Tooth Fairy or Little Angel Boy or Girl Doll Sewing Pattern

A wiggly tooth is a big event in the life of a child, and tales of a gift giving tooth fairy make it all the more special. I created these playful boy and girl tooth fairies to add a bit of magical whimsy to this exciting occasion. Each has two pockets: a tiny one for the tooth and a larger one for the tooth fairy's gift. What a sweet little companion to lay next to your child's pillow. Completed tooth fairies measure approximately 7 ½” tall & 9 ½” wide. Using simple materials, you can also create a magic wand for your tooth fairy.

Ready for instant download, my original 17 page pattern includes the list of materials needed, and full sized pattern pieces. Lots of detailed instructions and step by step photos will make this project suitable for advanced beginners to intermediate skill level.


*Sewing Pattern PDF *Detailed Instructions *Step by Step Photos *Full Size Pattern Pieces *Written in US English *US Standard Measurements

*Suitable for advanced beginner or intermediate skill level.

Materials you need at home:

*FELT: 4” X 7” piece (Hair)

*MUSLIN or other skin color cotton fabric: 8” X 8” piece (Body Front)

*COTTON PRINT A: 9” X 16” piece (Body Back, Large and Small Front Pockets)

*COTTON PRINT B: 10” X 12” piece (Wings)

*COTTON PRINT C: 5” X 10” piece (Arms)

*COTTON PRINT D: 5” X 6” piece (Feet)

*OTHER MATERIALS *Quilt Batting 12” X 12” piece or scraps leftover from quilting
*Eyes: Two 4 mm beads *Mouth: Black 6 Strand Embroidery Thread *Hair Ties for Girl Fairy: 24 inches 1/8” ribbon *Paper patterns *Sewing thread to match fabric *Fiberfill
*Sewing needles and pins *Sewing machine
*Optional: Turning tool (I used the Turn-It-All tube tool.)

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Sandra Hanken

I've been sewing and crafting since I was a little girl growing up on a small farm in the woods of northern Minnesota, USA. In recent years I have focused on creating whimsical patterns that are inspired by my love of nature.

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