Woodland Faerie Jacket

Little Miss M beautifully modelling my latest pattern to go live.

Oh my word I’m so excited to be publishing this pattern today! It has taken years for me to develop and test.

Special thanks go to Sheila at Sewchet for test-knitting it for me. And here it is!!!!  Hurray!

A link to the pattern on Craftsy:

https://www.craftsy.com/account/my-patterns

Ravelry:

http://www.ravelry.com/designers/wild-daffodil

and Etsy:

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/WildDaffodil

The pattern is for a toddler Aged 1-2

But as you can see in the top photo it has lasted well. I always make the arms a generous length and all my grandchildren seem to get a few years wear out of their yarny  tops.

The inspiration came from this amazing book:

‘Knitted Pirates, Princesses, Witches, Wizards and Fairies’ by Annette Hefford

The publishers kindly gave their permission for me to develop and sell the pattern so long as I credited the book. There are so many fabulous patterns in the book – well worth a look.

I have set up a Facebook page for sharing progress, finished articles and other favourite faerie patterns

https://www.facebook.com/knittedfaerie/

I do hope you like it. I’m planning to publish the pattern in other sizes as soon as I have tested them.

Just published in time to put a link on Cathy’s  ‘Knit and Natter Friday’  post

and

Rachell’s Yarn Along.

 

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47 responses to “Woodland Faerie Jacket

  1. Pingback: Molly's Fairy Technicoloured Dream Coat.

  2. That’s adorable. I know my mum would love to make this, but my daughter is too big. She’s been trying to turn her into a fairy since she was born!

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  3. This looks wonderful, Sandra – too small for the Poppet now but there is a Little Miss due, care of Younger Daughter…

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  4. so cute! great work, I love this pattern 🙂

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  5. Very pretty. What a lot of work you must have put in to create that pattern!

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  6. Oh, this is absolutely adorable, Daffy. I love it! 🙂

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  7. Totally adorable!

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  8. Absolutely perfect–it’s whimsical without being impractical! And that child’s hair–so beauitful!

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  9. I love it! Great design… 🙂 🙂

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  10. That’s such a cute pattern and I love the two pics of your model. Congratulations!

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  11. Murtagh's Meadow

    Very cute and perfectly modeled by your little fairy.

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  12. Congratulations! Well done, you!

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  13. Utterly gorgeous, but how do I explain to Little Miss F that at three years old she is too big?

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  14. Adorable!!!! And even more adorable is the model. I’m sure the faerie jacket will be a great success. When they were young, my girls would have loved them, and I can picture them flitting around in them. As faeries do 😉

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  15. Adorable !!!!!!!!!!

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  16. Reading blogs from older-to-newer I saw Nanacathy’s post first and put congratulations there for you both, and will add them here for double measure!
    Well done you!

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  17. Looks fantastic! Waiting for the next size up! Will have lots of time to try New projects from now on! Looking forward to this one! X Mo.

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  18. I don’t normally advertise on my Facebook page, but I’m going to share a link to this for you because it is just the most precious thing I’ve seen in a long while.

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