Monkey Stuffed Animal For Baby

Shop for a new baby monkey stuffed toy! We have a wide selection of adorable soft, cuddly and fully huggable plush animals. Check out our newborn monkey toy selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops.”

Our newborn monkey toy selection features only the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops.

Our stuffed baby monkey toy selection features the best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops.

Monkeys are cute! Cute newborn monkeys are even cuter. Our stuffed animal selection of monkeys will add personality and charm to your baby’s crib. Handmade from the finest materials, this custom or handmade piece is sure to become one of your child’s most loved toys.

We believe that every baby deserves an adorable, fun and handmade nursery toy. That’s why we have selected some of the most unique monkey stuffed animals from our shops for you to rock your baby to sleep in style!

Our adorable monkey stuffed animal toys are made of 100% cotton, and have the most realistic facial expressions. The best part is that they’re handmade in our shops by loving moms who know all about what it’s like to be a new mom.

How to Sew a Monkey Stuffed Animal

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Are you looking for a monkey stuffed animal free pattern?

felt monkey stuffed toy free sewing pattern

Recently, a friend of mine asked if I would make a monkey stuffed animal for her to give as a gift. Excited for a new project (and not thinking about my growing mountain of unfinished projects), I agreed. One would think stuffed monkey free patterns would be in abundance. Download, print, and sew in a day or so – easy, peasy. There are always free stuffed animal patterns to be found in the wonderful world of Pinterest, right?

Not this time. I searched for a day or so and couldn’t find a lot of options for a free felt Monkey stuffed animal pattern! I think I found two and neither of them really fit my idea. So, I decided to design one.

Felt Monkey Stuffed Animal Pattern

UPDATE: A fully updated and digitized version of this pattern is now available in our shop.

Side note: what really is the proper (or most popular) term? I grew up with “Stuffie” or “Stuffed Animal” but have seen them called so many other things: Softie, Plushie…What’s your favorite?

If you like sewing felt animal patterns, you may also like the other felt animals I designed. They make great gifts!

Monkey pattern Draft - free monkey stuffed animal pattern

For my first attempt at designing my own monkey stuffed animal, I think he turned out great! What do you think?

Monkey Softie sitting - free monkey stuffed animal pattern

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This is a quick, easy stuffed animal sewing project that a beginner learning to sew could tackle as well!

To sew your own Monkey Stuffed Animal, you will need:

To assemble the Monkey Stuffed Animal:

  1. Cut all of the monkey stuffed animal pieces from the pattern
  2. Hand-stitch the tail to the monkey’s back and face to monkey’s bodyMonkey Stuffie 1 tail - free monkey stuffed animal patternMonkey Stuffie 2 face - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  3. Stitch the facial features to the felt monkey’s faceFelt Monkey Stuffie 3 facial features - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  4. Applique the tummy patch to the monkey’s body and inner ear pieces to outer ear piecesFelt Monkey Stuffie 5 tummy - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  5. Place the back of the ear and the front of the ear with their right sides touching and sew together, leaving a gap where the ear attaches to the head.
  6. Flip ears right side outMonkey Stuffie 6 ear - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  7. Fold over corners at base of ear toward center and hold in place with a few stitches (will be covered up so thread color doesn’t matter)
  8. Sew the hands to the arms and the feet to the legs
  9. Place the arms together with right sides facing. Sew the fronts/backs of arms together, leaving a gap to turn right side. I left a gap at the wrist to make it easier to pull through.Monkey Stuffie 7 arm - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  10. Repeat for the felt monkey’s legs
  11. Turn the arms and the legs right side.Monkey Stuffie 8 arm hole - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  12. Hand-stitch the gap closed
  13. Pin the felt monkey’s front and back body pieces together (outsides touching) and pin the ears in position.Monkey Stuffie 8 ear placement - free monkey stuffed animal patternMonkey Stuffie 11 monkey with ears - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  14. Stuff the arms and pin into position in the body
  15. Sew around the stuffed monkey’s body, starting from the leg area on the left side to the leg area on the right side, clockwise over the head
  16. Turn the monkey right side out
  17. Stuff the legs and hand-sew into the monkey’s bodyMonkey Stuffie 12 legs - free monkey stuffed animal pattern
  18. Stuff the monkey’s body and hand-stitch the opening shutMonkey Stuffie 13 bottom hole - free monkey stuffed animal pattern

To make the stuffed monkey’s blanket:×280&×280%2C300x250%2C0x0&nras=1&correlator=239958050768&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=1995527498.1664223342&ga_sid=1664223345&ga_hid=1272449862&ga_fc=1&u_tz=60&u_his=26&u_h=900&u_w=1600&u_ah=860&u_aw=1600&u_cd=24&u_sd=1&dmc=8&adx=207&ady=4250&biw=1583&bih=732&scr_x=0&scr_y=2682&eid=44759875%2C44759926%2C44759842%2C42531706%2C44770766%2C44773165%2C44769662&oid=2&psts=APxP-9CcdXP9EortSgkKE4kMRUNcByzIGPhr-42y00jsVP0LmtJIZS42Uah8UypzlmpsjrLVSlN7t_DxAsDOE1em&pvsid=827475072772571&tmod=251124933&uas=3&nvt=1&!2&btvi=1&fsb=1&xpc=ik1fyQ4NBO&p=https%3A//

  1. Cut two squares of fabric
  2. Place the squares with outsides facing and pin togetherMonkey Stuffie Blankie 1
  3. Sew around the squares, leaving a gap at one cornerMonkey Stuffie Blankie 2
  4. Turn the blanket right side outMonkey Stuffie Blankie 3
  5. Hand-stitch the gap closed
  6. Top-stitch all the way around the blanketMonkey Stuffie Blankie 4
  7. Stitch one corner of the blanket to the monkey’s hand

Notes on sewing your own Felt Monkey Toy:

  • Using a smaller than normal stitch length ensures the seams won’t bust once the monkey is stuffed
  • Reinforce the stitching in places that might be susceptible (arms/legs)
  • There are many other ways to attach the arms/legs. I chose to stuff the arms/legs separate from the body because I wanted a seam there.
  • The monkey’s finished size came out to be less than 8 inches (I can’t remember exactly.) If I were to make him again, I would probably enlarge the pattern to make him easier to work with.

If you use our pattern to make this monkey or some variation, please send us some pictures!! I would love to see it! Join the FWLD Facebook group to share things you’ve sewn from our patterns! I also pin photos of our patterns to the “FWLD Patterns in Action” Pinterest Board. Or tag us on Instagram!

Not ready to start sewing? Pin this monkey stuffed animal free pattern for later by clicking HERE.

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