Choly Knight

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Free Pattern Friday! Totoro Plush

22 Comments

Hey everyone! It only seemed like a matter of time before this guy made another appearance, right? It’s probably the most highly requested plush character I get, and I’ve done so many other Ghibli projects it seems only fitting.
So this pattern is for a classic roly-poly shaped plush done up just like Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro. It looks great in either gray or blue so it looks like either the large Totoro or the smaller Chuu-Totoro. You can also give it a big friendly grin or leave it off and it looks equally cute.
The belly is done by sewing outward curves to inward curves, so that makes it a bit challenging – not to mention all the hand-sewing for the ears, arms, and tail. So I gave it a 4/10 stars in difficulty.
I hope you all enjoy!

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22 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Totoro Plush

  1. thanks very much.

  2. Omg you are amazing! Thank you so much!!!

  3. Your directions are amazing! Thank you so much.

  4. Ficou maravilhoso!!! Obrigada por compartilhar Choly!!! <3<3<3

  5. so precious! Your patterns are always so great! Thank you so much!

  6. I love this – so cute! Thank you for the pattern 🙂

  7. Thank you, thank you, thank you 🙂 He’s marvelous!!!

  8. Thanks for this wonderful pattern.

  9. TOTORO!!!! I love to totoro, Thank you

  10. I love Totoro and this pattern is adorable! Thank you very much 🙂

  11. Hooray hooray!!!!!! ❤❤❤❤ thank you for this Choly!

  12. I am totally in love!! Now I can have all the Totoros I want!! I can’t wait to enlarge this pattern for pillows too!! Thank you so very very much! #AllTotoroAllTheTime

  13. Thank you so much for another beautiful pattern!

  14. Super cute! The best free totoro pattern I’ve seen

  15. I think your patterns are so great. I want to make this one soon. Thank you for sharing freely.

  16. Thank you for these pattern, I love it and my grandchild will love it to:)

  17. Thank you for these pattern, I love it and my grandchild will love it to:)

  18. Thank you so much for your generosity!

  19. I am blown away by the detail in your tutorials and patterns. Thank you so much

  20. He is so cute!! It looks amazing!

  21. Thank you so much for sharing ! I’ve searched this kind of pattern for so long … And it is very well illustrated and explained, thanks again !

  22. Merci pour ce partage
    Pas facile de comprendre en anglais mais je me servirai des images.

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