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21 DIY Softies to Sew

21 DIY softies to sew!

Grab some fat quarters and sew up some adorable little softies! These cute little stuffed animals are perfect for gifts. I found 21 DIY softies to sew that will make you want to make a bunch and save them for birthdays in the future! Perfect for using scraps, too! All you need is a sewing machine and some of your favorite fabric because these patterns are free! 

21 DIY Softies to Sew

  1. Myrtle the Purl Turtle for The Purl Bee by Purl Soho
  2. Stuffed Fox by Stitched By Crystal
  3. DIY Nessie by Hannah for We Lived Happily Ever After
  4. DIY Flamingo by 2nd Funniest Thing
  5. Henry and Helga Elephant Softies by Christina McKinney for Fabric Worm
  6. Little Fishy Pattern by Lauri Springer for The Latest from Lauri
  7. Seahorse Rattle by Little Button Diaries
  8. Microwavable Owl Softie by Aimee for Wallflower Girl
  9. Tommy T-Rex Pattern by Bit of Whimsy Dolls
  10. Rhino Bookend by Alex for A Lion’s Nest
  11. Mr Ted Pattern by Plush Patterns
  12. Fabric Birds by Helen Philipps
  13. Soft Toy Giraffe by Claire for Prints to Polka Dots
  14. Handmade Stuffed Animals by Sarah for The Good Weekly
  15. Whale Plushies by Christina McKinney for Birch Fabrics
  16. Stuffed Toy Snakes by Ashley for Make It – Love It
  17. Bear on Parade Pattern by Jodie Carleton
  18. How to Sew a Stuffed Snail by Narelle for Cook Clean Craft
  19. Bunny Rabbit Softies by Melanie for Crafty Cupboard
  20. Doxie Dog Pattern by Kim Kruzich
  21. Walli the Whale by We Lived Happily Ever After

Love those and want more? Check out these great toys to sew for kids.


 

Comments

  1. Dee says

    Hello,
    I wanted to thank you for the patterns you post. I crafted the fox, used same pattern to make a raccoon(altered face a little), and some other animals to create a Woodland Friends Baby Shower. The animals were the center of the decor and a hit! I would love to send you a picture of the finished product if you are interested.
    Thank you!

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