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Baby Octopus Plush / Cherie Price


Baby Octopus is made of soft, dark blue tonal fleece, with sort of a hand-dyed look to the fabric. His curling tentacles are lined with turquoise blue dimpled minky, complete with little raised bumps that resemble his would-be suction cups! Baby Octopus is gently stuffed with polyfil, holding all the cuddles you can stand. Baby Octopus has little black plastic safety eyes. Baby Octopus is made from my own design for plush octopi. Because of variations of fabric prints, direction of fabric cut, and hand-sewing, each octopus will be unique! Since Baby Octopus doesn’t have a name, we’ll leave that up to you! Baby Octopus’ body measures about 14 ½ inches around at the largest, his overall length is about 14 inches (from the top of his head to the tip of his toes, with his tentacles uncurled) — via Etsy

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