Forget Me Not Tooth Fairy Pillow by Ashley Bower

Forget Me Not Tooth Fairy Pillow

July 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches
3.5 mm (E)
size depends on hook used
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The Forget Me Not Tooth Fairy Pillow was designed to be anatomically correct, and personalized to suit your little boy’s or girl’s needs. The pattern includes instructions for: the tooth and pocket mouth, cheeks, eyelashes, crown, wings, hat, skirt, and how to choose eyes. Giving you the freedom to dress up your pillow as much as you’d like!

This pattern is Full of Photos - 50 in total!, Video Tutorials, as well as written instructions.

You’ll need:
~E (3.50 mm) Crochet Hook for a pillow measuring approx. 4” wide by 7” tall/ Or a larger hook for a larger pillow

~Worsted Weight Yarn:
White: for the Tooth and Pocket
Black: for the Eyelashes
Red/Black: for the Mouth
Sparkling White: for the Wings
Pink: for the Cheeks
Yellow: for the Crown
Your choosing for the Skirt (I used Raspberry)
Your choosing for the Hat (I used Red)

~Polyfill for stuffing

beads/safety eyes/yarn/buttons

My patterns are written in Standard American (US) terminology; and are thoroughly tested for any errors, and smooth over any trouble areas.

If you find any errors, or have any questions about the pattern itself, then please feel free to email me. I’ll do my best to get back to you in a timely manner.

Being a daughter of a late dentist/orthodontist/cosmetic surgeon, I wasn’t satisfied with the results I came across when I searched for a “tooth fairy pillow.” Sure there were some cute ideas out there, but none of them seemed “right” to me. So believe it or not, I actually broke out my dental models from college, as well as a few anatomical online searches, and decided to design an anatomically correct mandible 2nd molar/the 2nd molar on your lower jaw.

You may ask why that particular one, or you may simply not care; but the best way to answer this is because it was the easiest to design. This is because all maxillary (upper) molars have 3 roots, and all mandible (lower) molars have 2 roots. I then nixed out the 1st molar because it has an extra cusp (bump) then the rest, and who would want an odd number of cusps (bumps)? So I had to logically go with 4 cusps (bumps) and only 2 roots to make it easier to crochet in almost one piece the entire time. I hope you enjoy the extra work that went into designing an anatomical correct tooth; I know my dad is probably smiling down from heaven at my new creation – he always loved to see what I created with my hands; whether it was artwork of some kind, wood burning, sculptures, fiber work, or dental work.

Happy Hooking!