PATTERNS
This section offers free patterns for Living Crafts readers and online
visitors. If you have a pattern you'd like to share, please send an email to patterns@livingcrafts.com.


Black Hen and Little Chick
Instructions
By Suzanne Down.

Here are the instructions to make the Black Hen, little chick, and a cozy nest for Suzanne Down’s Mama Hen Surprise story in the Spring 2011 issue of Living Crafts:

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Felt Board
Instructions
by Melissa Crowe.

Here are the remaining templates for Melissa Crowe’s Felt Play Board for children. You can find the full article and instructions in the Fall 2010 issue, sold as a back issue.

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Felted Wool Soap
Instructions
by Pardis Amirshahi and Erica Linhares

This fun project is loved by adults and children alike, makes a perfect gift, and a project to do together.

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Knitted Lamb - Spring 2010 Issue
Instructions
by Angela Moberly

This beautiful lamb is accompanied by a poem by Angela in our Spring 2010 issue, immediately following our lambing feature article by Barbara Parry.

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The Forget-Me-Not EasterEgg
Spring 2010 Issue Craft a Story
by Suzanne Down

This project completes our beautiful Easter story in the Spring 2010 issue, with beautiful photographs of the actual project in the magazine. These are the step-by-step instructions. Enjoy!

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Fruit Basket Ornament Instructions
by Nicole Spring

This fruit basket ornament, representing abundance is one of the many beautiful projects in the Ornament Exchange article in the Winter 2010 issue of Living Crafts; however, the limited space in the magazine could not do justice to these beautiful and detailed directions. Enjoy!





Pine Needle Heart
by Margaret Fichtner

This heart ornament, representing love is one of the many beautiful projects in the Ornament Exchange article in the Winter 2010 issue of Living Crafts; however, the limited space in the magazine could not do justice to these beautiful and detailed directions. Enjoy!





Decorated Egg with Angel Ornament
by Mary Currin

This angel ornament, representing magic is one of the many beautiful projects in the Ornament Exchange article in the Winter 2010 issue of Living Crafts; however, the limited space in the magazine could not do justice to these beautiful and detailed directions. Enjoy!





Felted Rose Ornament
by Tiziana Boccaletti

This felted rose symbolizing a gift from the heart was showcased as one of the many beautiful ornaments in the Ornament Exchange article in the Winter 2010 issue of Living Crafts; however, the limited space in the magazine could not do justice to these beautiful and detailed directions. Enjoy!





Crocheted Child Horse Rein
by Tonya Gunn

We'll guarantee hours of fun outdoors for your little ponies.





How to grow your own Easter Grass

Follow these easy steps to learn how to make your own grass for the Easter Basket this year!



Weave a Treasure Purse - Spring 09 Issue


Treasure Purse

This treasure purse is the second project for the Weaving with Children feature article by Fiona Duthie, in the Spring 2009 issue. It is simple to make, and fun to carry around for yourself and your children.





16" Doll Cardigan

Knit a cardigan for your 16" doll. Download our easy to follow instructions! Enjoy!





Starry Starry Night Holiday Mail Pouch

Make your own felt project: a Holiday Mail Pouch. Download our easy to follow instructions! Enjoy!





Basket Lining

Make your own basket lining. Download our easy to follow instructions! Enjoy!





Pine Cone Gnomes
designed by Duo Fiberworks

Give this gnome a home, on your tree, where he belongs! With just some wooden beads, a few pieces of felt, and wool, you can make your pine cones a treasure this Christmas. Enjoy!





Crocheted Crown
designed by Tonya Gunn

This gorgeous crown is made with Peace Fleece yarn, is easy to make, and fits all ages. You can make it for your child’s birthday, or better yet, also as the party favor for the children who join you for the celebration.


GALLERY
Following projects are for your inspiration. If you have specific question about supplies, techniques, or detailed steps, please send an email to patterns@livingcrafts.com.


Scissors Cover

This felt cover can be custom-tailored to any size scissors. It is made with wool felt and makes a great gift for a minimum investment!




Walnut Royals

Once you start making these, your children will ask you for more and possibilities are endless, a witch, a jester, a young maiden, a gnome, and so on …




Pumpkin Girl

This girl is made with cotton velour, with felt hat and collar, and is stuffed with wool. Her hair is made of wool yarn and her face is made of skin-colored tricot. She can sit pretty among your autumn gourds and pumpkins.




Ornaments

With minimal resources, you can make a few of these and add on to your tree. They are very simple to make and fun to jingle.



A Royal Family

This king, queen, and baby prince are adorable together and apart on your tree, or can be used for a nativity scene. Directions to make them are very similar to the angel in the Winter 2008 Issue of Living Crafts magazine.




Vacuum Cleaner Hose Cover

Here’s an elegant attire for your vacuum cleaner hose. It works double-duty, to protect your furniture from the hose, and also protects the hose from sharp edges of wood and metal furniture. You can pick-up free discontinued upholstery sample books from upholstery fabric shops so there is no damage to your pocket either.