Amigurumi Flower Fairies by S. Pendleton

Amigurumi Flower Fairies

no longer available from other sources show
January 2008
DK (11 wpi) ?
2.75 mm (C)
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

Dolls are about 6 inches tall.

GENERAL MATERIALS LIST: Also see individual instructions for each amigurumi. You can mix and match colors, eyes, and wings for many different looks.
· Double knitting or sport weight yarn (approx 100 yards for each animal)
· Size C hook (2.5 – 2.75mm)
· Two 9-mm plastic safety eyes
· One 1” cotter pin, one ¾“ disk, one ½” disk
· Fiberfill for stuffing
· Embroidery floss – for features
· Upholstery or other strong thread, in color to match the body, for jointing
· Sewing Needles: 2-1/2-inch (6 cm) darner, 3.5 or 5” (8.5 to 12.5-cm) doll needle, blunt tapestry needle
· Hemostat, dowel, long tweezers, or other long, narrow tool for stuffing
· Needle-nose pliers for turning cotter pins
· Watercolor pencils for shading -- rose pink, blue, and colorless blender (Prismacolor used for model) (You can use powdered eye shadow and blusher as a good alternative.)
· Fine-tip black marker for outlining eyes (optional)

· Yarn in same weight as animal – Main Color (MC), Contrasting Color (CC) and Green (Small amounts of each color)
· Yarn in same weight as animal – White for wings, small amount
· Size C crochet hook (2.5 –2.75mm)
· Two ¼“ (6-mm) heart buttons OR one heart button and one 10” (25-cm) length of ribbon to match skirt.
· White glue and glitter OR sparkly fingernail polish for wings (optional)

Use the same colors as used for Fairy Costume, but switch MC and CC.
· Yarn in same weight as animal – Main Color (MC) – 100 yds, Contrasting Color (CC) - 50 yds, and green – 50 yds.
· C crochet hook (2.5 –2.75mm)
· G hook for tie (3.5-mm)
· Large-eyed tapestry needle or bodkin
· 2.75” (7-cm) diameter circle cut from plastic

GAGE: Gage is not an issue for this pattern. However, since tension can vary in different circumstances, it is suggested that when making more than one piece that must be the same, such as legs or ears, that you complete both in one sitting.

You may sell the items that you make from this pattern. You may translate this pattern into your language. You may NOT sell the pattern in any way, shape, or fashion.