Nori, as pictured, is made from hand dyed wool and a premium faux fur. You may substitute the wool for any doll skin fabric of your choice. You may also use safety lock eyes or glass eyes on loops instead of needle felting the eyes.
I used safety lock joints for Nori, if you know how to use other joints, go for it. Please keep in mind who the recipient is when you choose your materials.
My sewing patterns are clearly written in English and have illustrated directions. This sewing pattern is best for an intermediate sewer, or a beginner with a more advanced helper at hand.
From my children’s book, Tangled Magick, the sequel to Hapenny Magick, comes Huldfrejya, the troll queen in the tale. She captures the happennies and turns them into slaves…but is she really the villain?
She’s about 14″ tall with a face only a mother could love. I’ve made her from hand dyed wool but she can be made from many doll making fabrics. Eyes and fangs are needle felted, fingers are wired, thread jointed. Pattern is written and illustrated. Best for intermediate sewing levels.
Avril, The Goblin Traveler. I caught this guy trying to steal eggs from our chicken coop! Luckily he only got away with one and a nice black feather from the rooster. I don’t think he’ll be back, but I’ll be on the lookout for those red boots!
Avril is made from hand-dyed wool, but you can make him from many different doll making fabrics. Suppliers list included. Needle felted eyes, wired fingers. Shirt is made from a pair of children’s tights, boots are infant size 6-12 months. Thread jointed. Avril is 17″ tall.Best for intermediate sewers.
Sybil, A Faerie Mother, stands at 12″ tall and carries her newborn all swaddled up. Easy to follow directions with illustrations and suppliers list. Shown made from hand dyed wool, but can be made from Dolskin or craft velour as well. Needle felted eyes, dress made from a fat quarter of cotton. Sybil is not jointed. Limited numbers can be sold for profit. NO mass production.
This pattern is intended for intermediate to advanced doll makers. If you have trouble turning small parts, please enlarge pattern. A set of tiny turning tubes (from Dollmaker’s Journey) are HIGHLY recommended. Please read all directions before beginning project.
Tidbit Faeries are only 3″ tall, the perfect size for a pin, ornament or tiny doll. The basic doll is child-friendly, made from wool felt and cotton knit with embroidered features. This pattern has detailed written directions as well as illustrations to guide you on your faerie making journey. Inspired by Waldorf dolls, these little hapennies and trolls have a wired body for posing and playing.
You may use this pattern t sell finished pieces. These dolls are based on the characters in my children’s book, Hapenny Magick. You can also use this pattern, in conjunction with the Hapenny Magick, Toadstool Mushrooom pattern, to make Tidbit Toadstool people!
Grizzle the Faun began his life as a custom order for a little boy who needed a sidekick to fight the monsters that live under his bed. He is fully jointed and made from faux fur and hand-dyed wool with ultra suede antlers. Of course, you can use other doll making fabrics too. Grizzle is approximately 18″ tall. His eyes are needle felted and he is child safe. You are allowed to make these fauns for sale. Please include link to the original pattern.
Tidbit Faeries are only 3″ tall, the perfect size for a pin, ornament or tiny doll. The basic doll is child-friendly, made from wool felt and cotton knit with embroidered features. This pattern has detailed written directions as well as illustrations to guide you on your faerie making journey. Inspired by Waldorf dolls, this little faerie has a wired boy for posing and playing.
You may use this pattern to sell finished pieces.You can also use this pattern, in conjunction with the Hapenny Magick, Toadstool Mushrooom pattern, to make Tidbit Toadstool people!
He is made from premium faux fur with needle felted details. He is 16″ nose to rump with a longer tail. Ultrasuede ears and horn. Needle sculpted face. Fully jointed and child friendly. Weighted legs and belly. Pattern is detailed with illustrated directions. Instructions include a nice suppliers list.
Wee Fae are 2″ of palm-cradling love. Made from wool felt and hand stitched, you can embellish your Wee Fae in so many ways! For Waldorf doll makers, needle felt his wings and embroider his eyes! Directions include clear instructions and illustrations. Pattern includes instructions for fantasy film wings and thread jointing.
The pattern includes the templates for her dress, apron and shoes as well as the doll itself. This pattern does not include the directions for the piglet, but you can find that as a free pattern.
Maewyn stands on her own at 12″ tall. There is an option to thread joint her or to use plastic armature (don’t worry, I tell you where to get all the supplies you need!)
Detailed illustrations come with the written directions. You may make this pattern for profit.
The Toadstool Hobgoblins are based on the characters in my book, Hapenny Magick. With a swish of her wand, Maewyn turned the toadstools into hobgoblins and now you can too! These 5″ tall cuties are made from wool felt with a bit of cotton knit for their head. A cinch to whip together! Would make an adorable nursery mobile too! Directions are clear and include illustrations. You can make my patterns for profit.
Pumpkin-headed Jack and Scarecrow Joe are 14″ long and stuffed with personality. These slouchy dolls love to “hang around”. Jack and Joe can be hung from a loop on their head or laze around. Perfect for your fall decorating! Easy to make with only 3 easy pattern pieces. Detailed instructions with illustrations. Very popular at fall craft festivals. Like all of my patterns, you can make these guys for profit!
Yuki Frostfoot is a yeti and is 17″ long, made from faux fur and hand dyed cotton sweatshirt fleece (there are directions for this very easy process on my blog www.thedragoncharmer.com. He is fully jointed using safety lock joints, embroidered eyes and an attached nose.
My patterns have clearly written directions and illustrations. All of my patterns can be made for profit–but not mass produced.
Razielle is 13″ high and 10″ long. Make a beautiful Unicorn or a wonderful horse. You could even add wings and have a nice Pegasus. Razielle has wired legs and neck, so no joints to fuss with. I used coat-weight wool for durability, but other materials may be used. Needle felted eyes, soft sculpted mouth.
These Lil Stinkers are causing mischief all over the place! Finished Goblin babies are 9″ when sitting and 12-1/2″ tall when standing. You can also put them into a crawling position. Needle felted features, fully jointed and pose able creatures. Detailed written and illustrated directions. You can make for resale, as long as I am credited as the designer. The file will be emailed to you within 24 hours, usually sooner.
Fairie Tiptoes is two patterns in one, with both 24″ and 14″ versions of the doll. Fully jointed with needle sculpted nose, mouth and toes and needle felted eyes and hair. Also comes with a lovely and easy dress pattern, bloomers, and a cute slip on shoe with curly toe. Easy to understand, illustrated directions.
Look out! A cute new toddler is coming your way. The horned Troll Tot stands at 17″ high and is fully jointed with safety lock joints.. Needle felted features, poseable fingers. Pattern is detailed, written and illustrated. Troll is shown made from hand dyed wool, but other materials can be used.
Pippin Poorbelly is made from hand-dyed cotton fleece. A sweet faerie tot about 16″ long. He is fully jointed and wears a three piece, child friendly outfit and hat over his curls. His eyes are needle felted and his toes and nose are soft sculpted.
Pippen is weighted to have the feel of a real faerie baby. Detailed directions with clear illustrations and a suppliers list. There is also a post on my blog to dye cotton yourself–it’s really easy!
Fully jointed Satyr and Ogre babies stand 17″ tall and are a bundle full of love. Optional fur insert for hair or make your baby have a full head of hair. Choose sew on nose or bead nose too. Pattern includes directions for shirt, jacket, and pants. Dolls are safety lock jointed and child-safe.
Pea Pad babies,
Mortimer and his Lady are two of the main characters in my book, To Find A Wonder. This is the sewing pattern to make Mortimer and his Lady. Pattern includes detailed written and illustrated directions for both the squire and his horse.
Lady stands at 13″ at the shoulder and Mortimer is 16″ tall. Mortimer is very poseable. Patterns for all clothing, saddle, saddle blanket and reins are included. Needle felted features.
See the other two characters, Percival the dragon and Goon the dwarf, below.
The second series of patterns based on the characters of 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.
Purchase both and save $4!
Fantasy Sewing Pattern Bundle
Five great fantasy sewing patterns for one price! Save over 50% when you buy the collection versus buying the separate patterns ($54!).
Pumpkin head Jack and Scarecrow Joe
14″ long a stuffed with personality, these slouchy dolls love to “hang around”. Jack and Joe can be hung from a loop on their head or laze around. Perfect for your fall decorating! Easy to make with only 3 easy pattern pieces.
These Lil’ Stinkers are causing mischief all over the place! Finished Goblin babies are 9″ when sitting and 12-1/2″ tall when standing. You can also put them into a crawling position. Needle felted features, fully jointed and pose able creatures.
The Lindwyrm is an easy to make dragon who likes to perch on your shoulder. Make him with two legs or four, with spiky ridges or not! Needle felted details. 31″ long.
Soft Heart Dragon:
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. Clearly written instructions with detailed illustrations. Comes with a great supplier list. Dragon can be made from many materials.
Razielle is 13″ high and 10″ long. Make a beautiful Unicorn or a wonderful horse. You could even add wings and have a nice Pegasus. Razielle has wired legs and neck, so no joints to fuss with. I used coat-weight wool for durability, but other materials may be used.Needle felted eyes, soft sculpted mouth.
Patterns have clearly written instructions and are illustrated. Also includes a list of wonderful suppliers. Limited quantities from each pattern can be made for sale.
Into the magical woods, where you’ll meet tons of new creatures!. This bundle features the sewing patterns for Little Stinkers Goblin Babies, Ogre and Satyr Babies, Pea Pod Faerie Babies, Leif, a paper doll and the new Polliwogs pattern!.
These Lil Stinkers are causing mischief all over the place! Please help me by adopting one!! Goblin babies are 9″ when sitting and 12-1/2″ tall when standing. You can also put them into a crawling position. Needle felted features, fully jointed and pose able creatures
Fully jointed Satyr and Ogre babies stand 17″ tall and are a bundle full of love. Optional fur insert for hair or make your baby have a full head of hair. Choose sew on nose or bead nose too. Pattern includes directions for shirt, jacket and pants.
Leif is a 10-1/2″ paper doll pattern that gives you lots of room for your imagination! He is designed as a pull string puppet style doll. The pattern gives you the basic body, written and illustrated directions for jointing and dancing and lots of ideas to spark your imagination
This 22″ inch long “sweet pea” is a joy to have around. He sits at 13 1/2″ tall and is made from hand dyed woven wool. Pea Pods fit into newborn size clothes and comes with a diaper pattern.
Polliwogs are 17″ long and made from cotton fleece. Directions include the patterns for shirt, coat, hat and britches. Needle felted eyes, sculpted nose.
This easy to make 14″ furry faerie is fully jointed with needle felted features. If you make him as a gift be sure to include a warning tag. The salmon nosed squaller received his name from the piercing howl that is emitted if you neglect to cuddle him. Can be made from long or short, fur, acrylic or mohair. Requires 5- 35mm joints. Detailed written and illustrated instructions. Don’t let the cute factor fool you!!
Wizard’s Apprentice–One pattern makes two different dolls. The Wizard’s Apprentice is a 13” doll with jointed arms and legs. Head and body are one easy piece. Soft sculpted nose and mouth, needle felted eyes and hair. Directions include illustrations and instructions for both the spellbook and pocket bag.
Frog Prince, a great pattern to embellish!
The Frog Prince measures 5″ high and comes with needle felting
directions for his crown using water soluble stabilizer. I made him out of hand dyed wool fabric, but you can use other materials like flannel and felt.