The Stuffy Ball Sewing Pattern is a fun way to store your favorite things. They can hold fabric you'd like to secretly stash or organize, throw blankets, or stuffed animal friends. My daughter has a large collection of Beanie Boos and other stuffed animals that seem to take over the room. This pattern is a great solution to give all those cute little stuffed animals a comfy home and then when zipped up, it doubles as fun seating. Dual purpose patterns are always a win in my house! Kids love them, moms love them, sewing enthusiasts will love them and even your furry pets will love their comfort!
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This PDF sewing pattern comes in small and large size.
This ball is designed to be made using woven fabrics.
Small or large size
Zipper closure. Snaps could be used, but instructions are not included.
No trim pattern pages
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option
Projector File with Layers
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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This pattern is copy written.
You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
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You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
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These are digital PDF Sewing Patterns. They are not paper patterns that you would receive in the mail. You will be able to download your pattern(s) immediately after purchase. They will also be available in your account to download any time. For more information on what a PDF Sewing Pattern is and how to use one, click here.
I saw this on Facebook and immediately had to make it for my niece and nephew. The construction was quick and easy but I had some issues with the zipper. On both of the balls that I made one of the two panels that join with the zipper wound up being a little longer than the other. I made a couple of tucks near one end to take in the extra fabric and figure it won't be that noticeable.
This was the first time I had printed off a pattern at home but the guide made it easy to put together and the pattern was easy to follow.
I used a YouTube post to check out how to put it together but only because that is my preferred way of doing it.
The children love the ball, and a friend has asked me to make her some.
I love this so much. I was so sick of seeing all the stuffed animals strewn about the house but when we do our annual pre-Christmas purge, both kids get so dang cranky when I try to give away stuffed animals. This is the absolute best solution! It is so great! I can put all of my daughter's "lovies" in it and stick it under her loft bed to use as a seat. I did use Velcro instead of a zipper but that was out of sheer convenience as that is what I had at the time. It works great!
I made a large ball for my son and the smaller version for my daughter. It has such a well written set of instructions that my son even managed to understand it and sew a bit if his, before he got bored and went to play lego! Thanks for being so consistent in the way you present the patterns.
This is such a cute and easy sew. I had a lil problems with the zipper but thats just cuz i suck with zipper, but my daughters love it. I made the large size one which is pretty big.
I really enjoyed the ease of putting this pattern together. A quick afternoon see and such a practical item. It has been nice to throw my daughter’s stuffed animals into one contained space as well as a few extra blankets that we only use on the colder months. Definitely recommend this pattern to others.
Super easy, first time sewing a zipper. I did the large ball and it holds so many stuffed animals
Both sizes are great for hiding my fabric scrap hoarding problem. At some point I’ll make some for my kids....😂