Halloween Sale! and new Grim Reaper Plush pattern ๐Ÿ’€

Hi everyone! I’m having a Halloween sale from now through the 13th! Everything is at least 20% off and all spooky patterns are 30% off, including a new pattern ๐Ÿ–ค

I’ve had a lot of requests for a Grim Reaper, and Halloween seemed like the perfect time to create one! I really enjoyed the chubby Plague Doctor I created last year, so I decided to make this pattern a similar format. The main pattern is for a chubby little doll with a removable robe and scythe. You can make the chubby doll into a human skeleton (complete with cartoony skull head), kitty skeleton (with tiny fangs!), or a regular kitty. The robe has options to fit the extra kitty ears and tail.

But I’m often asked, “Will these work with your other doll patterns?” So suppose you’ve already collected some of my previous doll patterns? Like the Anthro Dragon, Anthro Bird, or just the regular Chibi Human? Awesome! Then you have even more options. I’ve included an expansion pack so you can turn my main doll collection into various Grim Reapers too. I just could not resist the urge to make a dragon reaper or a bird reaper — so creepy! The expansion shows you how to make their bodies into skeletons and they have their own robe and scythe as well.

The patterns come with applique templates for all those different skull faces and body bones. And if you have an embroidery machine, the embroidery files are included too!
To celebrate the launch, the new pattern will be 30% off from now through the 13th! And for extra Halloween fun, all my spooky patterns will be also be 30% off, and the rest of the shop will be 20% off! I hope you’ll give the new pattern a look! And if you snagged a copy, I hope you enjoy making some creepy reapers!

17 thoughts on “Halloween Sale! and new Grim Reaper Plush pattern ๐Ÿ’€”

  1. So cute and I love that you included the other designs to make a skeleton dragon, it looks great too. Thanks for your talented work in making these patterns and making a lot of people happy

  2. Cute plushie. I see that once again there is a cat variation, which is great, but no dog variation, which is less great. Are there any plans to start including dog variations or to switch it up between dog and cat variations? Some of us are dog people… ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks.

    1. Thank you! ๐Ÿ˜Š Dogs can be tricky since there are so many wildly different breeds and everyone wants to see their own special pup. But I’ll certainly do what I can! ๐Ÿ’–

      1. Oh, that would be amazing! I love dogs! Do u have any at the moment? Thanks for making such wonderful patterns! ๐Ÿ˜Š

      2. Maybe you just need a dog add-on pattern. It could feature a dog shaped head and optional ears and tails. Printed out in different sizes, it could be used with the other figure bodies to create a variety of pups. It might be easier than adding pups to each design. It was just a thought.

  3. Danielle Browning

    I LOVE your patterns SO MUCH!! I was wondering if you would consider doing a Kakapo bird plush pattern, because they are my favorite animal, and I think they would make a really cute plush๐Ÿฅฐ

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  4. Potato Fluff Cat

    YAAAAY! I have been soooooo exited for this. I must say it is exactly what I expected, its PERFECT!

  5. Fernanda Trujillo

    Hi! Seeing these adorable grim reapers brought me to your chubby plague doctor plush and I got to thinking..
    Could I combine the chubby plague doctor body + the human doll head from your human plush set? Would it look proportional? Iโ€™d have to edit the sizing for any clothes from the human doll clothes sets but I loved the chubby look and itโ€™d fit my human character well!

    1. Hello! The heads from the taller human doll unfortunately have a much smaller head, so proportionally it won’t work quite the same.
      According to my calculations, you would need to increase the head about 22% to get similar proportions ๐Ÿ˜Š The head is also attached by machine, so you would need to increase the opening of the neck for it to fit the body as well.
      I hope that answers your questions!

  6. Fernanda Trujillo

    These grim reaper plushies are adorable!
    Is it possible to combine the chubby body with the doll head from your other pattern? Or is the grim reaper body made with the head attached?

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