DIY Plushies: Easy Sew Frog Plushie

It’s always fun to learn something new. Sewing is a pioneer skill we need to teach our kids. A great way of teaching this skill is by making DIY Plushies! This easy sew frog plushie is a great way to introduce sewing to your kids.

DIY Plushies: Frog Plushie

Supplies for DIY Plushies

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DIY Plushies: How to Make A Frog

Step 1:

Prepare the template patterns by printing and cutting them out. Trace the body patterns and the legs (a total of 8) on green felt, trace the blush patterns on pink felt, the big circles for the eyes on white and small circles on black felt; and trace the belly pattern on a different shade of green than the body. 

Step 2:

You will need to cut a total of 8 patterns for the legs and make 2 pairs by stitching 2 together. Place any 2 leg patterns together and stitch around the side but keep the straight thin end open for stuffing. 

Step 3:

Place any 2 leg patterns together and stitch around the side but keep the straight thin end open for stuffing.

Step 4:

Stitch and stuff all 8 patterns and craft 2 pairs of legs. 

Step 5:

Grab any one of the body patterns and attach the eyes, blush and the belly pattern on it. Use a black thread to stitch the mouth of the frog, near the bottom end of the head part. 

Step 6:

Place the plain body pattern on a flat surface and lace the 4 legs on; 2 along the bottom side and 2 on both sides of the body. Overlap about a cm of the legs with the body pattern. 

Step 7:

Place the front body part on the top of the back body part. 

Step 8:

Start to stitch around the sides of the frog to join the body parts and the legs together. 

DIY Plushies: Frog Plushie

Step 9:

Keep an opening to stuff the felt frog with cotton. Stuff the frog until it looks nice and fluffy. 

Step 10:

Once the stuffing is complete, stitch the open end to secure the stuffing. Tie a tight knot and cut off extra thread. 

DIY Plushies: Frog Plushie

What a fabulous Frog craft and easy sewing project for kids!

DIY Plushies: Frog Plushie

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DIY Plushies: Frog Plushie
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DIY Plushies: Easy Sew Frog Plushie

diy frog plushie

This is a tutorial on how to make an easy sew frog plushie.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • Colorful felt fabrics
  • Fabric marker or pencil
  • Matching threads
  • Needle
  • Cotton
  • Fabric glue

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

    Prepare the template patterns by printing and cutting them out. Trace the body patterns and the legs (a total of 8) on a green felt, trace the blush patterns on pink felt, the big circles for the eyes on white and small circles on black felt; and trace the belly pattern on a different shade of green than the body. 

    You will need to cut a total of 8 patterns for the legs and make 2 pairs by stitching 2 together. Place any 2 leg patterns together and stitch around the side but keep the straight thin end open for stuffing. 

    Place any 2 leg patterns together and stitch around the side but keep the straight thin end open for stuffing.

    Stitch and stuff all 8 patterns and craft 2 pairs of legs. 

    Grab any one of the body patterns and attach the eyes, blush, and the belly pattern on it. Use a black thread to stitch the mouth of the frog, near the bottom end of the head part. 

    Place the plain body pattern on a flat surface and lace the 4 legs on; 2 along the bottom side and 2 on both sides of the body. Overlap about a cm of the legs with the body pattern. 

    Place the front body part on the top of the back body part. 

    Start to stitch around the sides of the frog to join the body parts and the legs together. 

    Keep an opening to stuff the felt frog with cotton. Stuff the frog until it looks nice and fluffy. 

    Once the stuffing is complete, stitch the open end to secure the stuffing. Tie a tight knot and cut off extra thread. 

    What a fabulous Frog craft and easy sewing project for kids!

Looking for some other sewing projects to do with your kids? Check out some of our other ideas below!

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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.

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