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Tooth Fairy Mug Rug or Pillow


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"My tooth came out!" That first baby tooth is gone and a child is giddy with excitement. It's hard to get to sleep knowing that during the night the tooth fairy will take the tooth and leave a surprise gift in exchange. But where to put the tooth? Under the pillow? What if it falls off the bed or gets tangled in blankets and the tooth fairy can't find it? In a glass of water? But what if the water gets knocked over? This pattern holds the perfect solution. Stitch up a pillow to hang on a bed frame or doorknob, or choose to make a mug rug that can rest on a bedside stand or dresser. The mug rug and the pillow are almost identical. Each has a small pocket with a flap that will keep the tooth safe and easy to find and a larger pocket shaped like a tooth. The larger pocket has plenty of space to hold a note to or from the tooth fairy and a gift. The pattern contains detailed instruction for both the mug rug and the pillow. Numerous photos illustrate every step of the process. Also included are a full size template for the large pocket and a full size layout plan. Please contact me if you come across any questions or snags while using this pattern. I'll be happy to help in any way I can. My email address: My facebook page: My blog: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7 1/2" x 10"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Two 8 1/2" x 11" pieces of fabric for the front and back of the pillow or mug rug, a 6 1/2" x 13" piece of white fabric, 3" x 8 1/2" scrap for small pocket, 2 1/4" buttons, 5/8" ribbon, red embroidery floss.

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K Lee 2strings
K Lee 2strings
When I retired from a lifetime of teaching in 2007, I was worried that I'd quickly get bored. That concern didn't last long at all. I was thrilled to discover that there really is life outside of the classroom. I spend parts of most of my days indulging in my favorite hobbies of quilting and sewing. I started designing patterns as an experiment, and no one was more surprised than I was to find that other people liked my little designs. I'm a teacher at heart, so I do try to write my patterns in such a way that beginning quilters can follow them. I include lots of details, photos, and little informative notes. I make myself easily available to my customers, and I respond to all questions as quickly and as thoroughly as I can. Contact Information: Blog:, Facebook Page:, Email: