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 ...
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!View all patterns by designer (24) »
Simple in design...and yet so exquisitely lovely! This oriental-style fantasy doll house is filled with space and light. Any fairy would be delighted to call it home!
This fairy house with an oriental style creates a fun and satisfying sewing experience for the beginner. The pattern includes full-size patterns and step-by-step instructions with colorful photographs and excellent diagrams. (Instructions for doll are not included.)
This eight-sided house has a double front door and window shutters that open and close, plus the back of the house opens up for easy access when playing. The roof is made from eight curved & flared scallops with beads hanging from each joint along the front and sides. Don't you just love the curly leaves and vines on the top?
NOTE: The last two pages of the pattern require legal size paper. If you don't have any, tape together four sheets of paper to create two that measure 8.5" x 14" before printing pages 9 & 10.