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Felt Fairy Doll - pattern by impetere Felt Fairy Doll - pattern by impetere
Pattern for 18" felt doll.
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beuch Oct 8, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
thank you so much for this
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LilMochii Apr 7, 2013  Student General Artist
ohhh i love fairys mabye once i start learning and get sorta good ill give this a shot :3
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kittyboy02 Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
how is the head suppose to be sewn cause i'm not sure if the way i think t is done is the way it's suppose to be done.
the same fore the torso, are the cutout areas suppose to be sewn up or what?
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take one head piece and sew the "v's" together... doing so will cause the head piece to turn into a sort of bowl shape. Once you have done that to bot pieces then sew the perimeter together leaving a side open to turn it inside out
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kittyboy02 Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
how is the head suppose to be sewn cause i'm not sure if the way i think t is done is the way it's suppose to be done.
the same fore the torso, are the cutout areas suppose to be sewn up or what?
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:iconicufodu:
the "cut out" areas of the torso would be darts to give the waist shape
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kittyboy02 Apr 1, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
thank you so much
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is there a male pattern similar to this one? just wondering....
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:iconicufodu:
I suspect that if you didnt create the dart in the front body piece and created a "straight" foot that it would be masculine..
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oh.... thankyou! :)
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