mine www.cathysews.com.au and you will be able to read more about the Mirabel Foundation
Just love your seahorse I have made 2 now one for Mirabel Foundation and the other one was going to be for me but sending it to my granddaughter so I will have to make a third one.ReplyDelete
Here is my project site with the picture of the seahorse in the toy folder
Love your yellow seahorse :)...thanks for sharingDelete
A very cute seahorse. I have to try making my own and I will show you a picture of the result :-)ReplyDelete
Sorry about answering twice I thought it hadn't work the first time then I gave it another go and I thought it didn't work again so I gave up.ReplyDelete
My version and this time it's a Ms. Seahorse :)ReplyDelete
http://hanna-naa.blogspot.fi/2012/08/ei-neiti-meriheina.html (in Finnish)
Thanks for this cool pattern. Here's my seahorse : http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/seahorse.ReplyDelete
One of your seahorses was born today in Germany:
Thanx for the tutorial!
I also made this, for my 8 month year old daughter. When she got it this morning, she laughed out loud and was really happy :)ReplyDelete
Your blog, and the seahorse got a little space in a norwegian magazine called rom 123 :)
Hmm.... i´m trying to post my version of the seahorse?ReplyDelete
Your blog and mr. seahorse got a little space in a Norwegian magazine called rom 123!
my version for my daughterReplyDelete