(revised with paw video. My server was having issues – sorry if you get a duplicate email!) I’m so excited to announce this pattern – it’s been a HUGE challenge to design, and I think it will be a great tool in plush artist’s arsenal to make gorgeous anthro plush. It’s a big bundle with extras to make 20″ tall cuddly furry plush with jointed
This is a super versatile pattern bundle with multiple body, arm, foot, ears and tails :D It’s a great base to use for any chibi animal or pokedoll. It is recommended for intermediate level sewers; though if you are a beginner and can only hand sew, it includes enough instructions and videos for you to do it :) You can get it, and any of
He’s just…so…happy. I have one on my desk and he totally puts a smile on my face. So I didn’t plan on releasing the pattern for this guy, I actually made him as a joke to see how “derpy” I could make something. The pattern has been buried for about 6 years! The prototype showed up in a box, and people really wanted the pattern.
Audie quickly became my digital bestie; she’s just so cute and happy! I pushed my pattern design limits to make a gorgeously designed and versatile pattern, and I think I achieved that :) She’s 14 inches tall standing, and fully jointed. You can use this pattern to make anthro animals; it includes a no-ear, no-spike pattern to use as a base for you to add
Animal Crossing: New Horizons made me totally fall in love with Marshal! You can enjoy him in real life whether you have him in your game or not :)This pattern comes with all the face and alignment lines for the little details, so yours can come out looking exactly the same! It has draft patterns for 9 other animals, so you can make lots of
My newest furry anthro pattern is a cutie! It measures 11″ tall, and comes with all the alignment lines for the face and paws so that yours will come out looking exactly the same if you like. Most of this plush was sewn with machine from the inside out – so they’re durable seams. BUT if you don’t have a machine, you can make this
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
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