This is one of the largest sections on Freeneedle and this is surely testament to the fact that these toys are as much fun to make as they to play with.
There's also the pleasure of seeing the recipient's face light up with wonder when they meet their new toy for the very first time.
We've split the section up into groups that cover the most poppular types of toys to make it easy to quickly find just the right toy sewing pattern for your needs. There are ever popular soft toys, like animals and food, teddy bears from the traditional to the contemporary and also a range of puppets. Don't forget that you can always use the search box to search for specific words and phrases.
Don't throw out that old doll stroller if the frame is still in good condition, but the liner has given up the ghost. This tutorial demonstrates how you…
Added 8 June, 2014
Here's a fun sewing project that's a little different to make a reusable coloring sheet for a child. You'll find a full description of how to use iron…
Added 26 May, 2014
If sock monkeys just seem 'so last season' to you, then maybe sock dragons are the future. This fun design requires a couple of pairs of socks and a few…
Added 14 May, 2014
Here's a super cute whale softie that kids will love, using soft minky fabric with a contrasting fabric for the belly, giving you a chance for a little…
Added 31 March, 2014
The Loch Ness Monster has a surprisingly enduring appeal considering it's a monster. This soft toy version is great fun and will be loved by young ones.…
Added 14 January, 2014
This raised more than a smile when I first saw it and I keep thinking about the Gingerbread Man in Shrek now. The tutorial includes a free PDF sewing…
Added 30 November, 2013
This is a super cute take on a tedddy bear with a bit of a contemporary twist with its loose hanging arms and legs. This is suitable for all levels of…
Added 28 November, 2013
At first glance, this may just look like another cute Christmas decoration. However, it's also a fun 'learn about shapes' toy for kids that will look…
Added 27 November, 2013
Who doesn't love a cute little owl softie? They don't come much cuter than Ollie and Olivia who both look born to snuggle. There are very detailed instructions…
Added 26 November, 2013
This was my first sewing project!! It turned out great!! My daughter takes it everywhere with her! Going to make more for my nieces!
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At six centimetres, this is a small little soft toy, but should be suitable for less experienced sewists with most of the stitching done from the outside.…
Added 25 November, 2013