Free Pattern Friday! Narwhal Plush

Hi everyone! I got a couple of requests for this pattern, but more than anything I just wanted to make it so my Dolphin Plush could have a little friend ❤


A little palm-sized narwhal!

There’s something so special about having a whole multi-colored set of them 😀 And because they’re so tiny and made with so little fabric, they’re perfect for using up scraps – that’s definitely what I did! At an adorable palm size, you can hide them in all the little nooks and crannies in your house ❤
Much like the dolphin, I gave this pattern a 2/10 stars. It would be perfect for a sewist that’s only made a few plushies before. And if you left off the spiral horn and made it into a regular whale it’s even easier!
I hope you guys like it!

29 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Narwhal Plush

  1. Thank you so much for your free patterns. They are all so adorable! You are my favorite plushie designer!

  2. Absolutely adorable!!!! Thank you so much for creating and sharing such wonderful patterns.

  3. Sooo cute! I love it! I was wandering if you could make a Charlotte plushie from Madoka Magica. I really want to make one but there’s no pattern on the internet. Thanks for all the great patterns!

  4. Serendipity at work: a narwhal paper piece quilt at SewHooked (jennifer Ofenstein) and a narwhal plushie from you! I now have a perfect baby shower gift… well I must make the quilt and plush, but, thankyou!

  5. That is so freaking adorable! I can’t wait to try it. I’ve loved Narwhals since I was a child. It’ll be my first plush, wish me luck!

  6. I have an arctic color palette in my living room… I’m going to stuff mine halfway with beans and use him as a doorstop!! You’re the best! I’ve been looking everywhere for a cute door stop, and just happened to come across this randomly.

    1. Thank you so much! I don’t currently have a file for the eyes (especially since it’s just a little circle, haha), but I’ll definitely put it on my list for files to make in the future!

  7. I love your patterns, can’t wait to try them. Your instructions are so clear and easy to follow. Where is the best place to buy the plush fabric you use?

  8. Thank you for the free plushie pattern. Omg my kids and I love them. Very well done in explaining step by step on how to make them. Can I make requests? When you have time if possible to make a Mew plushie pattern that would be the awsome. 😊

  9. While I was making my first stuffed toy, the Narwhal, I realized that my eyes and hands are getting older than the rest of me. I was wondering if it would be possible if I could “blowup” or increase the pattern on a copier without ruining the pattern? I was thinking to double the size in order to make it easier for me.

      1. Thank you so much, my concern was to use the new seam allowance or refigure it to the new cut line. Thanks again, seems you thought if everything
        By the way, my narwhal did come out cute

        Marilyn

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