Choly Knight

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New Shop Pattern! Chibi Human Doll Plush

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Hello everyone!
I’ve got a new pattern that I’ve recently added to my Etsy shop 😀

As promised, I finally have a human doll pattern! It was probably my most requested pattern to add to my collection, so I hope you all enjoy how it turned out ❤ It took a lot of trial and error, but I’m really happy with the result.
It has some similarities in the body to the Anthro doll from last month, and that’s so the two can share clothes! This pattern comes with a casual clothes collection, featuring a cuffed sweater, dress, underwear, socks, shoes, and shorts. But they can also wear the cape and backpack from the Anthro Doll pattern.
It comes with loads of different hair styles too, including several styles for flat hair as well as a Mohawk and hair you can sew in locks. With these locks you can braid the hair into many really intricate looks. And to top it off there are 3 different ear styles, including a classic human ear, elf ears, and cat ears so you can make kitty people!

Like the anthro dolls, the hardest part of the plush is definitely the arms, though unfortunately that’s what helps them hang down instead of outward. But if you were able to tackle them with the anthro dolls then these won’t be much different.
One thing that might help is this pattern has some accompanying embroidery files you can purchase! The two styles of eyes are available together in one pack. The lashed eyes are a bit wider and can only fit 5” x 7” hoops, but the non-lashed eyes are just narrow enough to fit in 4” x 4” hoops. But the design pack also includes standalone eyes and faces in case you want to put them on a different plush.

To celebrate its launch, the pattern will be 30% off for the first weekend, and the embroidery files will be 50% off! I hope you’ll give it a look! And if you snagged a copy, I hope you enjoy it!

3 thoughts on “New Shop Pattern! Chibi Human Doll Plush

  1. I’m so excited to try out this pattern!! I have read through the PDF, and there are so many complex pieces to this pattern, but the instructions are so clear and thorough. I love that there are tips for customizing the hairstyles.

    What are the names of the minky colors you used for the various skin tones in the examples? I’m trying to find something for the character I have in mind but it’s so difficult buying online.

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