Long ago I had a Fisher-Price puppet. I wish I still had it, but a recent crafty streak has set me on making the most authentic Kermit replica I can. Before joining, I had filtered through this and other forums compiling as much information as possible. Hopefully what I'll share when making this replica will help to others with similar projects. I started by un-distorting the well-known dissected Master Replicas poser photo. Since then I've been developing a vector pattern that attempts to undo the concessions MR had to make for production (there are many). That along with careful study of photos primarily of the 1978-1981 Antron fleece Kermits should result in a decent puppet pattern. I'm testing the head pattern in regular fleece (rather too neon) that is basted and super-glued to cardboard. The temporary eyes are not trimmed to the correct diameter (they should be somewhat less than hemispheres). The underside of the chin could use a little more slack. Otherwise, I think this is looking very much like our green friend! Legally speaking, I cannot share this pattern in a way that qualifies as publishing, but I will do my best to help you replicate the same steps to arrive at the Kermit you want to make. I'll be picking up some Antron shortly and testing some dye - possibly something better than Rit.