Sitting Kitty Cat Stuffed Animal Sewing Pattern, PDF Plush Pattern - Digital Download
This sewing pattern will help you create an adorable sitting stuffed kitty stuffed animal of your very own. This sewing pattern is available instantly in .PDF form for download.
This pattern was created in collaboration with Neko Kitty Studios. Visit their website (and show them some love) atwww.NekoKittyStudio.com!
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My sitting kitty pattern with written instructions and accompanying photographs. The pattern includes 1/4 of an inch seam allowance as well as showing exact sewing lines. This download is available instantly and is in PDF format.
There is also a free youtube video tutorial to go with the pattern here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oAF2ZvDaaU
Your finished cat will measure approximately 9 inches tall (including ears) and 5 inches wide at the largest point.
Tools and Materials:
• Minky Fabric (13.5 x 19.5 in)
• 1 9mm Black Safety Nose
• 1 Pair 18mm Black Safety Eyes
• Matching Thread
• Stuffing / Stuffing Tool
• Sewing Needle / Sewing Machine
This pattern will require a comfortable knowledge of plush sewing. Specific skills include sewing darts and some hand sewing. The most difficult part is sewing the front legs which can be confusing at first glance.
You may sell items with this pattern, provided that you credit the pattern design to BeeZeeArt. Under no circumstances may you redistribute, sell, or otherwise claim these patterns as your own.
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Easy to follow instructions, pieces fit together really well. I would absolutely buy another pattern.
Very cute pattern. Scaled it for AG dolls. Was a hit with my granddaughter.
I liked the pattern. Was easy to follow if you watch the video tutorial. The pdf was not the best quality, the pattern was very pixelated, even with that, the plushie turned out great!. I think it would be a good idea to propose some other faces for the plushie, like with embroidery or apliqué.
Thanks for letting me know the pattern was showing up pixelated! I re-exported it and uploaded it again and it should be looking much nicer.
This was my first time sewing anything EVER, and I'm shocked at how well it turned out. It wasn't perfect (ofc, first time after all), but thanks to this pattern's clear instructions and accompanying YT video, as well as some tips and tricks added in the Pattern's PDF notes (like the warning about "cuddle dust"), I was able to make an absolutely adorable kitty without getting lost or frustrated. Very happy with this guide!!!
I followed the YouTube tutorial, so doing this was easy-peasy. I don't usually sew with plush or minky fabrics, and there were some really super useful tips in the tutorial, so I loved it. I made a black cat, and now my kid wants a white one, too :D