Little Inspiration » motherhood, crafts & more

DIY Stuffed Robot Tutorial

My Inspiration comes from this unknown source.

What you’ll need:
Needle and thread
Ribbon for bow
2 felt hearts for the inside and outside
Eyes: 2 buttons
Eyelashes: black fabric
Pillow Stuffing
Head: (6) 2 1/2″ fabric squares
Body: (6) 3 1/2″ fabric sqaures
Hands & Feet: (6) 2″ fabric squares
Legs & Arms (4) 3 x 6 1/2″ fabric squares
 Begin by sewing the squares together to form a square.
My sewing maching wouldn’t work so I had to sew by hand.
Stuffed the squares with pillow stuffing.
Add the felt square inside
To form the Legs & Arms fold and sew the 3 x 6 1/2 fabric square.
It takes practice; so try to sew in between the whole fabric to make it ruffled.
(Hope I explained my self right.. )
Simply sew the arm it to the robot’s body and hand
Attach bow and eyes

Eyelashes: Cut tiny thin triangles of black fabric and use glue gun to attached them in back of the eye buttons.

Optional: You can sew the trim again so It can give it a more square look to the whole stuffed robot.
And VIOLA! It takes time but super fun to make!
It was my homemade valentine’s gift for my Little Aries.
She was more than happy with her DIY Stuffed Robot!
Isn’t super cute?! It would of looked much better using a sewing machine but next time will be perfect.
Thanks for stopping by,
 Join us every FRIDAY 5PM PT for Create & Inspire Linky Party!

Partying HERE

Back to TopEMAILPOSTFacebookPOSTTweetPOSTSubscribe
  • Heather Green - Oh my goodness! This is beyond adorable! Thanks for the tutorial! I may need to make a whole robot family! :)ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly - No way!!! This is absolutely the most adorable robot. Awesome tutorial :). Thanks for postingReplyCancel

  • Alison - This is super cute :) my son's room is decorated in robots so I'm gonna have to make him a boy versionReplyCancel

  • Anastasia Buff - This is the CUTEST Thing I’ve seen in a while!! Thank you so much for sharing! I’m going to have a nephew & another niece or nephew this yea & I think these would be Super Adorable gifts!! =]] *Thanks!!*ReplyCancel

    • Angie - aww thanks! Yes this lil robot can be a great gift! thanks for stopping byReplyCancel

  • Rabia Butt - OMG-!!! I just LOVE it-! Will definitely do it-!!!ReplyCancel

  • MC - That is absolutely adorable, thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel
    MC recently posted..Big Felt Eyes Make Everything CuterMy Profile

  • Sarah Yewman - Love this! Thanks for the tutorial. It’s my next project.ReplyCancel
    Sarah Yewman recently posted..Peg princessesMy Profile

  • Lori - Love this! Have made three so far…all by hand…thank you for the tutorial! Here is one I made:
    Lori recently posted..wishes & daydreamsMy Profile

  • Lori - Here is a photo of the second one I made:
    Lori recently posted..Brenna’s Ragdoll RobotMy Profile

  • giselle - i love this idea. im a beginner at diy/crafting world. & im JUST IN LOVE WITH THIS! thanks so much for putting this up:)ReplyCancel

  • Mary Curran - I think it looks more charming BECAUSE it IS sewn by hand! I plan to make mine exactly the same way. I love how the hand stitching slightly puckers the stitching line, LOVE IT!ReplyCancel

  • Lori - I wanted to once again thank you and to share my latest robots :) Takes me a while to make them but I am addicted LOL! ♥
    Lori recently posted..wild dandyMy Profile

  • Lori - I\’m addicted. Can\’t help it, lots of fabric that has been sitting around waiting for something cute. One of these days, I will learn to read a store bought pattern and really go to town. thank you again :)

  • Lori - finally finished this one! Now I get to work on the one my 13 year old daughter has been begging for….hope it turns out so I can post it.

    can we say obsessed? I just have so much fabric that makes these really cute and interesting.ReplyCancel
    Lori recently posted..Another cutie….My Profile (dofollow)

  • Karen - How do you attach the head to the body?ReplyCancel

  • Brittany - How did you attach the head to the body? It seems like it would be difficult to stitch it on towards the middle so it doesn’t look like a blob.ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Britanny!
      You can sew in the head to the body before filling them. Mine turned out ok :)ReplyCancel

  • cara - I saw this on pinterest, and I *love* it! I think the hand-sewing absolutely adds that perfect amount of imperfection for charm :)!ReplyCancel
    cara recently posted..Luckiest girlMy Profile

  • Kaouenn - Thanks a lot for this robot : it’s too nice ! I make one for a little boy for Christmas.
    Your blog it’s fantastic.
    (sorry but my english is not very well !)
    Have a very nice year 2013. ByeReplyCancel
    Kaouenn recently posted..RobotMy Profile

  • Botón Púrpura » Robot de peluche. - […] bien emocionada de mostrarte este proyecto. Es un hermoso robot que vi en Little Inspiration. Fue súper divertido hacerlo y el resultado es precioso. En Little Inspiration ella hace uno mas […]ReplyCancel

  • Erin - The only thing i’m not understanding is the arms (sorry!) how are you making them slinky like that? are you lining up the edges and sewing it and then turning it inside out to hide the seam? or are you overlapping and sewing from the outside?ReplyCancel

  • Tina - I have had this cute robot on a pinterest board for a while. I think I might try making one out of felt and see how it looks.

    Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyCancel

  • Kalli - Im also slightly confused about the arms. Are you sewing through all three layers?( the folded over and the back) or just through two that you are over-lapping?ReplyCancel

  • Lori - Had to share my latest personal challenge…just something that got stuck in my head and I had to see it come to life. Not perfect, but that is kind of the point :)

  • Lori - I wanted to let you know that I entered the robot I made called “broken” in our county fair. I won first place and Best of Division! I was told that everyone fell in love with him. Thanks again for the tutorial…I will keep pushing it as far as I can and having fun with it :) *hug*ReplyCancel

  • Laney - Only a couple corrections…after fillin the body put the felt HEART inside. And for the hands and feet its (24) 2″ squares… 6 2″squares per hand/footReplyCancel

  • Nursery Projects | The Great Experiment - […] toys I made on my first few days of unemployment. I found this dinosaur pattern and this robot tutorial that were adorable. I did end up having to modify a few of the patterns to make it a little easier, […]ReplyCancel

  • Kristy - Can you make a you tube video on this im having trouble with attaching the pieces togeter so cutr…ReplyCancel

  • Bored? | Pearltrees - […] DIY Stuffed Robot Tutorial » Little Inspiration […]ReplyCancel

  • Rochelle - How do u attach the head to the body??ReplyCancel

  • Bethany - This is beyond adorable, and PERFECT for my daughters robot themed birthday. Curious what kind of fabric you chose to use. It looks durable.. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • 14 Days of Love {Time to vote} & a winner - Cherished Bliss - […] #2 Stuffed Robot Tutorial by A Little Inspiration […]ReplyCancel

  • Célestine – Le robot peluche | Scribo ergo sum - […] J’avais découvert ce petit robot trop mignon sur Pinterest au hasard de mes déambulations pinesques (oui, j’ai envie d’inventer des mots aujourd’hui !) et ô merveille, le lien menait vers un petit DIY gentiment offert par Angie du blog A little inspiration. […]ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - she is so super cute! really great done! awesome!ReplyCancel
    Sandra recently posted..SushiMy Profile

  • Aline - La Homemade Box - So cute and an original plush!
    It remembers me Wall-E! ^^ReplyCancel
    Aline – La Homemade Box recently posted..[Contenu] La Homemade Box Déc 2013My Profile

  • Free Sewing Pattern: Stuffed Robot - […] Click here to view the pattern and tutorial […]ReplyCancel

    • Brandi - Adorable. Just wanted to let you know the originals are by Littlebrownbyrd who sells them on etsy. Just noticed you said the inspiration is unknown and I discovered her adorable robots several years ago so I figured I’d let you know!ReplyCancel

  • Rainbow - What a cute robot… good idea. It looks lovely and beautiful.

    Rainbow recently posted..Port DicksonMy Profile

  • Célestine - Le robot peluche - Scribo ergo sum - […] J’avais découvert ce petit robot trop mignon sur Pinterest au hasard de mes déambulations pinesques (oui, j’ai envie d’inventer des mots aujourd’hui !) et ô merveille, le lien menait vers un petit DIY gentiment offert par Angie du blog A little inspiration. […]ReplyCancel

  • Beelyana - It’s supercute!!! I’m planing to make one for my girl, so i was wondering, instead of cutting six pieces for the head, can i cut one shape like the pattern for paper box, ? It seems lot easier and a bit less sewing…
    btw, it looks cuter handsawn than on a sewing machine.ReplyCancel

  • yoliie - My robot did not come out square it looks like a ballReplyCancel

  • Topsy Turvy Tuesdays | Ashlee Marie - […] I shared this stuffed robot on my FB page last week, but I had to share it here too, this is just too adorable! It’s so […]ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca - This is soooo cute. Ty so much for sharing your hard work.ReplyCancel

  • DJ - Omg, this is adorable. I intend on making it sometime this week for our little one. Ill post it and link tutorial. Thanks so much.ReplyCancel
    DJ recently posted..Doctor Who Bow Tie Tardis PillowMy Profile

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *



CommentLuv badge