handmade wool felt wolf

Who’s Afraid of this Big Bad Wolf?

This felt wolf stuffie is somewhere between a beginner and intermediate project and features four types of stitches — all of which you can learn how to do in our embroidery guide. We are here to help you learn no matter your skill level, so don’t be afraid to just jump on in! 

As with all of our animal stuffies, we recommend using a high-quality wool blend felt. Krista chose to use our marble felt that has a beautiful heathered texture, perfect for the fur of a fluffy grey wolf. She also added some seed stitches for more detail on the face and tail.

If you end up making this felt wolf, we’d love to see it! You can share any projects you make from the site with us by tagging #MadeWithLia on Instagram or Facebook. 

Crafting Tip: New to crafting felt animal stuffies and want to learn more? Take our mini course, 8 Easy Steps to Create Any Felt Stuffie.

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How to Make a Felt Wolf

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern on the right hand side at the top of this post.
  2. Cut out felt according to the  pattern using a Cricut Maker/Silhouette Cameo 4 or scissors.
  3. Sew the legs to the underside piece using two strands of the lighter grey embroidery floss and a whip stitch, working from what will be the inside of the legs. Match and follow the curve of the leg openings, and ensure that the legs are facing the right way.
  4. Repeat the step above for all of the wolf’s legs.

Full tutorial available for members to download on the right hand side at the top of this post.

Felt wolf photo tutorial by Lia Griffith

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Explore More

Love this felt wolf? Browse all of our felt animals for more ideas. And if you’re crafting this for a little one, be sure to check out the rest of our felt and fabric toys.

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