Free Pattern Friday! Luna, Artemis, & Diana Plush

Hey everyone!
I’m back to pulling the top-ranking characters from my pattern poll, and up next on the list is Luna from Sailor Moon! And of course that means I have to do Artemis and Diana too!
This adorable kitty family has a cute “sitting pretty” pose; sitting straight up with arms out in front and tiny back paws beneath the legs. They have small little noses and big expressive eyes just like in the anime.
The forehead is a separate piece that makes the sewing near the nose a little tricky, and there are a lot of curves to sew and points to match up in the arms and legs. So with that in mind I rated it a 5/10.
As always, the pattern comes with applique templates to make the face and other details. These will work if you’re sewing the details by regular machine or by hand. If you have an embroidery machine, you’ll find the embroidery files available for download here or with the buttons below. Every file has a 4×4 friendly option, though they might be rotated for them to fit in the hoop. I hope you all like it!

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11 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Luna, Artemis, & Diana Plush”

  1. These are wonderful and the pieces look very simple to put together!

    If I may make a suggestion, I think a Kyubey pattern would look great with the same shapes but different embroidery + ears!

  2. Woah these are so great, thank you! Can’t wait to make them!
    By the way, what font did you use for the “Luna Artemis & Diana plush” text? I love the swirls of the capital letters and the simplicity of the others.

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