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Felt Ghost Plush Craft

A cute little felt ghost plush sits on a light and dark green background. It has rosy cheeks and cute bright eyes.

Felt Ghost Plush Craft

Halloween may be a little different this year but, one thing that never changes is the fun you can have on this day.

Whether you are going out trick-or-treating or celebrating Halloween at home, this craft for kids is the perfect activity to do!

The great part about plush or plushies is that they’re not just for kids. I love making them and they make cute decorations or little gifts too.

Perfect for cold rainy days or for a school class craft.

Read on for the step-by-step instructions on how to sew a ghost plush!

Seriously, it’s so cute right?

The supplies needed to make the Felt Ghost Plush are placed against a white background.

Things You Will Need:

  1. Colorful felt fabrics
  2. Needle and thread
  3. Cotton
  4. Pencil
  5. Scissors
  6. FREE Felt Ghost Pattern
Two felt  pieces of white felt cut out in a ghost pattern, black eyes, and pink cheeks are cut out as well.

Step 1:

Select white, black and pink colored felt fabrics for the ghost plushie. Trace the 2 ghost base patterns on white felt, the small round shapes on pink felt and the big round shapes on black felt.

White pupils are sewn on with white thread.

Step 2:

Grab the 2 black felt cutouts and stitch dot patterns on both pieces using white thread.

The eyes and smile are sewn onto the felt ghost plushie.

Step 3:

Stitch the eyes near the top side of any one of the base cutouts. Stitch a curved line (smiling) below the eyes.

Step 4:

Stitch the 2 pink cutouts on both sides of the mouth.

Stitch the two parts together but, leave room to stuff the Ghost plushie with cotton.

Step 5:

Place the plain base cutout under the stitched one and stitch around the side of both pieces to join them together. Keep a small open end to fill the ghost felt pattern with cotton or scrape felt.

Step 6:

Once the filling is done, stitch the open end to close it. Tie a knot and cut of extra thread if needed. 

Finished felt ghost plush on a light and dark green background, it's tilted to the left.
Yield: 1 felt ghost plushie

Halloween Felt Ghost Plush

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Standard/Intermediate

This super cute and adorable felt ghost plush is perfect for Halloween. Whether it's to keep the kids busy, to make a keychain, or if you're a fan of ghosts. He might be a friendly ghost but, you can always make him your own.

Materials

  • 1. Colorful felt fabrics
  • 2. Needle and thread
  • 3. Cotton
  • 4. Pencil
  • 5. Scissors
  • 6. Stencil

Instructions

Step 1:

Select white, black, and pink colored felt fabrics for the ghost plushie. Trace the 2 ghost base patterns on white felt, the small round shapes on pink felt, and the big round shapes on black felt.

Step 2:

Grab the 2 black felt cutouts and stitch dot patterns on both pieces using white thread.

Step 3:

Stitch the eyes near the top side of any one of the base cutouts. Stitch a curved line (smiling) below the eyes.

Step 4:

Stitch the 2 pink cutouts on both sides of the mouth.

Step 5:

Place the plain base cutout under the stitched one and stitch around the side of both pieces to join them together. Keep a small open end to fill the ghost felt pattern with cotton or scrape felt.

Step 6:

Once the filling is done, stitch the open end to close it. Tie a knot and cut of extra thread if needed. 

Notes

The best part of these felt crafts is that you can customize them exactly how you want them. You can add accessories or you can change their expressions. Have fun!

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A cute felt ghost plushie is on a light and dark green background.

Have Fun

I hope you have as much as we did making these. It’s a great way to get kids learning to sew or if they’re already adept, this will be super easy.

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You can use felt pieces to add accessories or string to add a hanger.

They’re cute to add to backpack zippers or just fun to play with during Halloween. It makes for a fun Halloween activity.

I hope you all have a Happy Halloween! If you want to see what we are up to, check out our day-to-day on Instagram at @whispersinspire!

Will you make this felt ghost plush craft this Halloween?

Let me know, til then—cheers m’deres!

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