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Wee Princess Pea

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THIS LISTING IS FOR THE DIGITAL PATTERN ONLY, not a finished toy or a kit. Make a little person in your life her very own fairy tale in a tin! This PDF pattern will show you how to craft a tiny poseable princess doll with a lofty bed and her own fancy closet, all scaled to fit inside two recycled Altoids tins. Close the tins, drop them in the pretty drawstring bag, and you are ready to travel with your Wee Princess Pea. The Wee Princess Pea pattern features: - 3.5 inch poseable princess doll in a lacy nightgown - Royal wool felt robe and crown - Blanket, pillow and mattresses with a tiny built-in pea - Ladder - Royal closet with hanger and mirror - Royal bed with wooden legs and storage compartment - Fabric drawstring bag to put it all in for playtime on the go I've included lots of tips and tricks for easy construction -- No need to be afraid of the tiny scale! This pattern is written for folks who do have some sewing and crafting experience and who are familiar with common sewing terms. NOTE: This toy design is quite small may present a choking hazard. This is not a toy designed for children under the age of three! Included in this original 24-page pattern are clean, digitally drawn actual sized pattern pieces, detailed step-by-step instructions with color photos and clear diagrams, and a handy resources section with hand stitching tips and vendor links. Materials used to make the Wee Princess Pea are commonly available and you probably have some of it in your craft stash already! They include: scraps of cotton fabric, wool-blend felts, gold trims, cotton pipe cleaners, decorative paper, wooden beads, embroidery floss and Altoids tins. A complete list of materials is in the photo of the pattern page. A combination of machine sewing and some hand sewing are used. Freezer paper is also used in some steps to make construction simple and easy. This pattern is in PDF format on 8.5 x 11 paper, so you can print it from your regular printer at home on standard paper or card stock, as many times as you need for personal use. COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS: If you are a home sewer, YES, it is OK to make and sell items from this pattern as long as you credit me for the pattern. No mass production allowed. Please check my blog for details: http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/p/cottage-industry-info.html This pattern is copyrighted Larissa Holland, all rights reserved. Do not distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. Purchasing the pattern does not transfer you the copyright. It is unlawful to copy and resell this pattern. Thanks for respecting the copyright! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This pattern is written for folks who do have some sewing and crafting experience and who are familiar with common sewing terms. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS This toy is scaled to fit inside two recycled Altoids tins, with a drawstring bag to hold them.

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  • Materials used to make the Wee Princess Pea are commonly available and you probably have some of it in your craft stash already! They include: scraps of cotton fabric, wool-blend felts, gold trims, cotton pipe cleaners, decorative paper, wooden beads, embroidery floss and Altoids tins. A complete list of materials is in the photo of the pattern page.

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Hi! My name is Larissa Holland and I like to make stuff and drink coffee. I post about my creative life at mmmcrafts.blogspot.com, instagram.com/mmmcrafts/ and facebook.com/mmmcraftspatterns. Come visit! I am: A follower of Christ, wife of my hero, SAHM to two zany girlies, home school teacher, graphic designer, paper cutter, sewing junkie, and voracious reader. I'm addicted to all things artsy and craftsy. And coffee. Most of my pattern designs come about from gifts I design and make for my kids or my friends. I love to give handmade things!