She made with something called micro chenille and has embroidered eyes and cutie marks. Her neck is jointed too but idk if the next one will be or not.. it was a bit of a pain.
edit to add:
WOW so many wonderful comments @___@ thank you to everyone for all your support and encouragement!! To answer a couple common questions:
1. Rarity is not for sale! Because she is ...coughimperfectcough.... But I'm working on the pattern and method and plan to have much more perfect ponies in the near future and some of those will be for sale.
2. I don't take commissions yet because still trying to get my pony plush making footing down, but I probably will in the future. If/when I do there will be an announcement post made with all the info and stuff.
3. My pony pattern is not for sale or share as of this time, sorry :[
4.Not really a question, but to clear up any inadvertent confusion: Rarity is my first pony plush, but I do have years of stuffed animal and pattern making experience since it was one of passions for a long time. This is also why I have certain personal standards and consider this first plush to be unsellable (but she's still beautiful to me and I certainly don't mind keeping her forever).
Thanks once again for all you comments, it's tough to keep up! I'm working on more ponies even now and hope to have more cuties to share soon.
But that's pretty amazing too imo, I go insane when trying to sew clothing! It requires such precision and patience.
I envy you.
I'd buy her if I could, she's simply amazing!
I lurve Rarity! And seriously, best Rarity plushie i've seen!
As a pretty new plushie maker, I'm trying to understand how the whole wiring thing works bit by bit since there isn't a lot a info on how to do it that I've found. I'm guessing that the end of the wire has to be 'anchored' somewhere in the top of the head to get that gravity defying swoop? Thanks very much! ^_^