Robot Plush Toy Sewing Pattern

This listing is for a .pdf instant download of a plush sewing pattern, made to look like a tiny little robot. It features a big head, little body, and thin arms and legs. It has legs that are free to move, but can be positioned to sit on its own as well (if poly pellets are put in the body). The pattern comes with options to make either a steampunk-themed robot with a top hat and gear motifs, or a classic robot with star or pixel heart motifs. It also has options for an antenna and robot 'ears'.

› Difficulty: ALMOST INTERMEDIATE (4/10 stars) › Skills used: Ladder stitch, fusible web applique, sewing curves, whip stitch or blanket stitch, y-seams, basting, gathering, gathering stitch › Finished size: 8" tall (not including antenna), 8" wide (not including ears), and 4" long › 30 pages › Over 80 full-color photos & illustrations


  • Photographed sewing instructions
  • US Imperial Measurements
  • Full-size, ready-to-print pattern with seam allowances
  • Illustrated basic techniques

Materials you need at home:

  • 1/4 yd. of stretchy plush fabric for main body
  • 1/8 yd. of accent fabric for optional ears and/or antenna
  • 3" x 3" piece of applique fabric for eyes/mouths/etc.
  • 6" x 3" piece of felt for monocle (optional)
  • 1/4 yd. of fabric for top hat (optional)
  • 7" x 3" scrap of applique fabric for face panel (optional)
  • 5" x 10" scrap of applique fabric for gears or front symbols (optional)
  • 10" x 10" piece of light or heavy duty fusible web
  • 5" x 8" piece of scrap fabric for bean pouch
  • Matching sewing thread
  • Basic sewing tools (sewing machine, scissors, iron, ironing board, needles, pins, fabric marker, seam ripper, point turner or chopstick)
  • Stuffing
  • Poly-pellets
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Choly Knight

My name is Choly Knight, and I've been sewing for over 15 years and written over 13 craft books. The adorable style of cosplay, Harajuku, & gothic lolita got me started and continues to inspire me to this day.

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