Felt friends for Lottie


The summer sew-along is technically over, but if you’re back from vacation and lamenting that you missed it or want something to sew that’s a little bigger than Lottie stuff, remember if you missed the first deadline, you can enter until July 31 on this form and you will get your Nosy pattern Aug 1.  Here’s some inspiration for you:


Unicorn beach coverup by KB


This is by quickdrawannie whose dolls are getting ready for fall already (eek!) 

See lots more here: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2825314@N20/pool/with/35067825904/


One of the reasons I bought forest friend Lottie was her cute packaging, but sadly, she didn’t come with as many fun accessories as my other Lotties.  Given her name, she clearly needed some “forest friends” so I created a few from felt, using the artwork on her packaging as inspiration.  After that, my other Lotties begged for their own friends too!  If you’re looking for a project to use to help you teach hand sewing to a child, this is a great choice since they require only one type of stitch, and can be made quickly from small scraps of felt.

Get the pattern here

5 responses »

  1. Ooooh, thank you so much for these little forest animal patterns. They are just adorable and such a great tool for teaching hand sewing techniques. Many thanks for all of your wonderful patterns that help us all spread the love of sewing and doll culture too. God bless.

  2. Those felties are adorable! You sure are enjoying Lottie’s world! Thank you for the pattern and for extending The SSA! I don’t think I’ll make it (busy building a new deck and then having friends), but I’m sure some people will jump on this occasion!

  3. Oh. My. Goodness! The hedgehog and squirrel are ADORABLE! Also love the little jackets! Nicely done. thank you for sharing the pattern.

  4. I was late sewing the summer sew a long 2017 and i did finish 4 of the items and have the pieced dress left to finish…all very cute patterns

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