This cute little fairy is the guardian of the fly agaric.
You need the following materials to make this fairy;
- Wool fill
- Piece of white wool felt and a tiny piece of green felt
- Red white polka dot cotton fabric
- Flesh-colored felt bead
- White embroidery thread and a needle
1 - Use a cake plate as a template and cut a circle of the dotted fabric.
2 - Stitch 1 inch from the side a running stitch around the circle.
3 - Make a small pouch by pulling the ends of the yarn.
Fill the pouch loosely with some fill wool.
4 - Secure the ends of the yarn and close the pouch with a lock stitch.
5 - Cut a smaller circle out of the white felt.
Attach the circle on the pouch with a stitch in the middle of the circle.
6 - Attach the felt bead in the middle of the circle on the pouch.
7 - Cut the circle with scissors into strips, but not too close to the felt bead.
8 - Cut a small circle of the dotted fabric and use a running stitch again to make a tiny pouch. This will be the hat for the fairy. Fill the hat with a little wool fill and stitch it on the felt bead.
9 - Our fairy is almost ready now.
Cut the ends of the collar in half circles and stitch a white felt strip around the hat.
Finally, attach a few tiny green felt leaves to the hat to finish it.
What a little sweetheart!
oh my God! cutie cutie adorable :))...ReplyDelete
So sweet, I will have a go, I am not much of a sewer though.ReplyDelete
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cheers from New Zealand, Marie
oh,mushroom love!!! I love how this little world is growing...ReplyDelete
missy from the bayou
I keep jumping from one post to another, amazed at how artistic and full of imagination you are :)ReplyDelete