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Pixie Belle sewing PDF Pattern


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Make your own adorable Pixie Belle. These adorable little pixies are fun loving little friends, they do get up to some mischief but you can help but love them for it! The Scandinavian Pixie Belles often work for santa and collect information about all the good girls and boys around the world, the woodland pixie belles are quite shy at first but my, do they know some tricks! Copyright Policy: I have faith that you will respect the long hours and creativity that has gone into producing jojoebi design patterns and kits jojoebi design patterns, concepts and logo are protected by international copyright protection: Items made from this pattern are for personal use only. If you wish to make items to sell from this pattern please convo me about the licence. Copyright (c) 2011 jojoebi designs. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing on a curve SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approx 42cm / 17" tall

Supplies Needed

  • Fabric A for head 42cm x 19cm (17" x 7.5"). Fabric A for skirt 42cm x 11cm (17" x 4.5"). Fabric B for pocket 5cm x 5cm (2" x2"). Fabric B for body 42cm x 7cm (17" x 3"). Fabric C for arms and legs 30cm x 40cm (12"x16"). Felt for face 8cm x 6cm (4" x 3"). Felt for hair 8cm x 4cm (4" x 2"). Felt for cheeks 4cm x 2cm (2" x 1"). Scraps of felt for the mixie (mini pixie). Ribbon for the belt 14cm (6"). Embroidery floss for eyes and mouth. Thread to sew Mixie
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My name is Jo and I go by the nickname jojoebi, that is jo-jo-ebi (eh-bee). I have an educational background in Electronic Imaging and Media Communications but after graduating I decided to pack my bags and travel the world. Which I did, teaching English to pay my way. After a two year stint in the wilderness of Northern Japan, a local boy stole my heart, and I was unable to leave the country without it so we settled down together in Saitama (just outside of Tokyo). A few years later, after a slightly crazy wedding ceremony at Angkor Wat (which involved 5 priests, 9 nuns, Khmer dancers and an elephant ride up a mountain) baby Ebi appeared (now known as Ebi-kun) and after hearing myself saying "I go to shopping" and other grammatically incorrect English sentences I decided it was time to give up the teaching game and return to my passion of designing. When Ebi-kun was still a baby I became interested in the Montessori system of education and so many of the items I design and make are influenced by Montessori, along with my passion for travel and all things kawaii that make Japan such a wonderful place to live.