While testing out new simple and versatile plush shapes, I realized I hadn’t done anything cube-related in a while 🙂 So I tried out this plush that takes a classic cube shape and adds a little something extra – four stubby little feet! If you’ve mastered making cubes in the past then this project will help you level up that skill. For that reason I gave it a 3/10 in difficulty.
The pattern is for an adorable little Shiba puppy, because I don’t sew nearly enough cute doggos as I should. Of course you could use this pattern to make loads of animal variations, from other dog breeds (Corgis, anyone?) to cats, to woodland creatures, to fanart! You could definitely fill a whole convention table with these.
16 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Shiba Cube Plush”
A Corgi would be AMAZING
a Doodle would also be awesome
These are adorable! I love shibas. Thank you!
Thank you for this lovely pattern !
These are super cute Choly!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
Thank You! It’s so cute!
I will definitely have to try and make these! They’re so adorable 😀
________________________________ De: Choly Knight < Enviado: viernes, 11 de noviembre de 2016 17:01 Para: firstname.lastname@example.org Asunto: [New post] Free Pattern Friday! Shiba Cube Plush
cholyknight posted: " While testing out new simple and versatile plush shapes, I realized I hadn't done anything cube-related in a while 🙂 So I tried out this plush that takes a classic cube shape and adds a little something extra – four stubby little feet! If you've mast"
Thank you for this cute pattern. But I have a question, how can I do the step “sew the muzzle” if I don’t have a sewing machine?
(p.s. sorry for my english, I’m french ^^’)
I think a blanket stitch or applique whip stitch would be a good alternative for that step 🙂
Aww, we had three shibu’s at one point. Am absolutely making these for my kids!!
Thank you xx
You are a real sweetheart. Your generosity warms my broken heart.
I absolutely love this pattern. I’ve used it to make 7 cubes so far. The toast brothers, Butter, French and Texas, as well as Harley Cube, Joker and BatCube. My latest attempt used the pattern with a combination from the Mewnicorn and Owlbear patterns to make Lyra Heartstrings(TM) from My Little Pony. So much fun. Thank you for sharing your patterns. They truly are awesome 🙂
Wow, those all sound amazing! I’m really glad the pattern has been helpful! ♥
Can’t wait to try this!