Dressing your 18 and 14.5 inch dolls as a flower fairy is so simple and fun with these designs. Embroider a fairy corset, flower hat and wings on your embroidery machine. These fun accessories can be worn over your favorite outfit, transforming her into a fairy!* Items completed in the hoop
Design Hoops and Sizes:
5x7" Hoop Needed
Fairy Corset Part 1 & 2 - 97.80x85.50 mm
Fairy Corset Part 3 - 4.30x170.30 mm
Fairy Hat Part 1 & 2 - 119.50x118.40 mm Fairy Wing Part 1 & 2 - 129.40x178.80 mm
ART; DST; HUS; EXP; JEF; PES; VIP; VP3; XXX
Additional Supplies Needed:
-Wash Away stabilizer (You can use tear away but your satin edges might just not be very smooth)
-Heavy weight tear away or cut away – For wings
-Sticky Spray (505 or similar) – to keep fabric in place during appliqué
-Magic tape (white adhesive tape)(cello tape)(blue painters tape)– Keep elastic in place with wings
-Fabric: Woven – Cotton or similar
- 3/4” (2cm) Wide Hook-and-loop Tape
What You Get: Five embroidery machine digitized designs in 9 file formats. You will receive an instant download zipped file that contains a folder with each of the file formats listed above. Each file format is conveniently saved in its own separate folder for easy use. You need to be able to unzip the zipped file to use it. You must have an embroidery machine and know how to transfer the file to your machine in order to use this.
*This is NOT an iron on or patch.
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What a fantastic pattern. I made it for my granddaughters doll, she loves it!
This was my first "in the hoop" design and I loved it! I used the hat design and changed it into a skirt. I used Mylar and Angelic (sp?) fibers and metallic thread in the wings, and changed their shape a tiny bit. One of my favorite sewing and embroidery project so far! I added the middle picture by mistake.