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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Sunbeam Fairy Part 6

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Sunbeam Fairy Part 6

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Sunbeam Fairy Part 6 is part of a free crochet along.

The Melly Teddy Ragdoll Sunbeam Fairy (part 6) is one of four fairies – she is the fourth one (her older sisters are the Harvest Fairy, Snowfall Fairy and Blossom Fairy).  She was created because I think we all need a little bit of magic in our lives and my little girl is thrilled to be the Fairy’s new mommy. My Ragdoll is a cross between a lovey blanket and a soft toy, perfect to crochet for anyone who needs some cuddles.  Make a super cute Melly Teddy Ragdoll for that special person in your life. 

They are fun and easy to make and are soft and snugly, perfect for cuddling and great yarn busters. 

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PATTERN – MELLY TEDDY RAGDOLL SUNBEAM FAIRY  PART 6

BRINGING YOUR MELLY TEDDY RAGDOLL TO LIFE

You have made all the different body parts and motifs, now to bring your Melly Teddy Ragdoll to life.  You do not need to follow these instructions exactly, this is just the way I like to put mine together, so is a suggestion only – the idea is to have FUN with the design, use your imagination and make yours unique.

ATTACHING THE ARMS

Place the body flat, making sure that the increase stitches are on either side, then using the tail end from the arm, whip stitch the arm to the body starting at round 2 of the body over the next 3 – 4 rounds – I sew the front and the back of the arm to make it more stable, through a loop on the body and the FLO of the last round of the arm. The thumbs are facing upwards (thumbs up 😊) and the seam should be at the bottom of the arm. Weave in end.

Repeat to attach second arm.

ATTACHING THE CLOUDS

Place the large cloud in the middle of the chest so that it touches the first round of the dress, and one small cloud at an angle to either side of the large cloud so that the small clouds are attached to the body and over the arm join.  Using the whip stitch attach the clouds to the body.  Weave in ends.

ATTACHING THE HEART

Whip stitch the heart to the body – I added mine to just above the large cloud so that it looks a bit like a heart shaped sun peeping out from behind the clouds.  Weave in end.

FINISHING THE DRESS

Whip stitch the opening between the legs of the body. Weave in end.

ATTACHING THE SHOES TO THE FEET

Place the shoe on the foot.  Using the tail end from the shoe, whip stitch round 9 (the last sc round) of the shoe to the foot.

Repeat to attach second shoe to the other foot.

ATTACHING THE LEAVES TO THE SHOES

Place the leaf on top of the shoe slightly to the outside, with the picot end pointing towards the side.  Using the tail end from the leaf whip stitch the leaf to the shoe, when you get halfway, fold the leaf over and stitch the back of the leaf to the side of the shoe, then unfold it and finish stitching the other side.  Cut yarn and weave in end.  Only half of the leaf is stitched to the shoe.

Repeat to attach second leaf to second shoe.

ATTACHING THE FLOWERS TO THE SOES

Weave in all ends other than the long tail.  Place the flower on top of the shoe over the edge of the leaf, using the tail end from the flower attach it to the shoe, cut yarn and weave in end.

ATTACHING THE LEGS

Helpful hint: there are 22 BLO single crochet stitches on the 24th round of each body leg and 22 FLO single crochet stitches on each leg to join them together.

Using the tail end from the leg of the body, whip stitch the leg to the “pants” section of the body.  Use the BLO left from the leg section of the body beneath the frill.  Weave in ends

Repeat to attach second leg.

ADDING THE NOSE, MOUTH AND EYELASHES

Using the same colour as the hair (or a darker shade), I made eyelashes above each eye.   

You can add eyebrows if you would like to.

I also added some blush. I used blush face makeup to add these details

Using the same colour yarn as the face, I made a nose over 3 stitches, by going over the area with the yarn 6 – 8 times, pulling very gently – a bit like a satin stitch in embroidery.  The stitches are worked over each other and all in the same space.  I made the nose between the eyes, 1 row below the eyes.

Using some pink yarn, I do the exact same stitch for the mouth as I used for the nose, however I make 2-3 stitches on top of each other, 3 rows below the nose, over 5 stitches.

This is just a suggestion, you can do whatever you like with your dolls – embroider their eyes, use your imagination, they are your unique creations, and I can’t wait to see all your beautiful ragdolls.

ATTACHING THE HAIR TO THE HEAD

Make sure that the bun has enough filling in it.  Then place the hair onto the head.  I placed the hair onto the head with the middle of the hair line about 6 – 8 rounds above the eyes, then using the tail end from the hair, sew the hair to the head. Weave in end.

ATTACHING THE CROWN TO THE HAIR

Placing the crown around the bun and using the tail end from the crown, sew the crown to the. Whip stitch the crown to the hair using round 14 of the hair as a guide.  Weave in end.

ATTACHING THE HAIR STRANDS

Pin each hair strand to the side of the head, using the whip stitch attach the hair strands to the head.  Cut yarn and weave in ends.

ATTACHING THE FLOWERS TO THE HAIR

Weave in all ends except for the tail end.  Pin the flowers to the hair and attach them to the head using the tail end.  I placed two flowers on the left side and one on the right side.  You can make more and add them wherever you like.

ATTACHING THE HEAD

I like to add the head last, because this is the most important join, and this is the last thing you do before your Melly Teddy Ragdoll comes to life; this is my favourite part.  However, it is easier to add the wings after the head has been attached.

I use a disappearing ink marker to mark where I want my head to be placed, you can use stitch markers or pins to help you. Lay your body flat, and make sure that the middle of the head is exactly joined to the middle of the body, otherwise it will look funny and lie askew.  So, you are working “over” the centre of the end of the head, then using the tail end from the neck, whip stitch the body to the head using the FLO of the last round of the neck on both sides, cut yarn and weave in end.

ATTACHING THE WINGS

First place the wings the right way up, then carefully slip stitch the two wings together in the middle by joining rows 1 together.

Then turn your ragdoll so that the back is facing you, then place the wings with the wrong side against the ragdoll’s back making sure that the halfway point (joined row 1’s) is in the centre of the back and about 1 cm from the “neck”. 

Fold the wings (over one arm) and attach it to the body by sewing along the side of row 1.  Fold the wings in the opposite direction (over the other arm) and repeat.

To secure the wings to the body I stitched the top of the wings to the body.  This is the V shaped section formed by the two wings under the neckline.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE

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