Roland the Plush Whale

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Roland the Plush Whale Pattern


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Sewing: Roland the Plush Whale
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • hand sewing
  • back stitch

Pattern Description:

Roland has been an aspiring travel writer since he heard that only 10% of the Earth's ocean has been explored by man. Splitting his time between his hometown of the Pacific Ocean and his many friends on land, he figures he will have at least 90% of both land and sea surveyed pretty soon. His other interests include sampling new cuisines, photo bombing pictures, and of course writing about his travels.


We're now creating downloadable patterns so you can create your own soft and huggable toys! It's a great way to learn sewing or as a fun DIY afternoon project for all skill levels that can be great use of your scrap fabric. Patterns are delivered via email through Etsy so you can start working immediately!

If you would like to order a finished toy and not the pattern, please contact me at jane [!at]


All patterns and toys are created by myself and are available only for personal use. Please do not redistribute the pattern or create it for sale without permission. If you have any questions about the pattern or other inquiries, please feel free to contact us!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6" wide
  • 4" tall


  • needle
  • sewing machine

You Will Also Need:

  • felt
  • fleece
  • stuffing

About Designer

About Designer

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Janie XY
by JanieXY
North Hollywood, CA
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Hello! I'm Jane Ragasa, the self taught designer, pattern maker, and sewer behind Janie XY Handmade Toys. Now, I'd like to bring the joy of sewing toys to you by sharing original designs and patterns I've created that will leave you creatively satisfied and give you a plush friend to create memories with.

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