Free Pattern Friday! Moogle Plush

Hi everyone! Kupo!

After I made a Chocobo pattern back in June of last year, I had an overwhelming slew of requests to make a Moogle. How could I say no when Final Fantasy is pretty much my favorite video game franchise? This little guy has all the classic Moogle features, a big red pom pom, tiny wings, smiling eyes, and of course a big red nose. I also love that they have pudgy little bellies and fluffy neck ruffs too โ™ฅ

It has a lot of little pieces that are sewn on by hand, like the wings and arms. Luckily the neck ruff helps cover any mistakes with the neck if it gives you a tough time. But overall I gave it a 3/10 in difficulty.

You can sew all the features with fusible web applique or using the embroidery files Iโ€™ve included below. The face is small enough to sew entirely in a 4″ x 4″ hoop so no one is left out!
I hope all you Final Fantasy fans like it!

28 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Moogle Plush

  1. I’ve been hoping you’d do a moogle pattern for sooooooooooo long and I knew that if you ever did one you wouldn’t disappoint! Thanks for such a cute pattern and keep up the amazing work~

  2. I love you for releasing this. We will have an army of moogles in this home soon ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ thank you

  3. Thank you so much for this Moogle, my daughter is having a FFXIV themed wedding in June and I am hoping I can make a few of these for the event

  4. Oh my gosh, that is just too cute. Thank you. I really like a lot that you mention where this character is from because that really helps me. (and probably others who are older and looking for things to make grandchildren or their own grown children)
    I know my grandchildren will love this.
    Thanks again!

  5. Absolutely perfect!! Moogles are my GF’s absolute favorite and this pattern came out just in time for our late valentine exchange!

  6. Ils sont tellement mignons.
    They look very dinky with their smile.
    Keep us attentive to your beautiful, enjoyable, inventive, imagination.
    Merci
    Yolande

  7. I’ve been following your work for quite some time now and this one hits close to home for me. I’ve got a friend that really need some cheering up. He professes that he is the clown of our bunch. He is always happy for everyone, when he is really the one that needs some cheering up. I think this pattern is going to be the perfect addition to his care package. I just hope he doesn’t see it on your site as well and make it for himself first. Thank you so much for offering the free patterns for us in addition to being able to purchase patterns on your Etsy or your books. It’s greatly appreciated.

    1. You’re so welcome! I’m really glad my patterns might be able to help in some small way ๐Ÿ™‚ And I hope your friend’s care package goes really well! โ™ฅ

  8. Thank you! I finally found you and all the good stuff you do! I’m so happy to be following you! Have a great and wonderful day! I see you soon! ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ

  9. This is such a cool pattern! Would you ever consider making an Alpaca plush pattern, I’ve been wanting to make one, but I haven’t found an affordable pattern that looks good.

  10. Wow!! I’m currently making the chocobo. It will be the first plush I make, I’m a beginner.
    I came looking to see what other patterns you had for FF. I was very excited to see that you had a moogle too!
    Do you have any plans for other FF plush?

    1. I have no immediate plans but I’m always open to more suggestions ๐Ÿ™‚ I had just a few people request a Carbuncle and one request for Namazu. So if I get more I’ll see about fitting them into my future plans!

  11. I just made this plush this weekend! It turned out so great. Thank you soooo much!!! Your instructions were wonderful, and the pattern was perfect.

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