Handmade toys are the best, aren’t they? If you were lucky enough to get some as gifts as a child, you probably still have them. They are usually a huge part of sentimental memories we have a child and unless they are totally damaged, it is hard to get rid of them. You may have even passed them down to your own children at this point. If you are hoping to make some toys for a child in your own life, here are 10 free toy sewing patterns to get you started.
10 Free Toy Sewing Patterns
Wild Olive has a great Flying Squirrel pattern to make. He would be awesome for even the smallest of kids and since he even folds up nice, it’s great toy to bring everywhere.
A classic toy to sew is the Sock Monkey and if you are looking for a great pattern for one, Craft Passion has a great one for you to do!
Most children have a play tool set or even some play cooking utensils. Wouldn’t this Child’s Tool Belt from Make it & Love it be perfect for pretend play?
Crazy Little Projects has a great tutorial and pattern for a Superhero Set. It includes a cape and a mask!
If you have a child that loves to play pretend they are a fairy or a princess, these Magic Wands from Rhythm & Rhyme might be just what you are looking for. They even use scraps to make it!
For very little ones, a stacking toy is often one of the first thing parents get for them. Make your own soft Stacking Ring Toy from Detective Houndstooth.
Crafter News has a link to a great Felty Dinosaur pattern. I absolutely fell in love with this when I saw it!
Peanut Babies are great for little hands to hold. This pattern from Imagine Gnats is so adorable and looks very easy to do, even for beginners.
What little one wouldn’t love getting a big, soft, huggable Mermaid doll? This Modest Mermaid Doll from the Crafting Fiend allows you to make a doll that has a removable mermaid tail but stays modest. How awesome is that?
The TipToe Fairy has some awesome Waldorf doll Patterns for free download to make. She says they are time-consuming, but very fun to do.