It is known in stories and folklore that fairies live on the islands of Maine. Their houses are very difficult to find because they blend so well into their surroundings. Sometimes the local children build miniature dwellings along the wooded trails in the hope that a fairy will take up residence. Entice the fairies to come live with you! Overgrown with creeping vines, soft moss, lichen and dotted with mushrooms and flowers, this needle felted fairy house will become the perfect hideaway for some lucky fairies or a family of gnomes!
The pattern comes with complete step-by-step instructions with colorful photos and excellent diagrams, and full size patterns to create this charming, two-story fairy habitat, complete with a mushroom stairway leading to the second level. The method of construction is so ingenious you'll want to learn how it's done!
NOTE: Legal size paper is needed to print pages 11-17 of this pattern. If you don't have any, tape together sheets to measure 8.5" x 14". Directions for making dolls is not included.
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I have been crafting since birth, I think. I don't remember a time when I wasn't making things from fabric, yarn, paper, beads, natural objects or purchased craft supplies. It's so relaxing and enjoyable. I guess I'm just a big kid (at heart) because one of my favorite themes for my sewing projects are fairies!