Free Soft Toy Patterns - Over 30 designs
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31 of the best free Soft Toy Patterns & Fabric Game Patterns on the web!
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
Sew fun fabric game boards, soft toys, bean bags, and more with this collection of over thirty fabric toy patterns
gathered from all over the web.

Not only would a special, handmade toy make a great gift for a child, but if you happen to be new to sewing, any of
the projects consisting of simple shapes (like the memory games or the bean bags) would be a great first project for
a beginner.

And if you want to be able to launder your finished fabric toy, just remember to preshrink your fabric first so that
the toy will retain its shape. And if your fabric is 100% cotton, you may even want to wash your fabric more than
once because cotton fabric doesn’t always shrink its maximum amount the first washing.

And since some of these projects require very little fabric (or consist of small pieces that are sewn together, like the
bean bags or the fabric balls) they would be ideal for using up those smaller scraps of fabric you may have leftover
from other projects.

And if your fabric toy is intended for a baby or toddler, just remember for safety reasons, don’t embellish the toy
with anything that could come loose and become a choking hazard (such as buttons).
Washcloth Puppets
1-2-3 Soft Blocks*
Cloth Blocks
Make It Love It
Taggie Animal
Homemade by Jill
Rainbow Sunshine
Chez Beeper Bebe
Baby Blocks*
Michael Miller Fabrics
Fishing Pond
Husqvarna Viking
Fuzzy Dice
Yo-yo Clown
Fabric Chessboard
Creating My Way...
Sidewalk Fun
Lion Puppet
Number Bean Bags
Don't Forget
Memory Game
Chez Beeper Bebe
Spelling Bean Bags
Chez Beeper Bebe
Soft Block
Bunny Bean Bags
2 Little Hooligans
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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1:
To make sewing over fabric bumps easier, try using a “Jean-a-ma-jig” or a “Hump-jumper.”
This tool will keep your presser foot level as you sew over the bump and give your feed dogs
something to grip to help move your fabric forward.

Tip #2: Fabric that's been cut on the bias tends to have more stretch to it. Therefore, when
sewing bias-cut seams, stretch your fabric slightly as you sew. This way, your seams will have
some give to them when your finished item is worn.
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