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One rainy day, a fairy was in need of a dry shelter to wait out the storm. She found it in the hollow stem of a red & yellow polka-dot toadstool. The space was cozy, warm and delighted her so much she decided to stay -- and that's where you'll find her living happily to this very day!
This unique mushroom dollhouse has a hollow stem, which provides just the right space for a tiny fairy to live quite comfortably. The house is constructed of wool fleece and dry felted, using the needle felting technique directly to a stiff interfacing, which provides a sturdy, durable structure! (No sewing required.)
The pattern includes full-size patterns and step-by-step instructions with colorful photos and diagrams. Note: Instructions for fairy doll is not included.
copyright 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.
4” Timtex™, Peltex™ or Fast-2-Fuse™ circle for base
6” x 10½” Timtex™, Peltex™ or Fast-2-Fuse™ rectangle for walls (or stem)
7” Timtex™, Peltex™ or Fast-2-Fuse™ circle for base of roof (or cap)
½ Styrofoam™ ball (6” diameter)
4 oz. white or natural, ivory-colored wool fleece ¼ oz. red wool fleece
⅛ oz. yellow wool fleece
Felting needle (36 or 38 gauge, all purpose)
Any firm foam pad about 1½” thick, such as a chair pad (can be purchased at fabric or craft store)
White School Glue or Tacky Glue