You want to cut a rectangle from the fabric. For the small ones it will be 7" X 10". The larger ones will be 7" X 13". Fold fabric lengthwise so that the pattern is inside. Pin in place. Starting at the bottom outer corner stitch across the bottom then turn the fabric and stitch to the top, back stitching to finish. Do not stitch the top. All your going to do is turn it inside out and start stuffing it. I use about a tablespoon of catnip in each stick. I putt the fluff in the tube and push it down with a ruler. Tamp it down so that the tube feels firm, not too squishy. After there is about an inch of fluff, sprinkle 1/3 of the catnip in. Fill about half way and again sprinkle 1/3 of the catnip in. About an inch from the top you'll add the remaining catnip and top that with more fluff. Keep packing the fill down as you go. You want it to be fully stuffed so they can really fight against it and it wont bend much.
When you've got the tube completely stuffed, fold the top down turning it inside the tube and pin. Then run a row of straight stitches across the top. Easy!
These are super easy to make, and even though I used holiday fabrics, you could easily make them with whatever scraps you have on hand! Happy sewing!
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