Campfire Plush Toy


Campfire Plush Toy

Campfire Plush Toy
Campfire Plush Toy

"My toddler Miles has been fascinated by fire-building for a long time. My parents have a fireplace in their home, and in the wintertime he loves helping my dad tote sticks inside, crumple newspaper, and feed the flames. He was also often invited to help stoke the wood stove at daycare, so it's no surprise that fire-building has entered into his play, too. For awhile I was finding little piles of twigs and balls of construction paper tucked away around our house! So I decided to sew him a little felt campfire set!"

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand



  1. Cut out your pattern pieces. I did a mix of red, orange, and yellow for the flames, and black for the charcoal/stones.

  2. Attach the small flames to the large flames as pictured using the applique stitch. Sew two large flames together using the blanket stitch, leaving one small section open to insert stuffing. Once you've added the amount of stuffing you'd like, close opening with blanket stitch.

  3. Use the blanket stitch to attach two charcoal pieces to one another, leaving a small opening through which you can insert stuffing before stitching closed. Stitch finished charcoal pieces together until a ring is formed, the right size to hold your flames.

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