It depends on what you're aiming for~! If I had used fleece for a more complex plush, like the Growlithe I made, it may have been more difficult to get the look I wanted. However, fleece worked perfectly for this simple Finn doll. :d
HOLY SHMOWZOW Awwwwwwwwww, he looks so cozy and cuddly! Look at that cute little face! (And the little butt-flap, ahaha!) You have some real talent with sewing, Gin! All your plushies always come out looking so adorable and perfect. Who are you planning to do next?
Lol I know, the buttflap makes everyone laugh, and it increases his cute factor. DAWWWW
Awww, thank you Art! I'm planning on: A big, lifesized Growlithe (I actually have him halfway done, I just need to get some bolt joints for his head and neck, so I can finish him up. ) Also, a small Slowpoke plush (another one I need joints for to finish, he's pretty close to being done, too)
and then, of course, my HUGE project, the lifesized Haku plush, which I can start as soon as I get the rest of his fabric, and get the full pattern from , who was kind enough to tackle the project as a commission from me!