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Silver Seams
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Small Dream Factory
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Nuno Life
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Penguin
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Toy Giraffe
Woman's Day
Felt Goldfish
While She Naps
Sock Bunny
My Paper Crane
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Kitty
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Oh-oh the Owl
One Red Robin
Hot Pink Giraffe
We Lived Happily Ever...
Cuddly Cat
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Sun Conure
Parrot
Silver Seams
Owl Softie
Hammer and Thread
Wacky Chickens
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Stuffed Owl
Lily Bird Studio
Stuffed Turtles
Make It Love It
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Free Stuffed Animal Patterns - Page 3
A collection of the best free Stuffed Animal Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
More Stuffed Animal Sewing Tips:

To create a nice, sharp corner in a very deep angle that will be turned (like those found on a shirt collar, but in this
case, possibly a stuffed animal ear!) sew a squared-off corner instead of a pointy corner. Doing this will actually give
you a sharper corner once your item is turned.

To do this, stop stitching a little more than 5/8" (or whatever your seam allowance is) from the edge of your fabric.
Leave your needle down in your fabric, lift your presser foot, and pivot your fabric 45 degrees. Place your presser foot
down and sew one or two stitches. Leave your needle down in your fabric, lift your presser foot again, and pivot your
fabric until the next fabric edge is against the seam guide. Put your presser foot down and continue sewing.

When sewing around a curve (such as the tip of a stuffed animal paw, the top of a stuffed animal ear, or the
circumference of a stuffed animal head), try switching to a smaller stitch length, which can help you sew the curve
more accurately.

And just a word of caution: If you’re making a stuffed animal intended for a baby or toddler, don't add any buttons or
embellishments that could accidentally come off and become a choking hazard.
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