Free Pattern Friday! Bat & Cat Girl Doll Plush

Hi everyone!
I’m leaning more on the costume side of the Halloween spirit today! These plush dolls are a much simpler version of the Chibi Human plush dolls from my store. So they have a little more hand sewing and fewer curves, since the version I sell has some complicated bits. It always bothered me that I don’t have a simple doll plush for those that are still starting out, so hopefully this helps some beginners!

In the spirit of Halloween, these cute dolls are in their best bat and cat costumes, complete with animal ear hats and fun printed dresses 😀 So if you have some cute Halloween cotton prints this is the perfect time to bust them out! But since these have the same proportions as my Chibi Human doll plush, you should know they can share clothes with them too! 😉
I rated this one a 4/10 in difficulty since there are some tiny pieces and a good bit of hand sewing, but it’s still much more basic than the paid version. The hat and dress come together especially fast so you can have a whole wardrobe in just a day!

There are applique templates included to make the face and hair, as well as embroidery files too <3 To applique the hair by embroidery machine you need a 5” x 7” hoop, but for just the face it can fit into a 4” x 4” hoop.
I hope these mischievous little girls can make it into your spooky sewing plans too!

Would you like to see how I designed this pattern? You can support me on Patreon for as little as $1 and get behind-the-scenes details!

13 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Bat & Cat Girl Doll Plush”

  1. Hello! I’m a beginner sewer and I’ve been making plushies for my friends. would it be possible to adapt this pattern to make a mind flayer and do you have any advice on how I would do that? Also I will be making it out of felt. Thank you and I love your patterns!

    1. Hello! As a beginner, making a mind flayer might have its challenges, but I’ll do my best to help! I would probably use this free pattern as a way of modifying the doll face: You can use the tentacles there to add it to the doll (it might be best to reduce it by around 75% so it fits the face better). I hope that makes sense or at least gets you started in the right direction!

  2. So flippin cute!!! ^ ^ cant wait to try! I’ve used a few of your patterns before and always wondered what is your best recommendation on fabric? (never been good at picking it out)

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