To celebrate the upcoming arrival of spring, I’ve updated my Chubby Bunny pattern to include a pattern for making tiny chubby bunnies! I’ve also made two additional PDFs for a baby chick and fluffy lamb plush sewing pattern! All three PDF patterns—the Fluffy Lamb, Baby Chick, and Chubby Bunny—come in two sizes and can be
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since I released my last plush sewing pattern, but I’ve finally gotten back to the sewing machine and decided to release a pattern for one of my most requested designs—the Love Monster! I originally created my Love Monster in 2016, but I’ve updated the pattern, increased the
Easy to Sew Face Masks with Removable Nose Wire and Filter Pocket – Corgi, Tiger, Otter, Dino, Cat, Shark, Hamster, DragonOn April 20, 2020 by fluffmonger
Over the past few weeks, I’ve tried out a number of different face mask patterns from pleated to fitted and found that a lot of patterns smushed my nose down and left open areas on the top, sides, and bottom for air to flow freely in and out. The easiest to sew pattern with the
***Update 3/5/2020: Receipts for the donations to WIRES and Port Macquarie Koala Hospital are at the bottom of this post. Crafters around the world are uniting to help support wildlife affected by the Australian bushfires. After a suggestion from some of the members in my Fluffmonger Patterns Facebook group, I’ve created a stuffed koala sewing
It’s been almost a year since I released my free Christmas plush sewing pattern for Doodles the Deer! For this holiday season, I’m releasing a mash-up of Doodles the Deer and my other free patterns for making Christmas plush and plush ornaments! I’ve updated the Doodles the Deer pattern, so the arms, legs, antlers, and
It’s Polar Bear Week and also time to start thinking about holiday crafting! If you’re looking for the perfect DIY gift for kids, that special someone, or even yourself, look no further! Mr. Foofs the Polar Bear free sewing pattern comes in two sizes and can be sewn by hand or on the machine. Mr.
It’s Sew a Softie month, and I’m excited to join over two dozen bloggers posting free, easy-to-sew softie tutorials this month! The Sew a Softie event was created by Trixi Symonds of Coloured Buttons in 2016 as an initiative to encourage those with little to no sewing experience to attempt a fun and simple sewing project!
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I took inspiration from one of my mom’s favorite animals for creating my latest plush design. She loves raccoons, and I’m sure she would have one as a pet if she if could (I think I get my obsession with animals from her 😉). I made a raccoon last