Fairy Finger Puppet Pattern
This little Fairy lives at the bottom of the garden, but loves to come out and play….watch out though, she can be a bit naughty!
Finger puppets are a fantastic way of inspiring creativity and imagination in children. They are perfect for story time, creative play, quiet time and long journeys!
Fairy finger puppets can be made from small quantities of felt and are constructed using some basic hand sewing. 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.
Fairy finger puppets measure 2 3/4″ across and 2 1/2″ high.
This pattern can be printed out on 3 pieces of paper and features step by step instructions and digitally drawn pattern pieces.
– small pieces of felt in five colours
– co-ordinating embroidery thread/floss
you will also need a pair of sharp scissors and an embroidery needle.
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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 sweet little Easter Basket and Friends was designed for Sew Mama Sew in 2014.
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This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!