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Dragon Sewing Patterns

You can now order instantly downloadable patterns right from my website. Choose your patterns below!

This Chinese style Good Luck Dragon is 14″ long and 10″ high. He is made from hand dyed woven wool with wired fingers and thread joints. His eyes and belly are needle felted. Mane and whiskers are Tibetan lamb hair.

Pattern includes clearly written and illustrated directions with full size pattern pieces. Dragon may be made for sale with credit given to me as the designer.

This is the easiest of my dragon patterns, a very basic design. Made from woven wool, but you can use other materials such as wool felt,flannel, some short stapled fun furs. etc. Any material that you can felt into. The details are needle felted with wool roving. Finished dragon is about 11″ tall and is thread jointed. Chest, wings and other details are needle felted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two beautiful dragon patterns in one digital download. Patterns will be delivered as a PDF file. Detailed instructions with illustrations. Each dragon is about 22″ long. Needle felted eyes and chest, soft sculpted nose, wired fingers/toes. Your choice to thread joint or safety lock joint, instructions included for both. Dragons shown are made with hand dyed woven wool and wool felt, but other materials may be used.

The Lass of Loch Ness is 27″ long! With embroidered nose, sculpted mouth and needle felted eyes. Detailed directions include illustrations. Can be made from a variety of fabrics, including: hand dyed wool, faux fur, fleece, flannel or cotton velvet, etc. Stuffed with a mixture of stuffing and poly pellets for weight and floppiness. Child safe. Pattern can be made for profit.

 

Amat is very quiet and shy for a dragon. She prefers cuddles and nap time with her favorite human. Amat is 17″ long and 10 1/2″ high with ribbon spikes down her neck and back. She is made from fleece and has an embroidered nose and needle felted eyes.
Directions are detailed with illustrations for ease in understanding.
You may make this pattern for sale.

 

 

The Bookwyrm dragon is a stubby 9″ dragon and is a fierce protector for your library or computer station. Details are needle felted.

 

 

From high in the Andes mountain ranges we find the Short Snout Dragon. He is a large specimen at almost 4 feet in length, though rather low to the ground. He is a fierce protector, but has a loving nature for those in his household. Give him a good name and a gentle master and he will be benevolent for all of his days.

The Andes Short Snout Dragon is 46” long from tip of nose to tail, and 10″ tall at the shoulder. Sculpted nose, wired neck, tail and fingers. Freezer paper method.

 

 

Percival & Goon are patterns based on the characters from my book, To Find A Wonder, Percival the dragon, and Goon, the minstrel, are now available! Percival is 17″ tall and has a
sculpted face and needle felted details. His arms and legs are thread jointed. Goon is 8″ tall and is needle sculpted with needle felted details,he is also thread jointed.

 

 

 

 

Soft Heart Dragon has a tender spot for even the youngest dragon lover. He sits at 12″ and is fully jointed for the ultimate play and snuggle time experience. Needle felted eyes and spots. Clearly written instructions with detailed illustrations. Comes with a great supplier list. Dragon can be made from many materials.

 

The Longtailed Dragon is a noble creature that measures 22″ in length. Wired fingers for posing. Shown made from hand-dyed wool with needle felted features, but can be made from other materials. Thread jointed, but can be safety lock or cotterpin jointed. Easy to follow instructions with detailed illustrations. Finish in an afternoon!

 

The Willow Wisp Dragon is shown made from hand dyed woven wool with needle felted details. You can use other materials.  This dragon measures 12″ tall and has wired claws for flexiblity and pose-ability. Easy to understand,written and illustrated directions. Thread jointed, no joints to buy! Not intended for small children.

 

 

Parcival is the first new dragon of 2009. He is well behaved…most of the time. Parcival stands at 13″ high, has an elegant manner and is just plain fun! I’ve designed fabric wings to make use of all those beautiful batiks out there, but you could also needle felt the wings or use fantasy film. Your imagination is the only limit. Parcival is thread jointed. You may use this pattern for small profit. Dragons for sale mus clearly provide credit to ‘The Dragon Charmer’ as the original creator of this pattern.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lewis is the kind of dragon that will stick his neck out for you. He is a whopping 2 foot long and is great fun! I’ve designed fabric wings to make use of all those beautiful batiks out there, but you could also needle felt the wings or use fantasy film. Your imagination is the only limit. Lewis is thread jointed. You may use this pattern for small profit. Dragons for sale must clearly provide credit to ‘The Dragon Charmer’ as the original creator of this pattern. Not intended for small children.

 

This beautiful dragon sewing pattern is for a completely hand sewn dragon from hand dyed wool-blend felt. His body is needle felted with swirling patterns using wool roving and beaded for an extra bit of sparkle. His eyes are glass beads. Wired limbs and claws for posing.

If you want to make this dragon for a child please use safety lock eyes or needle felt the eyes and use your best judgement when adding embellishments. He is 15″ long and stands at 9 1/2″ high. This dragon is for display or very gentle play.

The pattern includes both written and illustrated directions. A full color photo tutorial on sewing the toes together is available here.

 

Spanky is a 6 1/2 inches tall wingless dragon. Easy to sew with needle sculpted and felted features. Thread jointed. Directions are easy to follow with detailed illustrations. Claws are wired for flexibility.

 

 

 

 

 

Made from hand dyed woven wool with needle felted details. The Laying Western Dragon measures 12″ tall and has wired claws for flexiblity and pose-ability. Easy to understand,written and illustrated directions. Thread jointed, no joints to buy! Not intended for small children.

 

 

Every little knight needs a trophy on his castle wall! The Dragon Slayer’s Trophy pattern includes the directions to make a 15″ wide by 25″ tall dragon head trophy. Easy to follow directions with illustrations. Some carpentry skill is needed for the base construction. Needle felted eyes, soft sculpted nostrils.

 

 

 

 

Why ride a horse when you can ride a dragon? The Giddy-Up Dragon pattern contains the instructions for the 15″long “hobby horse” style dragon head and the riding stick. Easy to sew with both written and illustrated directions. The eyes are needle felted. Pattern has detailed instructions with illustrations.

 

 

 

 

Happy Dragon stands at 15″ tall and is 21″ long. He has a toothy grin because he knows many dragon secrets!

Shown made from hand dyed wool, but he can be made from other fabrics. Wired neck and toes for posing, needle felted chest, eyes, nostrils, and mane down neck. His legs are thread jointed but you could use safety lock or cotter pin joints. Easily add needle felted wings too.

In the picture his tail is filled with poly beads, but if you stuff it firmly it stands up and curls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here There be Dragons, Pattern Bundle #1

Five patterns for $25.00. Includes the patterns for: Playing Dragon, Maned Bookwyrm Dragon, Eslinger Dragon, Willow Wisp Dragon and Spanky.

 

 

 

Dragon Bundle #2

Five patterns for $25.00. Download includes the patterns for:

Amat, Western Dragon, Giddy-Up Dragon, Jewel Dragon and the Andes Short Snout Dragon.


6 Responses to Dragon Sewing Patterns

  1. dragonstar23

    They are awesome 😀

  2. Cathy Gray

    Love your patterns Jennifer. So darling!

  3. Denise

    I just love your dragons. We are expecting our 1st grandson & I think your characters are perfect for a nursery. I will be sewing some, but am curious…do you ever sell the sketches of your dragons? We are looking for things to make into a mural & your characters are perfect! Thanks for your help.

  4. Patricia Beymer

    Hi Jennifer,
    I have your Jewel Dragon pattern and have not been able to get the head gusset to fit. It seems to be to long (goes past notch “B”. Can you help? Thanks Pat B.

    • admin

      Hi Patricia,
      simply stitch the whole gusset in. It’s okay if it goes a bit past the notch. =)
      Jenn

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