Free Pattern Friday! Kitty Bean Plush


Hi everyone! This week I’ve made up a pattern that was inspired by the adorable Tsum Tsum plushies you see from Disney. I love the simple, stackable shape of their bodies so I created something similar that I called a bean ❤ Though you could easily whip out plenty as loads of different animals, I stuck with a classic kitty since they are usually everyone’s favorite.

What make them different, and what I love, are the adorable little feet that are nestled underneath their faces. I hope you’ll give the pattern a try, and maybe do your own cute spin on it!

16 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Kitty Bean Plush

    1. Not at this time 🙂 I only just started offering embroidery files for my newest patterns, and I hope to go back and revisit old ones as well. So this will definitely be on my list!



  1. First time attempting to sew a plush. I tried to do it before when I was a kid, but I just didn’t have the attention span for it. Thank you so much for sharing these patterns!

  2. I know this is kind of old, but thank you so much for this pattern! I’m really new to sewing, and I have never sewn a plushie before. However, I found myself with nothing to do, stuck inside the house, so I decided to give this pattern a go. I struggled, hand sewing all of it with no machine (idk they scare me >.<) but I got him finished. I'm reasonably proud of myself. Thank you, again!

  3. hey is there a way to use your embroidery files if I don’t have the money for an embroidery machine? I have a great sewing set up but the faces are the appeal to me and I know you can hand embroider but I don’t know if it will work for this type of thing…also if it’s possible does anyone have any good youtube video links they recommend?

  4. these are so cute thank you! i made one for my daughter & now all my nieces & nephew want one for themselves.

    thanks for publishing these for free 💖 they’re such fun & cute projects!! perfect for a total beginner like myself. i’m so excited to try out more 🙂

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