|> You must have a friendly nature|
> You must appreciate plush art
> Only members may submit to the group
> Submit to the right folder, pictures submitted to the wrong folder will be refused
> Felted Critters and Soft Sculptures must be animals ONLY (fictional or real) no bags, hats, clothes, etc
> Only one image per plush design
> Only images where the plush is the focus of said image will be accepted
> 'plush' or 'plushie' in this instances refers only to stuffed toys
> Only free or free-to-use patterns can be submitted
> Do not post any kind of advertising on our front page or in journal feeds. This includes (but is not limited to) asking people to see your art or visit your site, advertising your plushies or plush services for sale or a competition you or someone you know is running. You will be given two warnings before being kicked out and banned from the group. If you want to advertise anything note us and ask
Asking for help on plushie making or trying to locate a commissioner does not count as advertising
Things we do not accept
> We do not accept deviation suggestions. I.e, if you see a plush deviation you'd like to see in the club, and it is not your own, please do not suggest it as a deviation to the club. It will be refused right away. Instead, let the artist know about our club and suggest they join so they can submit their own art in their own time.
> Work in progress, concepts and half finished plushies are not allowed
> We don't accept pricing lists, adverts, how to order tutorials etc etc as deviations, in journal feeds or on our front page.
> We do not accept patterns which must be paid for
> This group is for plush toys, art dolls, needle felted toys and woollen type toys only. We don't accept anything else (e.g. Apparel, bags, decorations, key rings etc)
We would also like to point out
This club is run by British Citizens and so we will use British terminology, for example the word 'wool' in the UK is used for all kinds of yarn and wool alike. Whether it is made from an animal's fur or not. We do not use the word 'yarn', as it is American. The same as 'color', we spell it 'colour'.
Please do not ask us to change our terminology to suit your needs, because that is kinda rude and we do not take kindly to it.