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Woodland Creatures - PDF pattern

Here is the ultimate set of 16 different woodland plush animals sewing patterns plus 4 mini patterns! You can use them to stitch your very own cute adorable forest creature wonderland. They make the sweetest baby mobiles, finger puppets or felt ornaments and will be an adorable part of your woodland nursery decor or super sweet baby gift. Detailed, easy to follow instructions guarantee that you will create a lovely finished product. Even if you've never stitched before, give this a try, you will love stitching these up -grab some beginner techniques about pattern transfer on our blog! The felt palette makes up to 2 sets of Woodland Creatures. This PDF pattern download will give you instructions, templates and embroidery patterns to make the creatures pictured, Owl, Raccoon, Fox, Bunny, Deer, Tree, Owl, Squirrel, Bluebird, Robin, Snail, Hedgehog plus tiny Mushroom, Leaf, Acorn and Nest with eggs. Just print the pattern, then cut and stitch the felt pieces by hand. Each animal is around 2-3 inches high. Things to do with a tiny felt woodland creature: Set one on a shelf to look cute Make a baby mobile Tie one onto a gift package Give one to your favorite small person to play with Add a pin back and wear it as a brooch Hang one from your Christmas tree Carry one in your bag or pocket and take pictures of him around town Stick one on a magnet and put it on your fridge Give one to someone special and make them smile Purchase coordinating felt and floss in the selection boxes above and purchase the rest of the supplies by following the links below: Felt Palette 9x12" sheets in Red, White, Blush, Grapefruit, Fern, Swan, Pumpkin, Ochre, Castle and 12x18" sheets in Brown, Cinnamon and Toast. Floss Palette in coordinating colors of Red, White, Blush, Grapefruit, Fern, Swan, Pumpkin, Ochre, Castle Brown, Cinnamon, Toast plus Aqua 3811, Salmon 352, 351 and 3371 Scissors Embroidery Needles 1/5 Tissue Paper Stick Pins Stuffing About Little Dear Aimee Ray has been an artist all her life. She is always working on something new and loves sharing her creations! Aimee is the designer behind ‘little dear,’ creating all kinds of felt sewing and hand embroidery patterns. She is also the author of the ‘Doodle Stitching’ series of hand embroidery books. You can see more of her work, and find lots of free embroidery and felt sewing tutorials at little-dear.com

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felt birds

Ahhh... That feeling when you finish a project that's been shelved for over six months. Wonderful. I started on this back in February while on leave from work. It was the only thing getting me out of bed some days. I'd wake up, trudge downstairs, settle on the couch, and stitch these birds while watching Lie to Me on Netflix for hours. I finished them quickly, but the little felt flock sat in my project basket for months while I pondered how to display them. The birch branch came home with me from Michael's in late March and waited in the living room corner for inspiration to strike. All summer, I mulled over various layouts in my head. Finally settling on the design and method of construction, I whipped it all together over the course of a week. The creative process simply cannot be rushed (is what all great procrastinators say). The bird designs are all available (for free!) from Downeast Thunder Farm. There are dozens of patterns available, but I selected my 9 favorites, which I resized on the computer, printed and traced onto freezer paper, ironed onto wool-blend felt sheets, and cut out. After assembling and embroidering, I attached a shiny black bead eye, stuffed lightly, and attached a loop of embroidery floss for hanging. I sawed the birch branch into three sections which I mounted together with eye hooks and jewelry chain. This project was fun and therapeutic, and I absolutely love how it turned out. It's currently hanging next to the door in our front hallway and will probably stay there until the Christmas wreath goes up!

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Cute felt animal toy sewing PDF patterns от SokolFelt на Etsy

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