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I first made this dragon pattern when my son was in kindergarten (he's in college now). It has served me well over the years, and I've decided it's time to share.
This is a pattern for someone who has at least a little bit of sewing experience. You need to use blanket stitch and running stitch. This pattern is best made from wool felt and stuffed with stuffing wool. If you are interested in a kit, please contact me. I'll see what colors of plant dyed felt and embroidery thread I have on hand. The pattern has many pictures and explanations. It is four pages long. The finished size of the dragon is about 6 1/2 inches long and 4 1/2 inches tall.
This pattern comes in a PDF. I can also send it in Microsoft Word. If you would like a hard copy printed on cardstock, let me know and I can make a listing that would include the cost of the cardstock ($1 for the 4 pages) and shipping. Once you purchase the pattern, if you haven't received the PDF within 24 hours, please contact me so we can figure out where the pattern may have gone in cyberspace.
I have had some folks make this pattern and leave off the wings so that it is a dinosaur. This is a really fun pattern to make. I never tire of it. Please keep in mind that this is a pattern for your personal use only. Thanks so much for lookin'! Happy Handwork!
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MY LOVE OF PLANT DYES--I love working with natural plant dyes and natural fibers! The colors look alive, and I feel they have soothing, healing properties as well. Wood chips, nut hulls, flowers, and plants are my dye materials of choice. They can often be reused, and they make good mulch when I'm done. I think that each plant or tree has their own individual colors to share. I work in small batches and often let the dyes speak to me--blending dyes and overdying to create unique, one-of-a-kind colors and colorways. I photograph items out of doors in natural light and do my best to represent colors accurately. Thanks for taking the time to look at my stuff!