I’ve got a huge project to share with you all today <3 If you’ve been following the site for the past few years you of course might know of my tutorial infographics. My goal was to cover a lot of the basic info people need for sewing plush toys. There are lots of other amazing sewists tackling the subject, so I thought I’d do mine in a format I hadn’t seen much before (for sewing) – infographics!
While infographics are pretty and look great online, they weren’t very printer-friendly. So since I feel like I covered most topics for plush basics, I finally compiled all the information into a full printable .pdf! What’s great about it is I was able to put in a lot of the information cut from the first drafts of my infographics (since leaving everything in would have made the images miles long, haha!). Altogether the whole .pdf is over 40 pages, so I think it’s fair to call it an eBook 😉
So if you’d like a more printer-friendly version of one of my infographics, or would like to know more about a topic I covered before, I hope you’ll give it a look! Click on the cover below to get your copy!
33 thoughts on “Free Tutorial Collection! Plush Sewing Basics eBook”
This is amazing. Thanks.
♥️ Wow! This is a treasure for people that is just beginning like me. thanks!, your work is amazing
Looks awesome Choly! Love your work!
Thank you, what a generous thing to do!
What an amazing eBook you’ve created! Congratulations!
This is amazing. Thank you so (sew) much for sharing this with us!
Gonna get this printer and bound properly <3 just a suggestion, but I'd love a poster to put above my sewing machine. Maybe just the most important info for quick reference… but would be great for beginners, and would look great in a sewing room.
That sounds like a great (and fun to design) idea! Thank you! I’ll definitely think about it 😀
This is so awesome and perfect timing! My daughter just started learning to sew because she wants to make some of your patterns. I found one of your books at my local Joann store that I wanted to get her for her birthday today, but the only copy was all beat up and I have a policy against gifting beat up books, so this will make a wonderful substitute until I can find another copy in good condition.
Thank you Ms. Knight!
Oh wow, that’s wonderful to hear! No worries on the Joann book 🙂 This ebook has info directed more towards plush-making than my printed books anyhow 😀
I hope her learning goes well!
Thank you so much!!!
This is phenomenal!! The first thing I wanted to do was heart this post! Thank you so much!! 💕💕💕
This makes it easy for me and my granddaughters to be able to sew these Thank you so much.
Thank you so much, this is awesome!
thank you so much!!! This is AMAZING!!!
Thank you so much. This is really awesome! You are so generous to share your knowledge. Really appreciate it.
This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing it! 😀
Thank you for sharing this great resource!
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Thank you so much for this!!!
Thank you so much for your generosity.Love your work
Thanks so much. This helps me greatly. As I am still a newbie when it comes to sewing.
Wow, thank you!
Fabulous PDF! Thanks for sharing
Thank you for taking the time to compile this booklet. The information is a must-have for a beginner working with such fabrics.
Thank you for such an informative piece. Love the stitch descriptions and can’t wait to share it with a beginner sewer.
I love this and I have a comment on embroidery scissors and seam rippers. I sew by hand and my embroidery scissors don’t quite line up at the end, they overlap, so they make great sea rippers. Just if anyone else has a sewing kit without a seam ripper.
I am gobsmacked by how much information, patterns and so much more is shared on this site FOR FREE! Thank you. This is a new hobby for me in my old age and I am steadily working my way through the patterns. Loving it!!
Oh wow, that’s so wonderful to hear! I’m really glad the information has been helpful!
I’m not sure if you’ve seen it, but I have a newer version of this guide as well that’s more hands-on and includes test projects. In case you were interested 😊