I recently discovered that I had a big stockpile of links to various softie patterns. Apparently they attract my attention…A LOT.
I often include stuffed critters in my Friday Favorites, and sometimes in my newsletter, but this particular collection was getting a bit out of control. That means it’s time to share! Here are a bunch of my favorite softie patterns out there:
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I’m glad some of these patterns come in sets, because there’s no way I could pick a favorite from these cute buddies by Gingermelon.
I’m pretty sure I had a doll that flipped over into another (or maybe one of my sisters did) like this one from Shiny Happy World.
I love everything about these mermaids from Petra’s Wonderland, right down to the shape at the end of their tails.
One of my son’s favorite toys when he was small was a sword. This pattern from You Made my Day might come in handy for the next generation.
If you have a sword, a shield only makes sense, like this one from Simply Notable.
These unicorns from Precious Patterns would brighten up any day.
You probably don’t have to guess why Imagine Gnats called this one her peanut baby.
I’m starting to think there’s nothing Craft Passion can’t make from a sock, and they’re all just as cute as these pugs.
There’s a lot of fun mix-and-match options for these dolls from Dear Sweet Darlings.
This bear’s only job is to sit in your window and wave at the neighborhood. You’ll find the instructions right here on Crafty Staci.
This pattern from Gathered is probably the softest robot ever.
One of the great things about handmade softies is that they can be as simple or as complicated as you’d like. This sweet elephant from Retro Mama is perfect just the way she is.
I’ll bet you didn’t know you wanted to make a stuffed otter, like this one from Fluffmonger, until right this minute.
These little ones from Nata Patterns are the cutest scrap buster project!
Who wouldn’t love this bright, cheery parrot from Little Button Diaries sitting on your shoulder?
I can imagine this cute dog from Hobbycraft in SO many different fabrics.
I’d love to see this cow from Annie’s Craft Store in some other color combinations - maybe a whole herd!
My little granddaughter would love playing with this ball from eSheep Patterns. So many places to grab!
I had to include this pattern from Ricrac Sews because A, they’re adorable, and B, how often do you see a pattern to make starfish?
This ice cream cone from Sew Kate Sew won’t melt in the summer sun.
Check out the delicate legs on these deer from Teacup Lion.
This frog from Sew a Softie makes me want to just sit with him a while.
I kinda love how Choly Knight went with chunky arms instead of gigantic feet here.