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Fairy Pagoda Dollhouse

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author The Silver Penny
Price $8.95
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This eight-sided house has a double front door and window shutters that open and close, plus the back of the house opens up for easy access when playing. The roof is made from eight curved & flared scallops with beads hanging from each joint along the front and sides. Don't you just love the curly leaves and vines on the top?

Skill Level: For all levels, even a Beginner! This the very easiest of our fairy houses to create. A zigzag sewing machine is required to complete this project. It only takes 5-6 hours to put together. If you can sew zigzag in a straight line, you can make this! Finished Fairy Pagoda is recommended for ages 4 and older. (Directions for doll are not included.)

Special Printing Instructions: Please print the two roof pattern pages of the Fairy Pagoda that have parts 1 & 2 on them on legal size paper (pages 9 & 10) with your printing preferences changed to legal size. If you don't have any legal size, tape together sheets to equal 8½" x 14" before printing. That should make them print correctly.

by s. carnovale
on March 27th, 2013

Absolutely beautiful and fun to make. It was exciting to see it all come together.
I would recommend this pattern to everyone, even a beginner!
I wish the miniature flower fairy was available as a pdf.


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⅔ yd. Fast-2-Fuse™ or Peltex™ Stiff Interfacing
13” square outer roof fabric
13” square underside of roof fabric
Two 6” x 13” outer wall fabric
Two 1½” squares for back closure (same as outer wall fabric)
Two 6” x 13” inner wall fabric
Two 8” squares floor fabric
Two 2½” x 8” door and window shutter fabric
20” satin ribbon (⅛ wide)
4 small buttons for door knobs
8½” x 10” green & yellow wool felt, one of each (polyester can be substituted, although it doesn’t hold a curl as well)

Other materials needed: All-purpose thread to match fabrics, Tacky Glue, sewing needle, Permanent marker to match thread (optional).
Note: A zigzag sewing machine is required to complete this project.

Optional: Glass or crystal beads in a variety of shapes, needle that can pass through beads.