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Strawberry Stuffie: Craft Tutorial Pattern

Strawberries are definitely a popular fruit among many people because of their color and sweetness and ease of picking and processing. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have strawberries to display on your counter that never spoil? What about the taking your strawberries to the next level by dipping them in chocolate? There is even some surprise "dipped decorations" in this tutorial! Please keep reading!

Why not turned your dipped Strawberries into Bride and Groom Strawberries? or simply Formal Strawberries. Choose between (3) pattern options (Dipped, Bride or Groom) in sewing pattern templates, SVG cut files, or machine embroidery files.

Let's get creative! Just gather the supplies below, then download the pattern/files. Don't forget to share your project on social media using the hashtag #BSImakersclub and tag @beesewinspired.


  • Sewing Machine or Embroidery Machine

  • Rotary Cutter

  • Quilting Ruler

  • Self-Healing Mat

  • Iron and Wool Mat

  • Scissors

  • Hand sewing needle


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1. Download the Strawberry Pattern designed by Bee Sew Inspired. You can choose either the PDF Pattern to hand cut your shapes, or the SVG Cut File and follow the directions to have your Cricut Maker cut the felt shapes. Make sure to use your rotary blade and set the fabric to felt.

2. Fuse the Heat-N-Bond to the wrong side of your decorative fabrics BEFORE cutting the shape. This will help keep the fabric stable while cutting out all those curved edges of the “chocolate dip”

3. Using the templates cut out the strawberry shape and cut out the chocolate dip shape making sure to cut out two each for a back and front. Fuse the chocolate dip shape to the strawberry.

4. Lay strawberry shapes right sides together and stitch using a 1/4” seam allowance. Trim seam allowances and clip curves.