Christmas is just around the corner, here is a round-up of more than 40 awesome animal-themed crafts to sew as a Christmas stocking stuffer. Choose the one you wish to sew and start sewing it now. Some materials are available in Craft Passion Online Shop, so hurry and choose some to sew to avoid the last-minute rush.
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40+ Awesome Animal-Themed Crafts To Sew As Christmas Gifts
Perfect for Bunny Themed Party or Easter celebration or sew as a gift for friends who love bunny. It can be used as a headband while washing your face in the morning and evening to prevent the hair from touching your face.
Lovely onesie suited Sock Sheep that will simply melt people's hearts away. Sewn by using chenille microfiber sock which makes it so soft and comfortable to hug, no one will ever leave their hands from it.
Adapted from Sam the sock sheep pattern, Rhy the Sock Reindeer will sure be sending happiness and merriness to the world during the festive season. The Christmas themed onesie, the red nose, and the antlers are simply the trademarks of the greeting season. Perfect to sew as a Christmas gift and the receiver will not forget who sew it for them.
DiDi Deer Coin Purse is about a palm-sized coin purse with zipper closure, suitable for keeping loose coins and some cash notes. It has an open pocket at the back of the coin purse. However, if you prefer a larger size purse, you can always enlarge the template during printing and adjust the materials accordingly.
“Hello. I am Baymax, your personal healthcare companion.”
This is going to be an ideal gift for those who love Baymax of the Big Hero 6 movie. Follow the sewing pattern to turn a squishy white plush-like vinyl robot clumsy Baymax to an 8" tall soft sock Baymax doll.
Another sewing pattern inspired by movie characters, Ninja Turtles, that you can sew from socks and some felt fabrics. Sew all 4 make up a team or choose your favorite character, this will make everyone's jaw dropped when they unboxing the gift.
Sock Sloth is one of the popular sewing patterns in Craft Passion, sewed from a pair of stripes chenille socks. Smie has a smiling face and a pair of big groggy eyes surrounded by the brown marking. Magnets can be sewn to the limbs as an option so that the sock sloth can do more poses and more fun to play with.
Besides Sock Sloth, Sock Monkey is one of my earliest sock animal designs which has gained a lot of love from the craft communities. It is one of the popular sock animals to sew as a gift. I personally sewed a lot of them.
Use different sizes of socks to sew up a family of Marcho Sock Monkey. Great as gifts to sew for the entire family.
A key pouch or key cozy is another popular handmade gift to sew. It is useful to prevent the keys from wandering around in the bag, not to mention the cute Monkey design that inspired by the sock monkey. You may hang on the purse as a purse ornament too. Who doesn't want to have it in the Christmas stocking?
Fancy with the King of the jungle? Then sew Shimba the sock lion. The stuffed lion is soft to hug and the mane is simply so comforting to touch. Someone will surely bring it to bed as it brings security and comfort at the same time.
Running late in handmade Christmas gift? What about making this cute Oink Oink Sock Pig. Well, it is not much on the sewing but more on gluing up the parts to put together to form the pig doll. If you have the time and wanted to make the sock pig more long-lasting, sew the parts instead of using glue.
Puggie is sewn from a pair of microfiber chenille socks, scraps of white and brown felts, a pair of button eyes, button nose and yellow embroidery floss, it is then stuffed by the polyester filling material to hold its shape. Simply love the fold on the nose and the eyebrows.
YoYo Plush Dog's body is made out of oval-shaped fabric Yo-Yo. It is super flexible that kids can sit down and play with the YoYo the whole day, it keeps them entertained for hours by trying out all kinds of funny posture for it to achieve.
Ruki appears in various colors, be it gray or brown stripes, lighter or darker shades, it is the Ruki the Sock Raccoon. Sewn from a pair of microfiber chenille socks, scraps of white and gray felts, a pair of button eyes, button nose and black embroidery floss. Ruki loves glass marbles.
PaiPai & PeiPei the sock panda are twins. They were sewn from black and white microfiber chenille socks. This twin brother and sister have one common goal in their life, they want to be at their very best looking all the time, trying to get rid of their well-known dark eye circles.
Kass Mama is sewn from a pair of lady size plain cotton crew socks. Her long ears are colored with fabric prints and her pouch is flourished with beautiful fabrics too. She is able to stand on her own, thanks to her big hind legs and tail. Baby Kaden is sewn from felt materials which are pretty straightforward.
Need a quick to make handmade gift? This bunny sachet is a great choice. Turn it into a scented sachet with Potpourri, a sleep pillow dried chamomile & lavender flowers or a bigger bunny softie with poly-stuffing material, etc. The original template is in a smaller size, enlarge the template to make it into various sizes.
These little guys are so cute! And you can make them from your scraps. Depending on what you use to fill them, you can use them as pincushions, pattern weights, paper weights, and more. Enlarge it to make a bigger softie.
Another key pouch pattern but this time is an owl design. The key chain slides up into the owl’s body to keep them tucked out of the way when not in use. A loop at the top makes it easy to hang from a key hook.
Look at his owl eyes and those furry eyebrows! Is it not the cutest thing ever! It’s not a quick project but the end result is so worth the effort. You’ll need a special pear-shaped coin purse form, but it’s not expensive and you can buy them from Craft Passion Online Shop.
This would be so cute in a baby’s nursery done up in a retro woodland theme!! A set of four owls, plus a happy tree and some stuffed hearts all hang from an embroidery hoop or twig. Look at all of their sweet owl expressions! Some have open wings and wide eyes, others are having some much-needed owl quiet time.
Sew a Hedgehog coin purse for your love one and guarantee them it will not poke at the one who is holding it. There are 2 different purse closures you can sew on the same pattern, a zipper or a gamaguchi kisslock clasp. Though it is not an easy sewing project it is definitely unique to someone who loves hedgehog.
This llama key pouch might be the cutest way to keep up with your keys! The sweet llama face covers your keys so they won’t scratch anything while they’re hanging out in your purse or pocket, and slides out of the way easily when you need to use your keys.