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FREE Fox Stuffed Animal Patterns

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Sew an adorable fox plush with this collection of six free fox stuffed animal patterns, tutorials, and diy sewing projects gathered from all over the web. Here you'll find a nice collection of whimsical fox dolls, traditional fox stuffed animals, and flat plush designs easy enough for a beginner, to be sewn from fabric, felt, or fur.


**Please scroll down the page for the links to the free patterns**

And of course, sewing a small stuffed animal can be a great way to use up larger fabric scraps you may have leftover from other projects. It can also be a great way to use any larger quilting pre-cuts (such as fat quarters and layer cakes) you may have.

If you do choose to sew your fox plush from fabric, consider sewing the body of the fox from one fabric and the ears or face from a coordinating or contrasting fabric for more visual interest. Or consider mixing prints in coordinating or contrasting colors. Also, don't feel that you have to stick with traditional orange for your fox plush.


And if you'll be sewing your fox plush from fur, you may find the following tips helpful: For easier and more accurate cutting, cut your fur in a single layer, fur side down (just remember to cut opposites of any pattern pieces that need it). And cut through the fabric backing only, not into the fur itself. Also, you may want to cut your pattern pieces from thin cardboard instead of paper. Then, instead of pinning your pattern pieces to your fabric, trace around them to mark your cutting lines

If you'll be sewing your fox plush from felt, consider using a high quality wool felt instead of the cheaper acrylic felt you'll find at most craft stores. Your finished plush will probably look nicer and last longer.

And what child wouldn't love the gift of an adorable hand made stuffed animal? Just remember that if you're sewing your fox plush for a baby or small child, not to embellish it with anything (like buttons) that could come off and become a choking hazard. Better to embroider eyes, noses, etc. instead.


Also, this page may contain affiliate links, which means I may make a commission if you purchase something from one of these websites (but the patterns linked to should be free).


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Free Fox Stuffed Animal Patterns