Choly Knight

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Free Patterns – Plushies

Welcome to my Free Pattern section! Here you’ll find projects of all different types that reflect my love of kawaii things. I like to share patterns that are beginner-friendly so newbies can try out sewing without a lot of risk, patterns for established characters since they don’t infringe on the creator, and patterns that are experimental and unusual so maybe we can both learn something from them. Enjoy your browsing!
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Plushies:

68 thoughts on “Free Patterns – Plushies

  1. Hey, I love your patterns, but wanted to let you know the link to the triforce pillow is broken and just links to the Wampa pattern.

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  3. It seems the bat plush link is broken. It keeps saying “page not found”.

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  6. Love, love love, your projects. I just finished a Neko atsume. I was wondering if you have tips on how to have the eyes in the same spot? Thanks

    • In addition to the trick I use in step 1 (where I hold the eye, then slide the paper pattern away), you could also fold the fabric in half after they’re fused to be sure they’ve lined up ๐Ÿ™‚ Holding it up to a mirror to see if it looks right reversed is another good trick. But I mostly just do a quick measure from the edge of the eye to the edge of the fabric to be sure the numbers match up for both.
      I hope one of those helps!

      • Hey its me from etys I absolutely love your patterns they are the best I seen in a while I love making plushes but have trouble with patterns so this going to be go to place from now on ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  7. I would love it if you could help me design a Stormfly plush from how to train your dragon. I’ve been looking everywhere in thrift stores for a cheap Stormfly build-a-bear that I can disassemble and learn to create the body. I’ve tried sketching my own patterns but they never look all that great. She is my favorite dragon and your Toothless looks so nice I figured you are the right person to help me out. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Looking for were wolf pattern

  9. Hi !

    I really love all your plushies patterns !
    Do you think the narwhal ou dino plushies are suitable for a 1 year old baby ?

    Thanks !

    • I don’t have first hand experience with it, but I think it should be okay ๐Ÿ™‚ I know appliqueing the eyes is good since they can’t be pulled off, and the tiny horn, legs, and fins might be easy to grab onto.

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  11. I have two requests for 2018
    If you make cat bus and jiji it would just make my day.

  12. These are so amazing. I was looking online to see what stuff i could give to my friends and I came across your blog and it is amazing. I am so excited to try these out and give them to my friends. Especially since I want them to know that I am always there for them. So thank you so much for making these super cute plushie patterns they are super cute.

  13. I love your patterns and made a few of your box shiba inus for friends and family for Christmas. This has lead me to discover my great enjoyment of sewing and I’ve even begun to try to my own at making patterns (with minimal success but I will keep trying), but I was wondering if you allow your free patterns to be used to make plushes with the intent to sell?

    • I’m so glad you’re enjoying the patterns ๐Ÿ˜€ That’s so great to hear!
      You are definitely allowed to sell items you’ve made with the patterns. Crediting me (Choly Knight) or my brand (Sew Desu Ne?) would be much appreciated if you’re able ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Recently finished the Koi Plush! I’m gonna be just handsewing the eye appliques on, since the hearts stayed put easy enough for me to hand sew them. But they’re super cute! Bigger than I expected, but that’s definitely a plus.

    Next to try is the Octopus I bought from you!

  15. You are my fav toy designer Choly! I love how you make them look sooooooooooo cute!!!

  16. Its truly an amazing and adorable plishie! The pdf I downloaded cut out part of the pattern, so I’m left with half the body and some other weird pieces. If you could tell me how to fix this that would be great! Thanks!!!

  17. Has the Wampa pattern been deleted?

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  19. We LOVE you free designs. I am teaching to girls 7 & 9 how to sew. We found you page, and we just love it.
    Free Patterns โ€“ Plushies Your embroidery designs for them. Do you have them in smaller hoop size. My hoop is B hoop inside is 8 3/4 X 6 3/8 inch. I tried to resize but not sure how. We would love to have these is a JEF format to fit my hoop.
    Thank you Marion, Anabelle and Amelia

    • Thank you so much for the kind words! I’m so glad the patterns have been working well for you!
      I am sorry that the embroidery files are causing trouble! They should actually fit the hoop you mentioned. I know that the way I exported them in the past didn’t jive well with Janome machines and .jef formats, but I’ve since found the issue. So all of the patterns with embroidery should have working .jef files for download now ๐Ÿ™‚ If there was a certain one you needed I can message it to you directly, but you can find the whole list in the link โ™ฅ
      I hope that helps!

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  21. Do u guys have categories like magazine

  22. I really love your plush patterns what a taleted lady you are. My great nephew now has the bat and I have just finished a purple and green toothless for his Christmas present. I’m going to have a go at the dragon scarf next. Thank you so much.

  23. Hi there! How do you feel about people selling creations made from one of your patterns? I wouldn’t be selling the pattern itself, of course.

    • You are more than welcome to sell items you’ve sewn from my patterns ๐Ÿ™‚ A credit back to me would be most welcome, but not absolutely necessary.
      Thanks so much for asking!

  24. I absolutely love the Love dragon pattern! Easy to make such a small and cute dragon plushie! I’m also planning to do the bat so I can have a gift to give to my friend! Thank you so much for the patterns!

  25. Schรถn! Gute Anleitungen , Super!!!
    Gut, auch mal was kostenlos!
    Weiter so!

  26. omg they’re all so cute! I’m thinking of which one to do. btw your floppy dragon pattern turned out great๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป

  27. Hey, I love love your patterns. They are so cute! Iโ€™ve made a couple for my family already and I was wondering if I could donate the animals I make from your patterns to a childrens hospital? Thanks!

  28. please make a jiji pattern. my daughters want me to make one but I cannot find one. your patterns are great. please help.

  29. hi! i ran across your page trying to find a way to make a narwhal horn (i made the pattern, it…. wasn’t great, but the recipient loved it) in my second attempt at plushies. i very quickly was drawn back and made the axolotl (at half size, because i didn’t think i had enough fabric ๐Ÿ™„). anyway, i’m working on the bat now at full-size and i have several projects lined up for various reasons soon. i just ahve a few questions. first, when you’re doing seams that aren’t basting or a ladder stitch, do you use a machine? second, what do you use to sew the appliques after fusing them (machine or hand sew)? and finally, on older patterns such as the love koi what does the arrow represent? sorry for the long reply, i really love your page and i’m excited for my plushies!

    • Thanks so much for trying out some of my patterns and for the kind words about them! I’m glad you’re excited ๐Ÿ˜€
      To answer your questions, when I’m doing a regular straight stitch I do use a machine ๐Ÿ™‚ Though if you wanted to sew by hand you could also use a back stitch.
      I also machine sew my applique using a zigzag stitch right over the raw edge of the applique fabric.
      And regarding the arrows on the older patterns, that’s for the nap or grain of the fabric. I hope that clears things up!

      • thanks for replying! I’m actually coping with exam stress with this bat, and it’s good to see that ive been sewing right lol. I’ll definitely keep the applique machine sewing in mind for my next thing; something for my mother!

  30. Wow i love this, Thank you so much

  31. My SO keeps whacking me in the face with the Chain Chomp I made her. I blame you entirely. ๐Ÿ˜›

  32. thank you for all these awesome free patterns. I made the love koi (one of them) for a new baby that’s coming to my daycare soon. also my daughter of 13 is delighted to try to make toothless. We’re having so much fun with this!

  33. Thank you very much for these patterns and brilliant detailed instruction!!!

  34. Do these patterns work with hand stitching as well or should i invest in a machine?

  35. Hi! I love your patterns and am trying to make a stuffed Italian greyhound but I’m having trouble with the muzzle. Is there any chance you could put out a pattern for that? No pressure ๐Ÿ™‚

  36. Thank you for sharing these patterns! I find this difficulty rating pretty amazing. And those Shiba Cube plushies are so adorable!!!!

  37. I really love these patterns! Have you ever thought of doing other Final Fantasy creatures? Spriggans, perhaps? ๐Ÿ™‚

  38. Good Day, I simply love your patterns. I have made a couple for my son as well as other family members. Do you have a Pikachu and a bunny pattern perhaps? Thank you for making the patterns free as well.

  39. I just finished my first-ever 3D plush with your narwhal pattern! I decided to just keep him a whale though, because none of the fabric I have around goes well for the horn. He’s the first thing I’ve made on my new sewing machine! He’s pretty lopsided, and one of the darts makes a point instead of rounding him, but goodness he’s SO CUTE and the perfect size. Seriously, thank you for all the work you put into these patterns. I’m going to be using a lot of them to learn to machine sew now :3

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