If you have kids, or grandkids or nieces and nephews, then you are going to adore this list of adorable DIY stuffed toys. You can make these so quickly and they are so much cheaper, and so much better, than any stuffed toy that you will find in a department store. These make such wonderful gifts for upcoming birthdays or for the holidays or even baby showers. The projects range from sewing to crocheting and they are all super fun.
Crochet Amigurumi Animals Pattern
Meet Natalumis! A series of amigurumi animal patterns designed for beginners in amigurumi! They are fast to make and will thrill you! Get the tutorial from Akamatra.
Booper the Cat Free Sewing Pattern
Make an adorable stuffed cat and guinea pig with this free sewing pattern and step-by-step tutorial! Get the tutorial from Fluffmonger.
DIY Bandana Bunny
With a sweet embroidered face and squishy ears, this bunny is irresistible for little hands. Check out how to upcycle a bandana into a sweet bunny softie! Get the tutorial from Swoodson Says.
Miss Matilda Goslin
Make your own little gosling softie with this fab free pattern from Bustle & Sew! Get the tutorial from Bustle & Sew.
DIY Felt Cactus Crafts
Create your own felt cactus plush, pin cushions or paperweights with my printable PDF craft and sewing tutorial. Get the tutorial from Delilah Iris.
DIY Sock Sloth Sewing Project
Cut up an old pair of socks and make an adorable DIY Sock Sloth! A sweet handmade gift idea for a child or baby. Their hands have snaps so they can hang! Get the tutorial from Hello Creative Family.
Turkey Stuffed Animal Pattern
A free printable stuffed animal pattern to create your own felt turkey doll. Sew your own adorable turkey toy or holiday decoration. Get the tutorial from Delilah Iris.
Got lone or unused gloves? Turn them into fun hand-sewn “Glovosaurs”! Perfect for the little hands of young dinosaur fanatics! Get the tutorial from Cucicucicoo.
Herman the Amigurumi Cutie
Crochet yourself an adorable amigurumi stuffie named Herman. With a chubby body and teeny limbs, he’s sure to win your heart! Get the tutorial from You Should Craft.
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