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This sweet 6½” fairy doll is easy to sew and is a satisfying project for the beginner to experienced dollmaker. Her arms and legs are posable, making it possible for her to sit, stand (with support) or hold onto things.
Sewing Skill level: Suitable for all levels, Beginner to Advanced. Finished doll recommended for ages 3 and older.
2004, Kathryn Sheehan. All Rights Reserved.
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.
(2) 8” x 7” cotton knit skin fabric
6” tubular gauze (7/8” wide)
wool batting for stuffing (cotton batting can be substituted)
3½ yds. heavy-duty craft thread or white dental floss
1 pair of wire/net fairy wings (approximately 3¼” across)
(2) 12” pipe cleaners
4” x 6” green felt for bodice & shoes
2” x 2½” green felt for pants
1 yd. green embroidery floss to match felt
12” pink embroidery floss for mouth
18” embroidery floss for eyes
6” light colored double fold bias (¼” wide)
14” steam-a-seam fusible web tape (¼” wide)
10” satin ribbon (¼” wide)
1 large rose silk flower or 5-8 petals
10 seed beads
9” wool roving for hair (or any doll hair sold at craft stores)
Other Notions: needle, thread, water soluble marking pen (optional), curved needle (optional, but helpful), tacky or hot glue.