Free Pattern Friday! Sloth Plush

Hi everybody!
Throughout a lot of last year I had many requests for a sloth plush <3 And I finally got the chance to make one! I had in my head the idea that it should have a round, bean-like body. But even more important than that, it should have Velcro in its claws so it can hang onto things! So in the end, I was so happy it worked out 😀 I had the prototype hanging in my work area all throughout the making of the pattern. My favorite part is that you can sew the head rotated so it looks like the sloth is turning to you while it hangs.
It has only 5 pattern pieces so it comes together really quickly. But I still rated it a 3/10 in difficulty because getting the neck seam is a little tricky because the arms are sooo long. But overall the pieces are very simple – I would have given it 2 stars if not for the neck.

And just like last month, this pattern also comes with the embroidery files needed for the face! The eye marking shape is slightly different to make it easier to stitch up, but for the most part it’s the same as the original. Do let me know if it gives you any problems so I can improve on future embroidery files!

P.S. If you’d like to see some behind-the-scenes work on the making of this plush, check out my Patreon! For just $1 a month, subscribers get behind-the-scenes posts and all of my free patterns 1 week early! And you have access to the posts from last month’s Love Dragon pattern to check if you like what you see!

98 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Sloth Plush”

      1. Hi i cant download these, i really want a fox and sloth, unicorn and lamb one if you have them please x

      2. Here are direct links to the .pdfs if that helps 🙂
        I don’t have a lamb at this time, but many people use my alpaca pattern to make one:
        I also don’t have a free unicorn pattern either, but I’ll consider it for the future!

      3. I made my first sloth and it came out perfect thanks to the beautifully detailed instructions. I will say again, you are amazing

  1. Hi! I recently made this but I had trouble with the .pes file loading. It could be my embroidery machine because the .dst was too big for the frame. But, I’d like to make this again so any tips would be great.

    1. Oh no! I’m sorry the files are causing you trouble :/ If you know your machine’s brand and model I may be able to export the files again with more customized parameters to your machine 🙂

      1. I’m having the same issue with my brother machine. Is there any thing I can do ?

  2. I think you are an amazing lady, you have given clear instructions and the pattern pieces go together beautifully.
    I take my hat off to you, for this pattern to be free is humbling, you have done a lot of work on it. Thank you so much, I am making a couple of these sloths next weekend, and looking forward to it.
    Caz 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words! I’m really glad you’re enjoying the pattern so far, and I hope your sloths come together well! 💖

  3. Xevikan_Daraxerxes

    This is awesome, thanks so much!!! I made this for my little cousin and she absolutely adores it. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!

  4. I tried to download this patter and, though it did download it tells me it is a “protected view only pattern” and I cannot print it out. Any ideas?

    1. What’s the largest you have ever made one of your patterns? I really want to make a giant sloth for my cousin.

  5. This pattern is absolutely amazing. I made it for my mom and she absolutely loves it. Thank you so very much for this pattern.🦥

  6. I’m making the sloth for a class of preschoolers who voted on a sloth. They requested it in a cute video (my daughter is the teacher). I bought silver minkee for the project, and can’t wait to make it for them. Thanks for making the pattern available for free!

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