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Over 280 of the best free Stuffed Animal Patterns on the web!
DIY stuffed animals! Make your own homemade stuffed animals with this collection of over 280 of the best free stuffed
animal patterns & plushie patterns (many with printable templates) gathered from all over the web. You'll find fur, fabric,
and felt animal patterns on these pages, and plush patterns for dogs & cats, bunnies, monkeys, elephants, pigs, and more!

Choose a felt fabric for your softie if you want a quick and easy diy project, since felt can be easy to work with and doesn't
fray. And if you do use felt for your plushie, choose a high-quality wool or a wool blend, which won't pill the way acrylic can.

And of course, home-sewn stuffed animal doesn't have to look homemade. For instance, if you plan to use a fur fabric for
your project, try following these tips for working with fur to help give your s
oftie a more professional look:

To cut fur fabric, place it fur side down, backing side up. And when laying your pattern pieces onto your fur fabric, you may
find it easier to use pattern weights to hold down the pattern pieces instead of pins. Then you can trace your cutting line
around the pieces with a fabric marking pen and simply cut following the lines you've drawn. And if your fur has a nap to it
(where the pile runs in one direction), make sure to lay out and cut out your pattern so that all the pieces run in the same
direction (usually with the pile running down). This way, all of the pile in your finished item will run in the same direction.

And don't double your fabric as you usually would with a non-fur fabric. Instead cut your fur fabric in a single layer. This
way, you won't be trying to cut through two bulky layers at once and you'll avoid cutting into the fur. (See
next page for
more tips on working with fur.)
Sock Lion
Craft Passion
Lop Eared Sock
Craft Passion
Sweet Floppy Bunny
The Sewing Loft
Sock Dragon
Craft Passion
Tiny Kitty
While She Naps
Spring Bunny
Sew Mama Sew
Soft Woolen Bunny
The Purlbee
Quilted Sleepy
Becca Marie Designs
Bunny Plush Toy
The Cottage Mama
Little Fishy
The Latest from Lauri
George the Puppy
Junior Magazine
Felt Kittens
Lia Griffith
Stuffed Snail
Cook Clean Craft
Stuffed Fox
Stitched by Crystal
Washcloth Ducky
Martha Stewart
Humphrey Dog
Bustle & Sew
Whale Plushie
Birch Fabrics
Baby Dino
Beloved Ones
Peculiar Pelican
Downeast Thunder Farm
Sock Monkey
Craft Passion
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