Hello friends, this is Jennifer Long from Sew A Story, a fabric designer with Riley Blake Designs and a doll and quilt pattern designer.

Stitch cute stuffed mushrooms to use for decor or as small toys. You’ll love choosing fabrics for the mushroom caps as you stitch sweet mushrooms in two sizes! We promise you’ll have a magical time sewing this project.⁠ This pattern uses templates and is beginner-friendly. These mushrooms are so fast and fun(gi) to make, that’ll you’ll have a little garden of them in no time!

Let’s start sewing! Just gather the supplies below, and then download the pattern. Don’t forget to share your Stuffed Mushroom Pattern on social media using the hashtag #SASStuffedMushroom and tag @sewastory_jenniferlong


  • Sewing Machine/hand-sewing needles
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Quilting Ruler
  • Self-Healing Mat
  • Iron and Wool Mat
  • HeatNBond Fusible Fleece
  • Stuffing (polyester fiberfill)
  • Turning tool or chopstick
  • Embroidery floss (optional)


I used fabric from my To Grandmothers House Fabric Collection with Riley Blake Designs! The colors in this fabric collection (in stores February 2024) are gorgeous shades of red, pink, green, and brown and feature small mushrooms, apples, strawberries, and the characters from Little Red Riding Hood.

Learn my best tips and tricks to make a Stuffed Mushroom in the video below! I also share my favorite products that make stuffed crafts easier to sew and give them a more polished finish — including Thermoweb’s HeatNBond Fusible Fleece!

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