I’ve got a new plush pattern I’ve added to my shop!
I’m keeping the anthro animal train going with these anthro hoofed animals like unicorns, deer, and goats! They have intricate angled legs that make them perfect for fauns/satyrs (a human/goat hybrid) too!
It’s part of my doll series, so it can wear many of the same clothes are my other dolls and their expansions. As an example, I swapped out the recent anthro bird head and arms to make this cute hippogriff, and she’s sporting one of the dresses from the Witch Expansion.
As with previous animals, pants can be a little tricky due to the tail, so a pants pattern is included that fits the strange legs nicely. The clothing set is cottage core themed this time, which I hoped would be perfect for spring! In addition to the little cuffed pants, you’ll find flowy, ruffly, dresses, a breezy tunic, and a cute suspender skirt. To top it off is a cozy coat and scarf.
As always, the sewing pattern contains applique templates to make the faces by hand or regular sewing machine. If you do have an embroidery machine, you’ll find those files sold separately.
To celebrate the launch, the new pattern will be 30% off from now through Sunday, April 4th. Meanwhile the embroidery will be 50% off. All other spring patterns (like rabbits, birds, and desserts) will be 20% off, the rest of the shop will be 10% off. I hope you’ll give them a look! And if you snagged a copy of the new pattern, I hope you enjoy it!
10 thoughts on “New Shop Pattern! Faun & Anthro Animal Doll Plush”
I’m 11 years old and these patterns are so fun to make.
I’ve hand-sewed the Floppy dragon, Unikitty Plush, Toothless, the bat plush, the narwhal, and a couple more that I can’t remember 😅
Your patterns are so amazing, and the next one I might sew is the Reversible Dragon!
Thanks again for all the amazing patterns, and stay safe!
(A little bit of my world got brighter when I discovered your patterns.)
Thank you for the kind words about the patterns! I’m so glad you’re enjoying them ♥ That’s very impressive how many you made — and all by hand too! I hope you enjoy what’s to come in the future 🙂
Ooh! I’m going to have to purchase this pattern. I would love to use the Faun pattern to make a Mr. Tumnus from Narnia. By the way, I absolutely love the way you make your patterns, and I can’t wait to see what you do next! I wrote a post about your patterns on my blog. You can read the article here: https://storyofachristiangirl.wordpress.com/2021/02/13/choly-knight-a-favorite-pattern-source/.
Thank you so much for the kind words and the lovely blog post ♥ I’m glad you’re enjoying the patterns and that you saw the Mr. Tumnus influence too 🙂
Hi Choly, I don’t know if you check these replies, but I would like to know what type of document or app you use to make your sewing patterns because I am making some myself for a friend of mine.
Hello! I personally use Adobe Illustrator to design the templates, and Adobe InDesign to create the photo instructions 🙂
Hi cholyknight! Thanks so much for this pattern! I was able to change it a bit to make it into my dog OC!
Hi, if I were to buy the Woodland animal eyes 2, what size do I use for a full size hoofed anthro animal? Also how do I get the embroidery to match where the eyes are in the pattern? And are you gonna do a contest this year? I wanna try out for one! I love your patterns so much! 😁
Hello! If you were to buy the Woodland Animal Eyes #2, you’d want to use the eyes labeled 1.9″ wide for the Hoofed Anthro Animal 😊 To get it to match within the pattern, you can use the applique guidelines printed on the paper template to get the eyes in the same general area.
I hope that helps!
It does! Thanks! 😊