Dragon - Add-on
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Let them swoop and soar as their favourite animal - add a Dragon to your collection! The Twig + Tale Dragon is perfect for keeping them warm as they run wild and fly free.
- Wings for Animal Vest/Coat
- Wings for Animal Cape (different)
- Rounded spikes & Dragon ears (for a "Pete's Dragon" inspired creation )
- Dragon Tail
- Comprehensive tutorial + inspiration pages
This add-on contains the Dragon Elements and Tutorial, however you will need the pattern pieces and instructions from an original Twig + Tale Animal garment to make your dragon.
Sizing + Supplies
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Love it. Absolutely love it
These are just absolutely gorgeous and we get so many lovely comments.
Thanks again x
I have made both the Riverstone Bonnet and the Pathfinder Vest with the dragon add on and both patterns were a breeze to construct. Beautifully described with text, pictures and video tutorial and just so well designed. ALL the other patterns are on my purchase and make list for the immediate future. Can't recommend this company enough.
I've made the rabbit ears hood add-on to the petal wrap as a tunic length. The instructions were really clear and easy, especially the petal instruction version for heavier fabric. I'm happy with the fit and sizing. Looking forward to making a few more in the future, especially all the cute lion versions!
This pattern provides gorgeous add ons to any Twig and Tale piece. The pattern and instructions are easy to follow. I have only learnt to sew a month or so ago and am so impressed with what I've been able to make!
Love love love this pattern. For a fairly new sewer this pattern is super easy to sew & such a pleasure
Definitely a favourite of mine
Thanks for a great make
This pattern is very good although I think doing the padded version made it a bit more challenging for me. I do think the instructions need to be clearer about installing the zip. I ended up inserting it three times and also removing the lining three times. I had inserted the zip initially and then really believed the pattern was saying top stitch it. You don’t, you put it on to the right side and then lave it so when the lining is attached and turned, the zip ends up in the correct place - not inside the lining like I kept doing. Love the pockets and have also added some tabs so I can pop some carabiners for my grandson. He’s going to love his new fisherman vest so much.