Thank you to all who entered my contest! All winners have been contacted. There were SO many fantastic plush, I loved seeing how creative you all were :D It was really, really hard to choose only a few winners out of all these amazing designs. I hope you all enjoyed the pattern and motivation to use it! ;) This contest has ended, but the
I stitched up some ridiculously cute in the hoop corgi plush with my embroidery machine – look at these little guys! They come in 2 sizes, the tiny one fits 4×4 hoops. You can pick up the pattern here in my Etsy shop. They are actually pretty small stuffed animals – palmsize! I keep mine on top of my computer speakers so they stare at
Note: This contest has ended, but the pattern is still available! Get the free pattern by signing up for my email list either at the top of the site, or to the right. Use this pattern to make a plush and submit it by September 22 and enter to win free patterns of your choice from my shop! I also have some embroidery files you can
UPDATE 5/31: Winners have been decided and contacted :) Thank you! 1st place: Ponyo McCree by Debra Silvas 2nd place: Litten by Feather Stitched 3rd place: Mega Sully (human-size!) by Margaux This was really hard to pick only 3 ;0; Thank you to everyone who entered, you all did fantastic and I love all of these entries! All plushie patterns below can be found here:
Sew your own Wooper Pokemon plush with these free additional pattern pieces! Base body pattern to turn into a Wooper roll plushie: https://www.etsy.com/listing/239579938/ Materials needed: Fabric: Lavender, medium blue, light blue Polyfil stuffing, scissors, needle, thread, hemostats or tweezers to turn Face embroidery files in 3.5″ or 4″ size (pictured in 3.5″, thought 4″ will have a cuter look I think): https://www.etsy.com/listing/475529702/ Tutorial below; download
I have a free plushie sewing pattern available for you to make your own chibi kawaii anime bear! It is a small handheld size, and super adorable. It is easily customizable for you to make many different characters with. I ran a sewing contest with it; you can see some of what people made below! Runner up winners: Entry #3: Jibanyan plush from
In this video, I’ll teach you how to thread joint legs to a body, using my new Pocket Deer pattern :) This a a great technique to use for poseable plush that have legs that are too small for cotter pin or plastic joints. You can make your own miniature deer stuffed animal with my complete sewing pattern and instructions here!