Finger puppets are a great way of encouraging creativity and imagination in children. They are a great addition to story telling, creative play, quiet time and long journeys!
Witch finger puppets only need small amounts of felt and can be made using some simple 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.
Witch finger puppets measure 2″ across and 3 1/2″ high.
This pdf pattern can be printed out on 3 pieces of paper and features step by step illustrated instructions and digitally drawn pattern pieces.
– small pieces of felt in four colours
– co-ordinating embroidery thread/floss
you will also need a pair of sharp scissors and an embroidery needle.
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