Cute, Clever, & Crafty

Raccoons may be crafty, but so are you! Today we’re showing you how to craft this cute and clever animal using the tools and materials we’ve listed below along with our pattern. While you don’t have to use exactly what we use, we always recommend using a high-quality felt for your handmade stuffies.

If you’re making this felt raccoon stuffie as part of a woodland theme for a nursery or kid’s room, we have a couple of other crafts you might want to check out! For example, there’s our papercut woodland baby mobile, our woodland art, and our woodland DIY throw pillows. Or, if you’re gifting this to your favorite kiddo, you can wrap it up with this pretty woodland wrapping paper.

Ready to craft your felt raccoon stuffie? Just follow the tutorial and let us know if you have any questions along the way. Also, if you have any little ones who want to join in on the crafting fun, they can make their own felt raccoons using pinecones!

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How to Make a Felt Raccoon Stuffie

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern on the right hand side at the top of this post.
  2. Cut felt according to the template notes, using your scissors or a Cricut Maker.
  3. Use a small dab of glue to hold felt details in place for sewing.
  4. Whip stitch the ear centers onto the ears and the white face and grey face detail onto body; then blanket stitch the ear pieces together.

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Step by step photo tutorial for felt raccoon stuffie by Lia Griffith

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Get Crafty with Us!

Want more craft ideas like this one? We have tons of felt and fiber crafts for you to explore on the site—as well as more stuffie patterns. Or branch out to a new medium! We have paper flowersjewelry, and many more DIY project ideas that are simple to make.

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