Free Pattern Friday! Seal Plush

Seal Plush Sewing Pattern

Hi everyone!
Up next in my list of pattern poll winners was a seal plush! I thought it would be a good opportunity to make another simpler pattern that’s beginner friendly 💖 It’s similar to my previous shark, dolphin, and narwhal plush in construction. It has only 4 pattern pieces and very little hand sewing — so it comes together really fast!

Just like last month’s manta, I rated it a 2/10. It would be great for newbies to practice some new skills and see results right away. I found it was perfect for using long-pile minky, and creates a really fluffy seal. It also looks great in smooth minky too.
As always, the pattern comes with applique templates to make the eyes if you’re using a regular sewing machine or working by hand. A simple muzzle piece is available for this method, as tiny whiskers are difficult to sew with applique. Meanwhile the embroidery files available can make a more detailed muzzle with little whiskers. Everything is 4″ x 4″ hoop friendly, you’ll just need to rotate the fabric to make it fit.
I hope you all like it!

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!

15 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Seal Plush”

  1. Kathy Cuthbertson

    Adorable, you are amazing. You are designing faster than I sew. Congratulations on another cutie!!

  2. It’s so cute! I really love and admire your work, and I think it would be really cool if you considered bringing a snake pattern 😀

  3. Oh my goodness!!! I just bought a seal plushie the other day! I guess she’s getting a pup, lol. All your patterns are amazing, and you are so talented. Thank you!!!

  4. Omg my daughter LOVES seals and has been begging me to make her one. I adore your patterns so this is flippin awesome! 😋 I cannot wait to make one of these for her!

  5. I just finished making this seal with the help of my 7 y.o. daughter. We made her out of grey plush with white speckles and added safety eyes, because we don’t have the patience for embroidery or applique 😁 she turned out wonderful and we’re already planning to try more of your patterns. Thank you so much for being so generous.

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