Happy Monday, everyone!
Today I'm sharing some preview photos of the Fairytale Doll Set pattern!
Update: The pattern is available for sale here!!
If you're unfamiliar with the Fairytale Doll, she's the maiden-turned-mermaid protagonist in Emily's Fairytale birthday party that we threw earlier this fall.
I posted the free pattern and instructions to make the basic Fairytale Doll and her modesty dress (so she wouldn't have to be starkers in your home) earlier, so this pattern will not include all that again. It's all new stuff,
like a reversible pinafore:
and outfits for her fantasy identities - a princess gown, a mermaid costume and a winged fairy dress,
as well as four new shoe options,
and six hair variations: four in felt-
a back ponytail;
a high curl;
and a top knot.
plus two hairdos in yarn - bangs
and no bangs.
so the pattern shows you how to make a storage bag
when you consider that it's also a carrying bag
with a truly reversible strap
so it can transform into a sleeping bag
for toting to grandma's or stay-at-home sleepovers.
Lots of fabric combination options
My girls love them. And I'm not just saying that as a marketing ploy. I told them I was planning to put some of those sleeping bag samples in the shop because we don't need to keep all five, and they were outraged.
And they kept reminding me that I was not allowed to sell any of the doll samples, either.
I hope you'll buy my pattern to make sleeping bags and outfits for your little ones! It includes templates and instructions to make those 16 projects I mentioned in this post - the four shoes, the six hairstyles, the reversible pinafore, the fairy dress, the ball gown, the mermaid tail and bra, and the sleeping/storage/carrying bag. It's packed full of so many good things! Which means it's also huge so right now I'm still editing and writing and counting megabytes in order to decide if it will be a single pattern or two smaller ones.
I'll be sending the alpha version to my fabulous pattern tester Grandma G later this week, to be subject to her rigorous testing and proofreading, and then I'll get the final version ready for you to buy. In the meantime, start sewing your dollies!