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Fairies of the Garden stitching patterns

Garden fairy

Fairy gardens are so popular right now, as people create magical miniature spaces featuring tiny houses, paths and ponds. The hope is that a lovely garden will prove inviting to these magical sprites, and they’ll come take up residence in your yard, planter box or kitchen windowsill. Prefer to wear your fairy garden around your neck, or display it in your home? Try this selection of stunning patterns sure to bring magic and delight wherever they are displayed.

Garden fairy

A fairy at rest in a garden is a rare sight. Worked in flat odd-count peyote stitch, the picture measures approximately 2 3⁄4 x 3 1⁄2 in. (7 x 8.9 cm). when complete. Learn more about odd-count peyote in Facet’s How-To area under Stitching.

Fairy with Flower pattern

Fairy with flower

Worked in flat, odd-count peyote, this design is the perfect size for an amulet bag, approximately 2 3⁄4 x 3 1⁄2 in. (7 x 8.9 cm).

Seated fairy

Seated fairy

This fairy is perfect for loom or right angle weave.  Learn more about both of these techniques on Facet’s Stitching How-To pages.

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