Free Soft Toy Sewing Patterns | Cute Characters

By | January 23, 2013 at 4:31 pm | 6 comments | Blog, Sewing

The stitched characters in our free soft toy sewing patterns eBook will delight all ages! These sewing projects make great gifts for friends and family and are really simple to make. The eBook features 4 adorable free soft toy sewing patterns including a mischievous mouse, a lovable lion, a curious caterpillar and a mad monster.

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Download our free soft toy sewing patterns eBook to learn how to make these 4 cute characters! As well as templates for all the designs, the section at the back of the book advises you on the basic tools you’ll need and the simple sewing techniques involved to achieve professional results. Whether you are looking for a fun new project or want to create a keepsake for someone special, this must-have eBook offers 4 adorable sewn toy patterns that you will enjoy making time and time again.

More free soft toy sewing patterns

For more free soft toy sewing patterns, check out the following links for some other unique designs:

Menswear Bunny – This toy is made from suiting fabrics, which gives it an unusual look. Try experimenting with coloured wool flannel or cotton shirt fabrics and choose a different pattern for the inside of the ears.

Donkey Softie – You definitely won’t want to part with this cute donkey with its pink ears and fringed mane!

Adorable Elephant – Create this elephant toy from 101 Ways to Stitch Craft Create using beautiful floral fabrics. Pick a contrasting colour for the ears to give your toy some extra personality!

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Pretty Penguin – This penguin toy, made from bold black and white patterned fabrics, would also look great displayed on a mantelpiece or window sill.

Molly Monkey – This cute monkey doll has a colourful outfit and hat, which could be personalised by using favourite fabrics. Use bright patterned fabrics for a bold look.

Long Eared Mini Doll – This toy project from Stray Sock Sewing is so simple to make. Just grab an unwanted sock and start sewing!

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Kitty and Rabbit – These mini cat and rabbit toys can be made using calico or linen for a natural look. Try different embroidery techniques to create unique facial features.

Monster Pillow – This furry pillow doubles up as a quirky monster toy for your child. Make it using bright fur fabric and then decorate with felt shapes.

Whale Trio – Make these whales using scraps of fabric from your stash. It’s amazing how different they look when you use different colours and patterned fabrics.

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6 Comments

  1. Carlisle Botha (11 months ago)

    Beautiful stuff. How do I get your penquin pattern?

    • Crafty Jen (11 months ago)

      If you click on the ‘Pretty Penguin’ text above, it will link to the instructions.

  2. Trudy Hill (8 months ago)

    Hi, just tried to print out the soft toy ebook but it is only printing out every other page because the page size is took large (looks like you’ve put them on A3). How do I get it to print the right hand side of the page? Also how do I manage to enlarge the pattern templates by 200% when that means that won’t fit on an A4 page? Sorry if I’m being silly but I can’t figure out how to do it (I’m on a Mac).

    Any help would be gratefully received.

    Kind regards
    Trudy

    • Crafty Jen (8 months ago)

      You should have an option to ’tile’ or ‘scale’ when you print and then select a size. If you’re viewing the ebook in Adobe Acrobat, select ‘Poster’ and then enter 200% in the ‘Tile Scale’ box. The templates are larger than A4, so will print across numerous pages and you’ll need to stick them to together to use.

  3. Mo (2 months ago)

    File does seem to be set up for A3 size. I cannot print the right side of the pages in the e-book. It is printing only the 19 pages on A4!

    I am not even at the template printing stage yet.

    Can you help please?

    p.s. I bought the Gerbera Giraffe and it seems to print correctly.

    Mo

    • Crafty Jen (2 months ago)

      The PDF has been set up to print as individual A4 pages, but if you open it in Adobe Acrobat, or a similar PDF viewer, you should be able to select to print multiple pages together on a larger paper size.

      The templates need to be enlarged by 200%, so you can either print these pages at A3 size or tile the templates over multiple A4 pages.

      Hope that helps! Let me know if you’re still having issues with printing.

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