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Free Pattern and Directions to Sew a Tooth Fairy Pillow

By: Debbie Colgrove

This free sewing pattern is great for kids with baby teeth to lose! Next time your child or grandchild is waiting for a visit from the tooth fairy, place the baby tooth in this cute lacy pillow. It makes a great keepsake after he or she is all grown up!

Free Pattern and Directions to Sew a Tooth Fairy Pillow
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


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I made these for my children at that age. I made square satin pillows trimmed with satin ruffle with smaller rectangular pocket with a tooth appliqued trimmed in lace with a snap or button closure (a couple of Velcro dots would work well). I also attached a small string and diaper pin that I pinned to their bed pillow. (I wonder if you can still get those? my babies are in their 30's and 40's) lol That new minky material would be interesting. eyelet lace would be attractive also. You have to have a creative side or you wouldn't be here. Have fun with the concept. I think you would get in trouble if you used their design for retail. Remember your customers are looking for something unique not something mass produced. It is not fair to them or the designer. I have also made several for baby shower gifts. I Include a little silica packet you get with almost everything today, and use my seal a meal bag sealer to help preserve them. I am in my 70's and still have a few of them left. Feel free to use any of my ideas. I am sure if you check online you will find lots of tooth fairy pillows check them out and have fun developing your own design.

Ok , another question can this tooth pillow be made to sell at craft sales or not ? It so deceiving to put theses patterns on and then on the bottom of the pattern it says " N.Y. Times Co, All rights reserved " . So what does that actually mean; you can make them , but not sell them ??? That's kind of silly. I'm always looking for new little projects to make for some small local craft sales I'm in. Thanks for responding !


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