[Free Pattern] Petunia Is A Wee Little Fairy Only 10cm Tall

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This project is really so lovely and unique and apparently quick as well. Fairies are special. Petunia the Fairy by Janine Tsakisiris is a pattern for the advanced beginner. She is so cute with those little wings and that little hat is priceless. This doll is so precious! A really fun pattern that comes out super cute!

Please make sure you are working on the right side of amigurumi before starting this pattern or she will not turn out correctly for you!

Small amount of stitching of pieces required.
Most of the pattern is worked in continuous rounds/spirals of single crochet. Will need to know how to do single crochet, slip stitch, increases and decreases, front post stitches, working in front and back loops.

Gauge is not important. Finished size if made using yarn and hook suggested will give a fairy that’s approx. 10cm tall. (Source)

Petunia the FairyImage source: ravelry

Thanks to Janine Tsakisiris for article inspiration and featured image.

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6 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Petunia Is A Wee Little Fairy Only 10cm Tall”

  1. Looks like a nice way to use up some stash too. I have got to try this. I have 3 granddaughters so I’m sure Mamaw will get some extra hugs for some faerie babies. Thinking birthstone colors

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