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|Author||The Silver Penny|
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.
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.
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.
2006, Kathryn Sheehan
For personal use only. Please do not duplicate without written permission from the author. Permission is granted for the selling of a finished product made from this pattern in limited quantities if credit is given to the author for its design.