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30+ Sweet Softies: {Free Patterns & Tutorials}

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These softies are so cute, perfect for gift giving and stocking stuffers. They’re each sewn in fabric or felt, all patterns and tutorials are available free online.

I had no idea how difficult it was to find free tutorials for non-monster-alien-ish stuffies! Several Easter themed softies available too but I decided to keep the list from being overrun with rabbits, only one is included in the list below. Check out the Free Bunny Pattern Roundup if you’re looking for bunnies.

Sweet Softies: Free Patterns & Tutorials

Joyful Bear Tutorial By howjoyful.com

Joyful Bear Tutorial By howjoyful.com

Joyful Bear Tutorial: Includes a free pdf to download that is loaded with pattern pieces.

Pillow Buddy Tutorial: Tutorial is in two parts, the second is here. Free pdf pattern download available.

Pillow Buddy Tutorial By twelvecraftstillchristmas.blogspot.com

Pillow Buddy Tutorial By twelvecraftstillchristmas.blogspot.com

Oopsie the Octopus By modabakeshop.com

Oopsie the Octopus By modabakeshop.com

Oopsie the Octopus: Available via free pdf download (click the print friendly version link at the bottom of tutorial).

Hamie the Hedgie: Adorable! Made of felt. Free pattern pieces to download.

Hamie the Hedgie By lollychops.com

Hamie the Hedgie By lollychops.com

Mooshy Belly Bunny By chezbeeperbebe.blogspot.com

Mooshy Belly Bunny By chezbeeperbebe.blogspot.com

Mooshy Belly Bunny: An easy plushie to make–you can turn this out in about 1 hour.

Molly Monkey Pattern: Adorable! Pattern download via zip file (pdf).

Molly Monkey Pattern By mmmcrafts.blogspot.com

Molly Monkey Pattern By mmmcrafts.blogspot.com

Ruby Doll Tutorial By oneredrobin.com

Ruby Doll Tutorial By oneredrobin.com

Ruby Doll Tutorial: Instructions and pattern for a
simple and versatile little doll. Free pdf pattern download.

Angel Doll: Instructions and pattern pieces via free pdf download.

Angel Doll Pattern By pinoyinoz.blogspot.com

Angel Doll Pattern By pinoyinoz.blogspot.com

Lucey Goosey Pattern By thelongthread.com

Lucey Goosey Pattern By thelongthread.com

Lucey Goosey: Made with canvas, heavyweight cotton, tweed, wool felt, etc. Free pdf pattern download.

Alpaca: Sweet ‘lil alpaca in saddle and reins, free pdf pattern download.

Alpaca Stuffie Pattern By shishigirl.blogspot.com

Alpaca Stuffie Pattern By shishigirl.blogspot.com

Elephant Softie Pattern By shishigirl.blogspot.com

Elephant Softie Pattern By shishigirl.blogspot.com

Elephant Softie: It’s a 2-d stuffie, so if you just increase the pattern size, you can make an elephant pillow.

Duck Plushy: Two pdf downloads, one for the pattern pieces and the other is the tutorial.

Duck Plushy Pattern By mariskavos.nl

Duck Plushy Pattern By mariskavos.nl

Fabric Mouse Tutorial By espritcabane.com

Fabric Mouse Tutorial By espritcabane.com

Fabric Mouse Tutorial: Here is a mouse you can make out of linen canvas and fabric remnants. Pattern pieces via jpg file (free).

Plattie The Platypus: Made with pink fleece, this is a simple project for beginners.

Plattie The Platypus By craftbits.com

Plattie The Platypus By craftbits.com

Calico Kitty Pattern By cherryskin.blogspot.com

Calico Kitty Pattern By cherryskin.blogspot.com

Calico Kitty Pattern: Free pattern piece download (jpg file).

Stuffed Pig Tutorial: Stuffed pig of pink felt. You may use any fabric, e.g. fleece, imitation suede, and so on.

Stuffed Pig Tutorial By dollmaker.nunodoll.com

Stuffed Pig Tutorial By dollmaker.nunodoll.com

Terry Cat Tutorial By dollmaker.nunodoll.com

Terry Cat Tutorial By dollmaker.nunodoll.com

Terry Cat: Soft stuffed cat of terry cloth (pile cloth) of towel. It’s washable.

Pointy Kitty: Free pdf pattern download.

Pointy Kitty By weewonderfuls.typepad.com

Pointy Kitty By weewonderfuls.typepad.com

Lucky Ducky By noseynest.blogspot.com

Lucky Ducky By noseynest.blogspot.com

Lucky Ducky: Made with felt and a scrap of fabric for the pouch.

Stripe-y Cat: Pattern available via free pdf download.

Stripe-y Cat By greenkitchen.com

Stripe-y Cat By greenkitchen.com

Stuffed Mouse Pattern By sewingstars.com

Stuffed Mouse Pattern By sewingstars.com

Stuffed Mouse Pattern: Two pdf downloads, one for the pattern pieces and the other for the instructions.

Softie Scotty: Too cute! Made with felt.

Softie Scotty By allsorts.typepad.com

Softie Scotty By allsorts.typepad.com

Sweet Lamb Pattern By patternbee.com

Sweet Lamb Pattern By patternbee.com

Sweet Lamb: Pattern makes a 6 x 6-inch stuffed lamb.

Purl Frog: Stuffed with dried mung beans, lentils, or buckwheat.

Purl Frog Pattern By purlbee.com

Purl Frog Pattern By purlbee.com

Spring Chicken Pattern By sewmamasew.com

Spring Chicken Pattern By sewmamasew.com

Spring Chicken Pattern: Made with coordinating pieces of fabric, polyester or wool toyfill, small buttons for the eyes and other embellishments as you like. Free pdf pattern download.

Mr. Seahorse: Nice job! The tail curls up at the bottom, free pdf pattern download available.

Mr. Seahorse Softie By liaspace.com

Mr. Seahorse Softie By liaspace.com

Sock Dog Tutorial By createstudio.blogspot.com

Sock Dog Tutorial By createstudio.blogspot.com

Sock Dog Tutorial: Made with a large men’s sized sock, stuffing, a bit of ribbon for the collar and a button for the nose. Cute!

Cotton Candy Kitty: Made with Minky Double-Sided Cuddle Fabric, scraps of quilting cotton, fiberfill, embroidery floss and buttons for the eyes.

Cotton Candy Kitty By sew4home.com

Cotton Candy Kitty By sew4home.com

Owl Stuffies Tutorial By hammerandthread.blogspot.com

Owl Stuffies Tutorial By hammerandthread.blogspot.com

Owl Stuffies Tutorial: Sew a cute owl with 3 coordinating fabrics, a bit of orange felt, polyfill and fabric paint or felt for the eyes. Free pattern file download (jpg).

Donkey Softie: Adorable donkey in grey with pretty pink for the ears and tummy area. Complete tutorial and pattern pieces available via free pdf download.

Donkey Softie Pattern By etsy.com

Donkey Softie Pattern By etsy.com

Toy Giraffe Project By womansday.com

Toy Giraffe Project By womansday.com

Toy Giraffe: Made with patterned fabric and has a braided yarn tail. Free template download available (via pdf file).

Fabric Bird Softies: Use assorted fabric scraps to make this sweet toy, free template download available (via jpg file).

Fabric Bird Softies By thesaltypineapple.blogspot.com

Fabric Bird Softies By thesaltypineapple.blogspot.com

Glove Chipmunk Softie By etsy.com

Glove Chipmunk Softie By etsy.com

Recycled Glove Chipmunk Softie: This project uses an orphaned knit glove (brown), yarn, stuffing and other crafty bits to make a sweet chipmunk.

This Retro Doll Pajama Bag Pattern isn’t a softie, but it’s for youths and it’s very retro-cool! Also see this Sock Monkey & Sock Elephant Tipnut pattern freebie.

Published: October 25, 2008
Updated: June 15, 2011
Filed: Baby Goodies, Sewing

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5 Comments to “30+ Sweet Softies: {Free Patterns & Tutorials}”
  1. June Williams says:

    HI! Love the cat. I am going to sew the face to the body before I stuff it. Just a suggestion. Can’t wait to make these for my grandchildren (the big ones too) June Bug

  2. Alice says:

    Hi! Just finished making the stripe-y cat for my little cousin. It worked out well-for my first softie =] Like June suggested, I stitched the face on before stuffing it.

    Thankyou for the pattern! I’m off to make another..Scotty maybe?
    Alice.

  3. Claire says:

    Wow! I love, love loooove Oopsie the Octopus!! I’m going to make one tommorow!!!

  4. Ellen says:

    How do I find this pdf pattern for oopsie the octopus. Please help ASAP.

    • TipNut says:

      Hi Ellen, click the link to visit the tutorial page then scroll down to the end of the tutorial. You’ll see a printer icon that says Printer Friendly Version, click that and it gives you the pdf.


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