Tiny Flower Fairy Dolls
This flower pixie doll pattern reminds me of adorable little fairies and flower folk. They look like they should be frolicking about the garden making little homes out of toadstools and hollow trees!
I have an awful lot of wild flowers sprouting up around my house. In fact, a whole field of wild flowers and berry bushes. Which is what inspired me to create this felt pixie doll pattern.
These dolls are miniature – part of my pocket doll collection. They stand at just 4 inches tall. And what makes them even more special is their sewn in wire, which makes them gently pose-able!
Pixie Doll Pattern Details
These patterns include all of the pattern pieces and photo tutorials to create pose-able 4 inch flower fairy pocket dolls. Do you own a personal cutting machine, such as Cricut or Silhouette? Now you can cut my patterns with your cutting machine with the inlucded SVG and DXF files!
The pattern is computer drafted and comes to you as a digital PDF file. You will receive the file download link via email. Once you have downloaded the file you can save it to print and use it over and over.
Supplies and Materials List
- Wool or wool blend felt
- fiber fill
- needle and thread
- fabric scraps
- safety eyes
- embroidery thread
- (optional) pipe cleaners or wire
This felt fairy doll pattern project is meant to be completely hand stitched from felt or a similar fabric. A perfect crafty on-the-go project that you can take anywhere!
Felt Flower Pixie Doll Pattern – Make Your Own Fairy Dolls!
Frolic in the fairy garden with these adorable flower pixies!
These two are very best friends. They live in the the hollow little nook in the bottom of the willow tree in your back yard. But you never see them because they are always disguising themselves with flower petals, buds, and leaves.
They drink the morning dew in tiny fairy acorn thimbles. And they feast on alpine strawberries from the untouched meadows along the long dirt covered driveway.
They spend their day gathering tiny wildflowers, and feathers, and seeds. For fun they ride on their pet mice and even sometimes catch a ride on the back of a bluejay.
You can welcome them to your garden with seeds of wildflowers!
Or you could just sew them with felt, a little love, and a belief in fairies. And carry them around in your pocket.