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Fairy Dreaming


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As a lover of all things fantasy, when my daughter asked for fairies to decorate her room, inspiration hit. This pattern is pretty versatile, lending itself to raw edge applique. You can choose to add multiple fairies, flowers, birds, moons or anything from your imagination. Included in the pattern are 3 different sizes of fairy, 3 sizes of the birds as well as 3 different sizes for the flowers. The patterns have also been included in reverse so the fairy, birds and flower can face in either direction. Make this miniature in a few hours using scraps from your stash. Set this miniature quilt on point, or make multiple blocks to make a whole quilt. You are only limited as to what your imagination can do. I do allow the sale of products made with this pattern, and the use of this pattern for charitable purposes (such as the AAQI) is most certainly allowed. Here's what a pattern tester did: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a rotary cutter and scissors Iron Fusible Webbing Use your imagination and have fun!

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5x5 square of fabric for the flower
  • 4x8 rectangle of black fabric for the fairy
  • 12.5x12.5 square of darkest fabric

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Shore Stitches
Shore Stitches
I've loved fabric and crafts since I was a child. I've done cross stitching, embroidery, but my first love has always been quilting. Only recently have I begun designing my own patterns I live at the NJ shore, one of the hardest hit areas after Hurricane Sandy. Should any of my patterns be sold (and they're all on sale now) every bit of profit from these patterns will be donated to victims (through the local fire department - Silverton in Toms River, NJ) who lost their houses. Most of my friends lost homes; my husband, daughter and I are very lucky - we only suffered minor damage.