After designed, developed and shared several sock toy sewing patterns with you, here is another sock toy pattern which is more challenging to sew, Drake the sock dragon. If you have mastered the sock toy sewing skill from the previous sock toy pattern, then probably you will find this not as tough as it looks.
Drake the sock dragon is the evolution species from the Japanese famous reptilian sea monster, Godzilla. Unlike it’s ancestry, Drake is a kindhearted dragon who affectionates on peace and love. Drake no longer an amphibian, it can’t live in the water, instead, it develops a pair of wings for him to fly. However, Drake has inherited the furrowed brows, Spiky back and tail, and strong foot. Its feet and arms are shorter as it needs them just for walking and hugging. Drake has grown a bigger tummy which makes it a little clumsy to walk around. It prefers to sit down and relax by the river and fishing for its meal.
Drake is slightly difficult to sew as it has more parts to sew and attach. In order to ease the sewing a little, I have made the templates for the arms, feet, wings, and spikes. You can get all the detailed instruction and downloadable pdf template in page 2.
Frankly, if you find that sewing all those little parts are so time-consuming, you may adapt the wings and spikes to using felt. Trace the spikes on a piece of felt in a continuous form, cut it out in 1 piece and sew it on the back.
“Gimme, gimme, gimme a BIG HUG!!!” Drake the sock dragon is asking for some TLC. It is also hoping to see and meet it’s relatives soon. Please sew the sock dragon and show us when it is done!!!