This is good for noses, bug eyes, breast or anything you need to stay
firm on a plush without the stuffing swimming around.
This trick is super easy and you don't even have to be perfect to make it work.
first thing you need is some cheap stiff fabric, I use Premium Broadcloth from fabric.com but i'm sure anything will work really.
Make a Copy of the pattern you used for the area you need to Isolate the stuffing enjoy the nightmare fuel that is the back of plush Zim's head
Try your best to stitch down the Isolation fabric to what little you have left of your seam allowance.
The real seam for the plush
The Isolation Seam step 3
make a small Cut in the Isolation fabric so you can stuff it, make sure it isn't too big or the stuffing will just fall out.
I normally don't Stitch up my slits, but you can if you're scared the stuffing will not staying in its place. My slits are normally pretty small and I use hemostats to stuff the small area tightly. And that's all there is to it really!
Hope this helped anyone idk. yay! I'm making progress on my 2 upcoming Zim plushes lol