Napling Butterfly Pattern PDF Instant Download

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Napling Butterflies are button jointed cloth dolls that measure about 7-8" inches tall. This detailed pattern is 50 pages long and includes color step-by-step photographs that cover all of the processes needed to make the doll, including rolling a waldorf style doll head. I use wool interlock to make my dolls, but you can substitute the wool fabric with cotton velour or use two layers of cotton interlock.
Also included are instructions on how to make a Napling dress for your butterfly to wear.

Use the coloring sheet included in the pattern to design your doll before you begin!

supplies needed:

- 2 colors of wool interlock, cotton velour or use double layers of cotton interlock
-scraps of a 3rd color of fabric
-2 buttons for jointing
-artificial sinew or heavy crafting thread/string for button jointing
-eco wool for stuffing
-stockinette to cover rolled head
-craft string to tie head
-embroidery floss in a color for the antennas, accent the wings, eyes and mouth
-doll skin for face cover

I believe this pattern is detailed enough that even a novice sewer should be able to follow along, but I would safely say it is an intermediate level pattern.

Please Credit Naptown Boys when selling dolls made with this pattern.

You are welcome to join the Naptown Boys sewing club where you can get advice from me and show off photos of your dolls in progress.

Please feel free to share on my facebook page here or tag me on Instagram @naptownboys

Obviously mass production or reselling of this pattern is not allowed. I love to share, I know we all love to share but if your friend asks you for a copy please suggest that they purchase one. Thank you for your support!

Naptown Boys is protected by copyright, as well as the Napling Butterfly.

Average review
Excellent pattern.Perfect explanation! Step by step with photos. I recommend.
May 28, 2016 by Ivana Renier
Totally love, love, love this sweet pattern!! Thank you for pattern support also., mk
Aug 24, 2015 by Mary Kay Montague
I have wanted one of these dolls for so long and I can't wait to make my own!
Jul 19, 2015 by Kelly Hall

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