Christmas Friends Finger Puppets
Add a little magic to Christmas by making a set of these Christmas Friends. This Christmas Friends pdf sewing pattern includes patterns for a Jolly Santa, a Snowman, a Gingerbread Man, an Angel and a Reindeer with a rather red nose!
Finger puppets are such a lovely way of encouraging creativity and imagination in children. They are perfect for story time, creative play, quiet time and long journeys!
This Christmas Friends pdf sewing pattern features a Santa, a Snowman, an Angel, a Gingerbread Man and a Reindeer with a rather red nose.
You can make these finger puppets from small amounts of felt and can be made using some basic hand sewing techniques. There is no glue required and no need for a sewing machine so they can easily be made by a confident youngster or an adult.
The finger puppets measure up to 2 3/4″ across and 3 1/4″ high
– small pieces of felt in a variety of colours
– co-ordinating embroidery thread/floss
This pdf pattern is 8 pages long and the digitally drawn pattern pieces for all five finger puppets can be printed off on two pages. There are lots of clear, digitally drawn images to support the step-by-step illustrated sewing instructions.
Patterns for these finger puppets can also be purchased separately at £1 each.
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This pattern is copyrighted to Victoria Peat/Little Black Duck Ltd and is for personal use only. You do not have permission to re-distribute the pattern or to sell items made from this pattern.
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This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!