So whether you are just starting out or are a pro at machine embroidery, it’s sure to be easy and a fun way to explore your hidden talents.
This pattern requires an Embroidery Machine in order to complete.
⋯✂⋯ Each Pattern size includes: ⋯✂⋯
- 💖 1 Head and Fin Pattern
- 💖 1 Body Pattern
- 💖 1 Tail Pattern
* The 4x4 size features the Fin on a separate file.
This Pattern takes 3Hoopings only for the base pattern:
One For the Head and one For the Body. (additional hooping for the fin in 4x4 scale)
- ✂The patterns are designed for a 4x4inch (10x10cm), 5x7inch (13x18cm), 6x10inch (15.24 x 25.4cm), 7x12inch (18x30cm) and 8x14inch (20x36cm) Embroidery Machine Hoops
- ✂ DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, XXX Embroidery files in a ZIP format (Feel free to contact me for a different file format)
- ✂ Beginner friendly Photo Tutorial and Thread Color chart guide
⋯✂⋯ Dimensions of the plushie: ⋯✂⋯
- 4x4 - 8 cm (3.4 in) tall from bottom to tip of the fin and 15 cm (5.9 in) long from front legs to tip of the tail.
- 5x7 (as photo) - 10cm (3.9 in) tall and 26cm (10.2 in) long.
- 6x10 - 11 cm (4.3 in) tall and 29cm (11.4 in) long.
- 7x12 - 13 cm (5.1 in) tall and 35cm (13.7 in) long.
- 8x14 - 15cm (5.9 in) tall and 40cm (15.7 in) long.
The final plush dimensions might slightly vary due to the way the pieces are attached.
Embroidery patterns FAQ
WHY ARE ARE THERE NO JEF FILES IN BIG SIZE PATTERNS?
Sadly the Embroidery program limits the hoop size export for JEF files. Good news is that the machine can read DST files without issues, so you can use those to replace the JEF files when making plushies of bigger sizes 6x10 inch / 15.24 x 25.4 cm and on.
CAN I SELL THE PLUSHIES MADE BY THESE PATTERNS?
Yes you can, but credit is required.
Read more about what is allowed and what not on our FAQ page.
Check out our Tutorials
I made the largest size and it is a perfect lap size. I love the happy face so much. Everything stitched out beautifully, as always. I duplicated the fin files so that they could be double sided. All you have to do is stitch out 1 fin, take it out of the hoop and remove the stabilizer, set it aside. Then, stitch out another fin and when it's time to lay the second piece of fabric over to finish it, you place the other fin you just stitched! Or, you could sew them together after.