Yippee, adorable ITH kitties! I listened to your feedback, and made the tricky parts easier. The neck is much easier to sew on with a new method, so that you can get it perfectly symmetrical every time. ALSO, if you are new to applique in the embroidery machine, this pattern is a great place to start as I include a video on how to do
I have a treat for you – this kawaii Baby Yoda plush sewing pattern is a freebie :D He’s really big and cuddly measuring almost 12″ (30cm) tall. And super quick to sew up! This pattern is GREAT starting place to use as a base to customize into other characters and animals. He already comes with elf ears, so you can easily make any elf,
So how do I print a pattern larger or smaller? This is one of my most frequently asked questions, so here’s a quick guide on how to print patterns larger or smaller. You can print any of my patterns on any home printer, regular sized paper. When you click File>Print (or Ctrl+P), you can adjust the percentage desired in these settings. For a plush twice
Today is the release day for Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee! Since I already released Eevee, here is a super kawaii Pikachu free plush stuffed animal sewing pattern and ITH pattern for you guys! They are precious handheld sizes, filled with beanie pellets and ready to be made and be your desktop buddies or gift. The sewing pattern version measures 7″ tall, 8″ long.
Hahah, I jumped the bandwagon! You can make your own Bongo Cat plushie! It’s based off my existing pattern the Kawaii Cat Puff pattern. You can grab the sewing pattern here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/647208887/ Or the embroidery add-on is available here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/633373930/ If you already have the Kawaii Cat Puff sewing pattern, this embroidery pattern will suffice, just ladder stitch the arms on. Please tell me if you like
The Halloween bug has bit me, so I whipped up a quick kawaii bat design! This one is perfect for beginners and kids, it is 17″ large when finished, super cuddly and a good couch buddy. It comes with alignment lines for the face, and I’ll also teach you step by step how to use iron-on webbing if you want some extra support to get
I have recently been enjoying Monterey Bay aquarium with my husband, and it’s inspired me to make some sealife designs! The first is the Narwhal. This cutie is stitched up in 1 hooping, and has some handsewing required. Makes 3″ and 4″ handheld size cuties. Expect more sealife soon! You can snag this pattern right here in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/640149675/