Black Friday Sale! and New Sitting Puppy Plush Sewing Pattern

Hi everyone! And Happy Thanksgiving to all my people in the US!
Like every year I’m running a Black Friday sale from now through December 2nd!

It’s a ‘buy more, save more’ kind of sale where you get a larger percentage off your purchase depending on the number of items you buy ♥ So there are no coupons to remember, no dollar amounts to reach, everything discounts automatically!
If you just want 1-3 things, it starts at 20% off, at 4-6 items you get 30% off, and at 7 or more items you get 40% off!

And for those that already have everything, I have a new pattern for the sale!

Doing a set of cute puppies was on my list for a while, that’s because I wanted to really do them justice <3 There are so many breeds, and I knew I couldn’t tackle them all but I was really hoping to cover a lot. These pups have a simple sitting pose but come with variations for 5 different kinds of ears and tails as well as 2 kinds of muzzles and bodies. So you can make anything from huskies to pugs to corgis to dachshunds! In order to make doing all the different breed colors less daunting, I’ve created a planning sheet that allows you to color in your own pup and write up a cutting list. There are also instructions for a collar or neck bandana to complete the look.

The pattern comes with applique templates for the different eyes, faces, and paw pads. But if you have an embroidery machine, you can buy the files separately. I hope you’ll give it a look, and maybe it will make some easy holiday gifts for your family and friends!

13 thoughts on “Black Friday Sale! and New Sitting Puppy Plush Sewing Pattern”

  1. Oooooooo I see a rottie or two and a corgi too! 😁 Fabulous idea with the ‘plan your …’ page means I can have whatever doggo I can think of without crying to you to make another specific breed pattern. Thank you loads from Belfast, Northern Ireland and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours xxxx

  2. These are really cute, I really hope that you will consider doing a cat series too! My daughter is super into cats right now, I just picked up your standing cat plush to attempt to make one of her favorite book characters Itty Bitty Princess kitty.

    1. I always open for suggestions! 🙂 I usually create patterns that get the most interest from others — though ones that sound especially fun to me always get a boost ♥

  3. Cool!! My idea is for a Pokeball shaped cloth cover that’s big enough to hold the 24 inch Bulbasaur plush (and possibly the Charmander and Squirtle but they’re different shapes.) It could also be used to hold several smaller plushes. I was thinking zippers along the black part on either side and the round white button in the middle could be a small flap that fastens with Velcro or or something. That way you only have to open it a little bit to add small toys but it can also be opened up all the way. I hope that makes sense! Thanks for reading ☺

      1. I’ve made the cow now and it wasn’t that hard so I’m gonna make this for my brothers birthday

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