Seraphina Swan PDF Sewing Pattern
Can you sew a swan today? YES you can! From elegant and sweet, to country and preppy, swans are beautiful, whimsical and classic. Making your own style of swan will not only be fun for you (you smart crafty lady!) but will bring joy to all who see your creation. Everyone LOVES swans!
Using simple sewing techniques, you can make a pretty Seraphina Swan in about 2.5 hours. Materials needed are woven white fabric (high quality works better!), scraps for feathers, felt (preferably wool) for beak and optional flower garland, and polyester fiber fill. You also need a sewing machine and thread! The finished swan is about 14'' x 15'' and sits perfectly in a chair, sofa, bed or shelf.
Sewing a swan is a whimsical and fun way to spend your sewing time. Through lots of testing and sewing many, many swans, Gingercake has figured out how to make this process as simple and easy as possible. A Seraphina Swan makes a gorgeous baby gift, decor piece, holiday decoration, and a much needed addition to any princess room!
The PDF sewing pattern is 15 pages long and comes to you via email immediately after your purchase. It has full size pattern pieces with seam allowances included. The pattern includes clear color photos and instructions that are easy to follow. You will even learn some new fun techniques!
Visit my blog for a FREE tutorial on making a fancy swan version with tulle wings and a crown. Here is the link! http://gingercake.org/gingercake/?p=4883
You are permitted to sell finished Serpahina Swans at local craft shows and online as long as Gingercake is given credit for the pattern. You are NOT permitted to share or re distribute the sewing pattern in any way.
Sewing teachers, please contact me about teaching options for Gingercake patterns!
- full written instructions with many clear color photos
- pattern pieces with seam allowance included
- US imperial measurement
- suitable for beginners with some experience
- prints on A4 (8.5'' x 11'') paper
- 15 pages
Materials you need at home:
- 1/2 yard cotton fabric
- fabric scissors
- sewing machine
- polyester fiber fill stuffing
- hand needle and thread
- embroidery floss and needle
- wool felt
Self taught sewer and pattern designer. I love sewing fun pretty and useful things! I live near Pittsburgh Pennsylvania with my four kids, husband, dog and a big vegetable garden :)