Free Pattern Friday! Giraffe Plush

Hi everyone!
This animal is up next on my pattern poll list — a sweet little giraffe! It seems like another great companion to the previous cow and elephant I did earlier in the year. I had a hard time deciding whether to make the face long or give it a cute chubby snout. As you can see I decided for the latter. I also couldn’t resist giving it tiny stumpy legs despite the elegant long neck. What really brings it all together are the cute horns (technically called ossicones — you learn something new every day!) and the fun spots.
Just like the cow and elephant, this plush has a tiny 4-legged body that requires some extra patience to get the belly seams lined up. But I do my best to break it down into simple steps. If you’ve made the other plush before you’ll find this body comes together much the same.
With all that in mind, I rated it a 4/10 in difficulty. As always, the pattern comes with applique templates to make the face and spots if you’re using a regular sewing machine or working by hand. There are also embroidery files available if you have an embroidery machine. They’re 4″ x 4″ hoop sized, you’ll just need to rotate the face to make it fit.
I hope you all like it!

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17 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Giraffe Plush

  1. It looks so cute. Here goes my weekend I can’t wait to make one. Thank you Choly Knight you are an amazingly talented person.

  2. Another amazing pattern! I can’t wait to make these and have a long list of things to complete in time for Christmas. Thank you so much for being, well, just an amazingly creative and generous person!!

  3. Yes! Finally! I’ve been waiting for this one for forever. My mom loves giraffes so I will be definitely making one. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

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