Choly Knight

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Free Pattern Friday! Sloth Plush

46 Comments

Hi everybody!
Throughout a lot of last year I had many requests for a sloth plush ❤ 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!

46 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Sloth Plush

  1. Loooooove it!!!

  2. but where is the link? 😮 I need this baby in my life!

  3. This pattern is soooo cute! Thank you for making it and offering it to us free of charge. I’ve learned so much from you and continue to learn with each pattern of yours I make. Your instructions are excellent with thoroughness and clarity.

  4. Many thanks for this new pattern, this new animal is so cute !!!! I will start to make it for my children (3) this week-end, the weather is bad here (France). I will send a picture to you when they will be finished.
    I also make my own plush patterns, bags and leather booties, if you want to discover my work, my facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/OJolisMomes/
    Have a good week-end !

  5. sooooooo much cuteness here!!!!

  6. Fabric – check. Stuffing – check. On your mark, get set and I’m off to make some sloths. You have made me a very happy plush maker!

  7. merci beaucoup pour ce patron c’est très gentil

  8. What size are the embroidery files for?

  9. Literally was searching for a pattern for a sloth and making a pattern in my head when I stumbled on this. LOVE this pattern!!! You’re amazing, Thank you!! Already cutting it out. Gonna try to make a lovey blanket using the sloth head 😉

  10. He is adorable! Thanks so much for designing him 😁

  11. Thank you for the cute pattern AND the embroidery files. I am looking forward to trying to sew this sloth!

  12. cute! the furry one especially, i guess i’ll need to visit fabric shop…

  13. Your patterns are so fantastic even an occasional sewer like me can make them, thanks so much Choly!

  14. trp rigolo
    bravo et merci beaucoup

  15. Thanks so much for this pattern, I was searching for a sloth pattern. You are the best!!
    By the way, where did you found the fabric for the grey sloth? What is the name of this type of fabric?
    Thanks 🙂

  16. It’s cute !!!
    As your can make every animal super cute (even jelly fish !), won’t you try to create a turtle pattern ? It could very fun ^_^
    And thank for all your free pattern, they are really great and make nice birth gifts for my friends babies ; )

  17. Unfortunately I don’t have an embroidery machine so from now on your patterns will be hard for me to sew… 😦
    Could you please also add applique files as well as embroidery files? Thanks so much!

    • This pattern still has applique templates — the gray one and mint green one are done with applique as examples 🙂 All the future patterns will still have applique too! I still personally prefer applique over embroidery so that will always be an option.

  18. So excited to make this. A plush sloth pattern is something of a need in my life =^_^=

  19. I made your sloth, gave it to my son for his birthday. He LOVED it. We loved the show Zootopia (Deloris, Deloris, Deloris! What do you call a camel with 3 humps??) haha

    Anyway, AWESOME pattern!! Thanks again!

  20. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern!

  21. Hi! I was wondering what the fabric is called that you used for the rosebud mint sloth and where you got it. Thanks!

  22. I Love it ❤️

  23. Thank you!! 🙂

  24. encore un joli modèle
    merci et bravo

  25. this pattern is soooo cute! what type of fabric did you use for the grey sloth? 🐱

  26. Awesome! I will trying repeat it. Thank you ❤

  27. What a lovely pattern…I’m so going to try this but on a mini scale…I like a small pattern challenge.

  28. Love this pattern!

  29. Hi,
    Your patterns are so amazing. My nieces should love them if i sew them very well like yours😁

    Thank you

  30. this will be my first try-my GD loves sloths; so I hope the will bring a smile to her face-wish me luck and TY so much for making it possible

  31. Love it

  32. The embroidery files link is not working… : (

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