Free Pattern Friday! Eeveelution Blob Plush

Hi everybody!
I still hadn’t quite gotten over my Pokemon binge sewing from October so I had to delve into the Eeveelution pool just one more time with this new pattern 😀 It’s a simple blob-shaped style of plush, but I’ve dressed them up into all nine of the Eevee evolutions. Much like the previous eeveelution patterns I’ve done, these have a lot of little details to get through, but in the end they are so worth it!

All together they look like quite the set! They’re the perfect size for hanging around your desk and would make a great gift. But would look even better set up on a convention table. The base pattern itself would work well for lots of other animals, but because the eeveelutions have so many small details, I’ve set this one at 4/10 difficulty.
I hope you guys like it!

48 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Eeveelution Blob Plush”

  1. Omg these are so cute! I love all of your free patterns & I hope to get some time to make them all. I’m so glad I subscribed! 🙂 I can’t wait to try this! Love the instructions & you make everything seem so easy & amazing.

  2. Delores Bruyette

    thank you so much for the free patterns. I have just started making softies and am trying to aquire as many free patterns as I can. I found a few more of yours on pintrist but I will visit every Friday or ore. again thank you.

  3. These are awesome! I was wondering if you would ever consider selling minky for some of these. I can’t find some of these colors at my local box store.

    1. Etsy has a few stores that sell a huge variety of minky colors 🙂 I have the same issue with local stores not carrying enough colors

  4. if possible would you be able to make a Larvitar pattern? I want to make on for my friend but there aren’t any patterns

  5. I mashed this pattern with your Kitty Bean pattern and ended up with the cutest, fattest Vaporeon and I love it hahah

      1. post one post one! i want to see this fluffy fattness galore of cuteness x3

        Me either lol!

  6. These are so cute it a shame mine won’t turn out as cute as yours 😭😀they are amazing thank you for the free pattern and amazing instructions 😋😋💜💜

  7. Son hermosos, muchas gracias por compartir, espero que no se moleste si lo comparto en facebook…

    1. ;_; I actually tried and I couldn’t get the embroidery to work over all the seams like it has in the pattern 🙁 I’m very tempted to start again with a new pattern for Eeveelution plushies more suited to embroidery.

  8. Thank you so much for these free patterns, as a new retiree they are so helpful to keep me busy, provide fun stuff for kids un need, and all of ur patterns are AWESOME!@

  9. Elizabeth Amber White

    I just finished making the Eevee one and it turned out pretty good. I just have a few questions that will hopefully help me make a better one or possibly do the others better. 1) What fabric would you recommend for the applique if using fleece for the main body? I used flannel, which worked fine for the bottom and single-layer appliques, but I had fraying issues with the eye accents. I would like to keep it fuzzy. 2) Where can you get the right brown fleece for the Eevee? I used the Partridge Brown from JoAnn’s and it’s just too dark.


  10. Hi I was wondering could you make a free plush pattern for different dog breeds? they could also work for wolf/fox

    all the best, Phoenix

  11. I printed all of these, but I couldn’t find the face, only the eyes…. does anybody know where to find and print it? or the measurements? Thanks.

    1. All of the face templates (including the eyes, nose, and forehead markings) can be found on the last page of the pattern .pdf, pg. 42 🙂
      Hopefully that’s what you were looking for!

  12. Love these patterns! Does anyone have any pictures of the finished backs of these though? I’m not sure what some of them are supposed to look like.

  13. Hi I was wondering on jolteon how do sew the tail so good? I can’t seem to get any of my pieces with triangles to look good. Is there a trick to making them pointed?

    1. The most common issue is with trimming the seam allowance 😊 With very sharp corners like that, you’ll want to trim your seam allowance close to the stitching without actually cutting it. That allows the piece to turn easier. If you find it’s hard to get into the corners, you can also sew the corners with one stitch going across so it has kind of a blunt corner. Instead of making a V like: \/, it would look something like: \_/. That will give your scissors some space to get really close to the corner.
      I hope that helps!

  14. These are absolutely cute, I love them! I want to try enlarging the patterns but it says I need a permissions password. What do I do?

  15. thank you so much, your patterns are always high quality.
    is there any way I can learn to make my own? Any suggestions or tips for a intermediate-beginner?

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