Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy
A FREE CROCHET ALONG (CAL)
The Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy is one of four fairies – she is the third fairy. Her older sisters are the Harvest Fairy and the Snowfall Fairy and she will be followed by one more sister during the course of 2021. 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 Blossom Fairy’s new mommy. A Ragdoll is a cross between a lovey blanket and a soft toy and perfect to crochet for babies and small children.
Make a super cute Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy for that special person/s in your life.
They are fun and easy to make and are soft and snugly, perfect for cuddling and great yarn busters.
When I was a little girl, I had a Bunny Ragdoll that literally went everywhere with me. My dad used to call it Melly’s Teddy. I designed my first Melly Teddy about 4 years ago, making a sleepy bunny for my little girl. Friends saw it, liked it and ordered them from me, and eventually I took the plunge and wrote a pattern for the bunny. I released my first Melly Teddy Ragdoll “Sleepy Bunny” in June 2019, followed quickly by “Eliah Ellie”, “Rainbow Unicorn”, “Snowman Family”, “Giant Panda Bear”, “Fireman Fred”, “Pilot Bear”, Bonnie & Clyde Horse”, “Luna the Witch and Eclipse the black Cat”, Doctor Natalie, Harvest Fairy, Tom Turkey, Snowfall Fairy and the Mermaids.
The Blossom Fairy is the 17th member of the Melly Teddy Ragdoll Family.
Introducing the Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy
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The Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy
CAL STARTS THE 18 MAY 2021
HOW A CROCHET ALONG (CAL) WORKS
- The pattern is released in 6 parts over 3 weeks.
- You can get each part separately from my blog FOR FREE with the Crochet Along (CAL).
- A CAL is when we all work on the same project together. A group of people from all over the world crocheting each section at the same time – it is lots of fun.
- Size: 46 cm (18 inches) from the top of the head to the toes.
- Skill: Easy to Intermediate – stitches will range from easy to slightly more advanced – but I have links to photo & video tutorials in the pattern if you need help.
- What you will crochet: A ragdoll with lightly stuffed head, feet, and hands with a flat body, a cross between a soft toy and a lovey blanket.
- 100 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (A) Dunes #545
- 40 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (B) Fern #529
- 40 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (C) Blue Red #562
- 40 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (D) Raspberry #559
- 40 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (E) Pink #521
- 40 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (F) Ballet Pink #522
- 30 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (G) Princess Pink #565
- 70 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (H) Mint #554
- 5 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (I) White #598
- 50 g Vinnis Colours Nikkim DK 100% cotton (J) Camel #504
- Optional – pearl beads
- 3.5 mm hook (4 mm hook for the hair strands)
- Small amount of pink embroidery thread or yarn for the mouth
- 1 pair 12 mm safety eyes (fairy)
- Sewing needle
- 1 mm copper wire for the wings and the crown (I used wire that I purchased from the local hardware store). You can use thick string, or if you prefer you can starch the wings.
You are welcome to make the pattern in any yarn however depending on the yarn and your tension the size of the finished item may vary from mine.
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NOTES & TIPS
- My pattern uses US terminology.
- Crochet skill level – easy (and if you struggle there are photo tutorials to help you).
- I have also included helpful hints along the way which are in
- There are also links to photo tutorials for special stitches and techniques.
- Use your stitch marker to keep track of rows when working in the round.
- And lastly, COUNT your stitches and have loads of FUN.
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