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Kirby Pattern by Kat-Aclysm Kirby Pattern by Kat-Aclysm
~Kirby Pattern~

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This pattern is free for small-time artists to use, duplicate, copy, borrow from. Just don't clone/trace the pattern 100% with no changes whatsoever and claim you're the artist. Now if you've used this pattern and modified it to make Kirbies with costumes (as seen in games like Super Smash Bros Melee), that would be totally awesome. In fact if you do that, you're going to have to spam me the link so I can peek at your work. =D

Notes: I made this plush here. If you want to see the final work and visualise how it goes together, this is the deviation to click. I also marked fur direction on the pattern because I used velboa, AKA: beanie baby fur. You may choose to do this, or you may use fleece, or anything in your budget limits. It's entirely up to you. Also, this pattern can be scaled, but not a great deal. It's best size is printed to fit on a normal printer paper sheet. Get your art software to scale it to that if you like. If you decide to scale it beyond that, you're all on your own if things go wrong.


1. Cut four of the "football" pieces.

2. Cut four of the arm pieces, two of each of the feet. Sew the feet and the hands pieces up, leaving the hole seams open.

3. Cut holes on two of the football panels so you can insert your feet and hands.

4. Sew them in!

5. Sew your four football pieces up to make the ball. Leave a small hole on the back so you can stuff.

6. Stuff the plush.

7. Sew up the hole using the ladder stitch, or some other hidden stitch.

8. Print out the face on a printer-transfer, or draw your own.

9. Iron on the face! I use JoAnn Taylor's Quickfuse Fabric Sheets, but you can use iron-on transfers too.

10. Cuddle your new Kirby plush. =D


That's all for now! I might place up some other simple patterns for you to use soon.
- Kat

Kirby (c) HAL Laboratory / Nintendo
Plush Pattern by Kat Aclysm (meow!)
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oglebogle Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2016
Thanks for this! I enjoyed making it a lot
BobetteBelle Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Neato :)
Linda-The-Lombax Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Hobbyist
Thx you very much for makeing this :hug::hug:!Now I have an own hand made Kirby plüsh!
starsailor5 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2012  Student Filmographer
would it be okay if I edited the feet a little when I make my plush?
Kat-Aclysm Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012
You can do whatever you like with the pattern, so long as you give credit =3
starsailor5 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012  Student Filmographer
^^ okay thankyou!!
Star-Glitch Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011  Student General Artist
i think i shall make one w/ a blue body and purple shoes xD
gamegeek4ever Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2011
okay finally I can post a comment my computer wouldn't let me log on or post a comment arrgh.. but i'll make a kirby yays! thanks for the pattern it's hard to find on the internet...
G-Pandacat Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2010  Student General Artist
Thanks for making this! My friends birthday is tommorow, and I'm going to try to make this for her to give to her on monday. :D She's obsessed with kirby. o.O

Oh, the final kirby you did is adorable!
SillyEwe Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2010  Student General Artist
I made mine, but since I couldn't use my printing computer or since it doesn't have photoshop, mine came out weird.

Next time, you should label your pattern parts.
Kat-Aclysm Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012
I'm not sure what you mean; I've labelled all the pattern parts, complete with seam allowance, fur direction, and the number you should cut. I'm really not sure how I could label it any more than it is now. Please advise!
SillyEwe Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student General Artist
I was rather confused about the two parts on the upper left corner.
Charmalade Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010
I tired to use the pattern and it came out foot-ball shapped. ;-;
Kat-Aclysm Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2010
It shouldn't have done that. Unless you scaled it up so the pattern was larger... the only other reason why I think it could have done that was your seam allowance. I marked seam allowances on the pattern to follow.

Huh. Weird.
Charmalade Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2010
Yea I followed it to the T. Maybe the doenload was weird or something and my comp messed up the shape? but I have looked at other patterns and the dimentions were slightly different andcame out more 'ball' shapped. xD Idk. haha.
hearmesnark Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2010
I completely perverted this pattern to make this plushie:
and have duly favorited your pattern. I feel that I must apologize for my rather twisted bastardization, but your pattern is fabulous and well done.
Kat-Aclysm Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2010
Oh heck that's OK! >=D In fact, lemme pop over to comment on the delicious psychoness of your plushie.

Haha <3
MrBarthalamul Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
At your request, here is a Link/Kirby plush I made! :D [link] Thanks for the pattern! ^_^
Kirbystar9245 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2009
I will make one soon :)
AKirbyandhisCheese Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2009   Digital Artist
Thanks! I needed this. This is a simple patturn, most patturns confuse me...
Bow- Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009
Kyle is still in love with the Kirby I got from you for him <3
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