Fabric moth and butterfly PDF sewing pattern

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A simple soft sculpture sewing pattern / tutorial for making textile moth and butterfly brooch pins or hanging ornaments, designed by Margeaux Davis from Willowynn. Easy digital download that you can print at home.

This simple sewing project is a lovely way to upcycled those beautiful scraps of fabric you’ve been saving for something special.

Make moths or butterflies to wear on your bag or coat, perch on the wall or hang from ribbon for a beautiful tree ornament. Perfect little presents for your friends and family...

In this project you will use a sewing machine, do some hand-stitching as well as learn some basic soft toy making skills. Skill level is advanced beginners - basic sewing skills required.

*To make larger or smaller moths or butterflies, simply enlarge or reduce the size of the templates on a photocopier or when printing. Please be aware that the body (abdomen) piece will be difficult to turn out if reduced by more than a third.

PATTERN INCLUDES:
Materials list
Full sized pattern pieces / templates
Detailed step-by-step instructions with color photographs.
The pdf file consists of 9 pages (including pattern/template sheet) and is about 1161KB in size.

ACCESSING PATTERN FILE:
The PDF pattern link will be included in your purchase confirmation email which will be sent to the email address provided to me upon purchase, ready for you to download and print at home.

When you receive your purchase confirmation email, please click on the link to download your digital pattern. Be sure to check your spam folder, or any other email addresses you may have provided upon checkout.

COPYRIGHT:
This sewing pattern is for private use only and cannot be used to produce products to be sold.

This fabric moth or butterfly sewing pattern was designed and created by Margeaux Davis from Willowynn (www.willowynn.com), copyright 2014. All rights reserved. It is illegal to distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy without written permission from Margeaux Davis.
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I am unable to take orders for commission or custom work at this time.

I list small collections of my dolls, soft toys and other soft sculpture pieces in my online shop (www.willowynn.com) at various times throughout the year. My digital sewing patterns and card sets are available via my Etsy store.

I am unable to take orders for commission or custom work at this time.

I list small collections of my dolls, soft toys and other soft sculpture pieces in my online shop (www.willowynn.com) at various times throughout the year. My digital sewing patterns and card sets are available via my Etsy store.



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3 hours ago by MerrieTerrie
Very nicely written and illustrated, I have not tried making anything yet
Jan 23, 2018 by J N
Excellent tutorial. Easy to follow directions with lots of photos. Thanks!
Dec 11, 2017 by JestersJingle
Perfect way to use my old, tattered feedsack quilt! The pattern pieces are the perfect size and shape for butterflies and moths, except for the body piece. It seems too small/narrow to turn inside out, but that was an easy fix. I just traced it out a bit larger onto a new piece of paper. Outlining it with the zig-zag stitch will take some practice to figure out where to align your needle with the outline of the pattern pieces. I decided to hand-stitch around the edges of mine. Well worth $10 for the pattern!
Dec 10, 2017 by Jennifer Edwards
This is absolutely perfect. I am so excited to start making my little army of moths. :)
Nov 18, 2017 by MeggBee

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