Hi everyone! In preparation for the holidays I made these super simple little plushies that work perfectly as either ornaments or charms 😀 You can hang them from your keys or attach them to your bag. Of course for the winter I just had to dress them up in little scarves, but you could easily leave it off so the finished plush looks more like an original character you might have in mind.
The pattern has very few pieces and incredibly simple, so someone who had maybe sewn one or two projects in the past could tackle it. And to keep with the chilly theme, the pattern has templates for an arctic fox, a polar bear, an arctic hare, and a white fluffy kitty. With all the templates to use one of them is bound to be great for your creation. I hope you all enjoy it!
This project is part of the Sew a Softie winter initiative to help encourage adults and kids to learn to sew! There are lots of other sites participating in the initiative as well. The holidays are a great time to get together with friends and try some new projects!
8 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Winter Plush Charms”
Those are all just adorable! Thank you SO much for sharing the pattern with us all.
Sew cute! Thank you!
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Wow!! What sweeties 🙂 Just saw this now…how did I miss this!!!!
OMG i’m gonna have to make all of your plushies a THOUSAND TIMES!!!
These are so cute. I sew quilts but not plushies so I think I’ll start with these! Do you have make them into an SVG file? I have started hating to cut out patterns since I got a cricut 😁. Also can you use regular cotton fabric and maybe just add a little bit more fabric for the stretch? Thanks
They might look a little skinny in cotton, but overall it’s such a simple shape you might not mind it too much 😊