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30+ Stuffed Animal & Doll Patterns

Posted By Tipnut On December 7, 2011 @ 11:52 am In Crochet,Knitting | 2 Comments

There are some really sweet patterns in this bunch (and they’re all free too), I’ve organized them into two sections for easier browsing (knit and crochet). They’re mainly animal characters and dolls but I plan on adding assorted toys too…you bet there’ll be more goodies added to this page as I find them. Have fun!

Knitting

twinsknit.blogspot.ca

twinsknit.blogspot.ca

Flower Power Elephants [1]: These critters have character, lol! Love the trunks and flower embellishments. Two methods available (round and flat).

Henry & Henrietta [2]: A sweet pair of mice that are best friends, each measures 12″ from head to toe when finished. Worked on DPNs.

petitepurls.com

petitepurls.com

womansday.com

womansday.com

Lamb [3]: Finished size measures 6 1/2″ tall and 5″ long, boucle yarn is used for the body.

Panda [4]: Cute little guy holding a piece of bamboo, measures 9 1/2″ in height. Project is worked on a pair of 3.25mm needles (US 3; UK 10).

allaboutyou.com

allaboutyou.com

susanbanderson.blogspot.ca

susanbanderson.blogspot.ca

Striped Elephant [5]: A great stashbuster, this measures 5″ tall and 6″ in length when finished, worked on DPNs and filled with poly-pellets or fiberfill.

Nummy Bunny [6]: Finished size measures 16″ tall, stripes in three colors. Worked on DPNs or a circular needle (magic loop technique).

stitchnationyarn.com

stitchnationyarn.com

allaboutyou.com

allaboutyou.com

Teddy Bear [7]: A cute little guy wearing a buttoned jacket, available via pdf download.

Two Finger Puppets [8]: This little kitty’s front legs are finger pockets, head is stuffed.

ravelry.com

ravelry.com

petitepurls.com

petitepurls.com

Koda Bear [9]: Soft and cuddly fella that measures 11.5″ tall when worked in heavy weight yarn or 6.5″ when worked in light weight yarn.

Ribbit [10]: Fun little critter that looks similar to Kermit the Frog and long dangly arms and legs.

spudandchloe.com

spudandchloe.com

jeangreenhowe.com

jeangreenhowe.com

Dainty Dollies [11]: Measures just under 7″ in height, via pdf download. Check the page out because there are other freebies to make (snowman, rainbow babies, squidgy beanbugs and more).

Toy Monkey [12]: This little guy could pass for Curious George and is dressed in a snazzy vest and scarf.

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

knitterbees.blogspot.ca

knitterbees.blogspot.ca

Angry Bird Plush [13]: Made with 8 ply weight wool or acrylic and worked on circulars or DPNs, filled with polyester and has buttons for eyes.

Striped Barn Cat [14]: Worked on DPNs, kitty has sweet stripes and soft white paws. Measures 6″ tall, 3″ wide and 2 1/2″ from front to back.

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

englishyarns.co.uk

englishyarns.co.uk

Edmund The Bunny [15]: Sits approximately 7″ tall, ears and paw pads are lined with printed material.

Tiger [16]: Made with DK weight yarn in three colors (orange, white & black), worked on DPNs.

browneyedbabs.blogspot.ca

browneyedbabs.blogspot.ca

bysmallmeans.wordpress.com

bysmallmeans.wordpress.com

Rabbit & Bear [17]: Adorable! Includes 5 garments to whip up for the critters.

Winnie’s Babies [18]: Made with cotton fleece in four colors, they measure 5″ tall. Can be made with thicker yarn (finished size will be larger).

yarniverse.com

yarniverse.com

womansday.com

womansday.com

Elephant [19]: Measures 9 1/2″ in height and worked in any light worsted weight yarn (one color for main body, white for the tusks).

ScruffaLuffalant [20]: Cute little guy with eyelash yarn trimming the ears and feet.

imagineknits.blogspot.co.nz

imagineknits.blogspot.co.nz

Crochet

greedyforcolour.blogspot.ca

greedyforcolour.blogspot.ca

Flora Rabbit [21]: Sweet little bunny wearing a striped tee and has a hand-stitched face. I couldn’t see a finished size given but it looks like a small, hand-sized toy to me.

Tiny Ball [22]: Filled with polyfil and started with the magic ring technique, no finished size noted.

kundhi.com

kundhi.com

idesignadventures.blogspot.ca

idesignadventures.blogspot.ca

Unicorn [23]: The body is worked in one color while the horn, mane, tail and hooves are done in a contrasting color.

Kitty [24]: Made with worsted weight yarn and an H hook, filled with beans. Finished size measures 6″ tall (when sitting).

bethsco.blogspot.ca

bethsco.blogspot.ca

jennyandteddy.com

jennyandteddy.com

Baby Love Amigurumi [25]: Finished size measures between 5″ and 6″ and uses the magic ring technique.

One Skein Bunny [26]: Measures 21″ tall from head to toe or 10″ seated. Skill level marked as Intermediate, pattern via pdf download.

loveofknitting.com

loveofknitting.com

littlewoollie.blogspot.ca

littlewoollie.blogspot.ca

Kitty Cat [27]: A colorful granny square is used for the tummy panel, you’ll find part two of the instructions on this page [28].

Froggie [29]: Based on a vintage project and made with baby yarn in two colors.

notesongs.blogspot.ca

notesongs.blogspot.ca

hellooperator.net

hellooperator.net

Amigurumi [30]: Includes a cute dress to make if you like (you can see it on the bottom of the page), dress is on this page [31].

Pink Stripe Bunny [32]: Complete with a pretty flower on her head, lower tummy is striped with two shades of pink, paws on the arms and legs are finished in pink.

garnstudio.com

garnstudio.com

gleefulthings.com

gleefulthings.com

Bearies [33]: Sweet little amigurumi teddy bears in the form of berries, worked in worsted weight yarn (nose area is felt).

Baby Chicks In Eggshell [34]: Cute little guys that would make great Easter basket fillers, these are made with a bit of yarn (in white and another color), a bit of felt and a size F hook.

redhotfibers.blogspot.com

redhotfibers.blogspot.com

easymakesmehappy.blogspot.ca

easymakesmehappy.blogspot.ca

Cuddly Friend [35]: Make a soft & cuddly friend with bulky weight yarn (for hair), worsted weight yarn (for body and clothes), safety eyes, embroidery yarn (for eyelashes and smile).

Brown Pony [36]: Made with acrylic worsted weight yarn, assorted felt pieces (in dark brown, white and black), a hot glue gun (or needle and thread) and stuffing.

aprildraven.blogspot.ca

aprildraven.blogspot.ca

a-crochet-ninja.blogspot.ca

a-crochet-ninja.blogspot.ca

Cookie Monster [37]: Wow, I’m impressed! Looks great and worked in eyelash yarn (you’ll need patience for this one).

Murray The Reindeer (pdf) [38]: You’ll find more assorted characters to make listed at the bottom of this page [39] (Unicorn, Koala, Lovebird, Chipmunk and Bat).

dawntoussaint.com

dawntoussaint.com

You’ll also find over 30 Sweet Softies to make on this page [40] (they’re all sewing projects).


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URLs in this post:

[1] Flower Power Elephants: http://twinsknit.blogspot.com/2008/07/flower-power-elephants.html

[2] Henry & Henrietta: http://petitepurls.com/Summer11/summer2011_p_henry.html

[3] Lamb: http://www.womansday.com/home/craft-ideas/craft-project-knitted-toy-lamb-101310

[4] Panda: http://www.allaboutyou.com/knitting-patterns/toys-to-knit/knit-a-giant-panda-free-pattern-53826

[5] Striped Elephant: http://susanbanderson.blogspot.com/2007/04/page-18-elefante.html

[6] Nummy Bunny: http://www.stitchnationyarn.com/Patterns/nummy-bunny.html

[7] Teddy Bear: http://www.allaboutyou.com/prima/knitted-teddy-knitting-pattern-41012

[8] Two Finger Puppets: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/two---finger-puppets

[9] Koda Bear: http://petitepurls.com/Winter09/winter2009_pkoda.html

[10] Ribbit: http://www.spudandchloe.com/blog/2009/07/ribbit-free-pattern/

[11] Dainty Dollies: http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/patterns.html

[12] Toy Monkey: http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/knitting/knit_a_toy_monkey.php

[13] Angry Bird Plush: http://knitterbees.blogspot.com/2011/09/red-bird-plush-toy-pattern.html

[14] Striped Barn Cat: http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/knitting/knitting_pattern_how_to_knit_a_cat.php

[15] Edmund The Bunny: http://www.englishyarns.co.uk/acatalog/Rowan_Free_Knitting_Patterns_Children.html

[16] Tiger: http://browneyedbabs.blogspot.com/2011/07/free-tall-tiger-pattern.html

[17] Rabbit & Bear: http://bysmallmeans.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/i-almost-cried/

[18] Winnie’s Babies: http://www.yarniverse.com/page.cfm/Winniesbaby.html

[19] Elephant: http://www.womansday.com/home/craft-ideas/craft-project-knitted-toy-elephant-112798

[20] ScruffaLuffalant: http://imagineknits.blogspot.co.nz/p/patterns.html

[21] Flora Rabbit: http://greedyforcolour.blogspot.com/2011/02/flora-rabbit-tutorial.html

[22] Tiny Ball: http://www.kundhi.com/blog/2010/10/11/tiny-crochet-ball-pattern/

[23] Unicorn: http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/11/sweet-unicorn.html

[24] Kitty: http://bethsco.blogspot.com/2011/01/crochet-kitty.html

[25] Baby Love Amigurumi: http://www.jennyandteddy.com/2011/05/baby-amigurumi/

[26] One Skein Bunny: http://www.loveofknitting.com/articles/Crochet_Bunny

[27] Kitty Cat: http://littlewoollie.blogspot.com/2011/05/kitty-cat-tutorialpattern-part-1.html

[28] on this page: http://littlewoollie.blogspot.com/2011/06/kitty-cat-tutorialpattern-part-2.html

[29] Froggie: http://notesongs.blogspot.com/2011/11/toy-for-tot.html

[30] Amigurumi: http://stitch.hellooperator.net/free-patterns/amigurumi-doll/

[31] on this page: http://stitch.hellooperator.net/free-patterns/amigurumi-doll/amigurumi-doll-pattern-dress/

[32] Pink Stripe Bunny: http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/pattern.php?id=5113&lang=en

[33] Bearies: http://www.gleefulthings.com/blog/?p=2030

[34] Baby Chicks In Eggshell: http://redhotfibers.blogspot.com/2010/04/baby-chicks-in-eggshell-crochet-pattern.html

[35] Cuddly Friend: http://easymakesmehappy.blogspot.ca/2010/08/12-doll-crochet-pattern.html

[36] Brown Pony: http://aprildraven.blogspot.ca/2011/01/brown-pony.html

[37] Cookie Monster: http://a-crochet-ninja.blogspot.ca/2011/01/cookie-monster-pattern.html

[38] Murray The Reindeer (pdf): http://www.dawntoussaint.com/downloads/DT_pattern_Murray.pdf

[39] this page: http://www.dawntoussaint.com/

[40] on this page: http://tipnut.com/sweet-softies/

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