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Toys, Bags and other sewing/ craft patterns

Ducky

Ducky is the main character in my new children’s picture book, Ducky and Spike. She is a sweet 6″ poseable doll made from cotton knit and wool felt.

The pattern is illustrated with photographs and clearly written. There is a list of suppliers included as well. Ducky is a great pattern for intermediate sewers.

Want to learn more about the book? Click here!

 

Graveyard Angel Barrette

Based on artwork from a colonial graveyard. Barrette is easy to make, you only need to know/learn a blanket stitch. 2-3/4″ wide and 4″ across.

 

 

 

 

A Little Batty

Decorate your home for the season with these not-so-scary winged creatures of the night. Bat ornament is easy to make from wool felt and is 3″ long with an approximate wingspan of 6″.

 

 

 

 

 

Not All Witches Pillow

Not all witches live in Salem. Remind your trick-or-treater’s to be nice because there might just be a witch in the house! Pillow cover fits a 16″ x 16″ pillow form. Permissions are granted to enlarge/reduce to fit your project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gnome Sweet Gnome

Bring a little magic of the forest into your home with this cute wool felt applique project. 14″ in diameter. Use as a candle mat or table centerpiece.

 

Fergus-MacTavish-agiftformommacoverFergus MacTavish, a Gift for Momma

Embroidery pattern. Too see all of the Fergus MacTavish pattern visit this page. Each Fergus MacTavish pattern includes colorful watercolor illustrations along with part of Fergus’s story. Don’t miss any of Fergus’s great adventure, collect all the patterns!

The second in the Fergus MacTavish storybook sewing pattern series. A Gift For Momma, is an embroidery design for a portrait of Fergus MacTavish, a Scottish llama.

Pattern includes the line drawing for the llama in two different sizes, with permission to enlarge or reduce drawing to fit your project. Kits will be available soon in my Etsy store. I’ve also included the supplier for the embroidery pendant setting.

 

Fergus-MacTavish-LondoncoverFergus MacTavish Goes to London.

This is the third in the Fergus MacTavish storybook sewing pattern series.

The double decker bus pouch is 8-1/2″ long and has a zippered top. Windows are made from wool felt and pattern uses basic embroidery stitches. The Pattern contains illustrated and clearly written directions to make this cute bag. Bag is lined for a finished look and has a loop to easy toting. Full patterns included, no enlarging necessary!

 

 

Moongazer Hare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A great way to decorate your home! Make these pretty chair covers for your Windsor style chairs. Measures 21″ across at bottom and 9″ tall. Ties keep it in place.

Pattern comes with sewing directions and applique of hare (in two sizes in case you’d like to make an accent pillow!), acorns and moon. Great beginner project!
Embroidery stitches used: blanket stitch, satin stitch, outline stitch, straight stitch.

Christmas Spirits

Christmas Spirits are little elves that arrive in your home and help spread joy and cheer during the holiday season. Arrange them in a new place every morning with a little note for the children or grandchildren encouraging the spirit of the season. Your note can say: Let’s visit an elderly neighbor or relative today, Let’s read a favorite story together today, Let’s bake cookies for our mailman today–whatever you want!

Help spread kindness during the holiday season and teach the little ones to do the same! Heck, spread joy every day, make some elves that come every month instead of just during the holiday season!

This website has some other great ideas to share: http://theimaginationtree.com/2013/11/alternative-elf-on-shelf-tradition-kindness-elf-kindness-elves.html

Materials you’ll need to make your Christmas Spirits:

Wooden head, wire bendy dolls, 5 ½” tall
( I got mine at http://www.beardancecrafts.com/wood_figures.htm)

Wool felt in your choice of colors (a 9×12” sheet will make both dolls)
Embroidery floss that matches the colors of your felt
Sewing needle
Scrap of wool for scarf (1/2 x 9”)
Scraps of washed wool or wool felt for shoes (a 6×6” square per doll will do)
Small buttons and other trims
Sharp, small scissors
A bit of wool roving in your choice of colors

I’ve made this pattern with an unlimited number of dolls you can make for sale–Let’s spread the joy!


Beast of a Bag

Roomy and fabulous for everyday use! This beast of a bag will will grab attention everywhere you go!

Full of character, this bag measures 16 1/2″ by 13″ when finished and only takes a 1/2 yard of fur!

Easy to make with illustrated and clearly written instructions. Suppliers list included. You may make small, handmade quantities for resale.

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