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10 FREE Frog Stuffed Animal Patterns

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

Make a cute frog stuffed animal with this collection of ten free frog stuffed animal patterns, tutorials, and diy sewing projects gathered from all over the web, most with printable pdf templates.


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

Here you'll find a variety of designs, from whimsical storybook-style frogs to more realistic animal designs, to make from fur, felt, or woven fabrics. And some of the simpler designs could also make adorable bean bags (in which case, you might want to reinforce your seams by double-stitching them).

And, of course, by making your own frog plush, you get to choose your fabrics and customize your stuffed animal as you wish. And sewing a small stuffed animal can be an great way to use up larger fabric scraps leftover from other sewing projects. And even though some of these designs call for using fur or felt, you can probably substitute a medium-weight woven fabric instead. Or consider using quilting fat quarters or layer cakes for your frog.


Most of these designs may be a bit too complex for a beginner. However the sweet felt frog from Molly and Mama would probably be easy enough for a new sewer to make. Plus, felt can be easier for a beginner to work with since there is no fabric grain and felt doesn't fray. These felt frogs call for being hand-stitched, but could easily be sewn on a machine.

If you choose to sew your frog from fur, you may find it helpful to cut your fur fabric in a single layer, right side down to avoid accidentally cutting into your fur. If you use this method, just remember to flip your second pattern pieces over so that you'll end up with mirror images of each piece.

If you choose to sew your frog from felt, consider using a high quality felt, such as wool. Your finished frog softie will probably look nicer and last longer than if you used a cheaper acrylic felt. Just don't use wool felt on any project you plan to machine wash.

And just be aware that if you are making your stuffed animal toy for a small child, don't embellish it with any elements that could come off and become a choking hazard like buttons. Hand embroider any eyes and noses 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 Frog Stuffed Animal Patterns