Woodland Sprite Wings - Mini

Woodland Sprite Wings - Mini

$8.50 USD
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**  For best value, a BUNDLE of all mini wings is available HERE **

These enchanting wee wings, inspired by magical woodland fairy folk, are perfectly sized to fit a favourite doll or as a photo prop for newborn babies.

  • Soft and play-friendly - no wires or boning
  • Beautiful wing shape with contrast appliqué
  • Photo and video tutorials for every step
  • Soft elastic chest tie for fastening - optional

Skill level: Intermediate

Size Mini (Extra Small) - suitable for newborn photography, dolls, toys and decoration.

Supplies

This pattern is designed for non-stretch woven fabrics only - we recommend using quilting cotton or fabric of a similar or lighter weight. 

  • Interfacing:  Formfuse 1600f or Pellon 809 Decor Bond is recommended.
  • Batting:  Anything from 5mm - 20mm is suitable.
  • Needle:  A strong sewing machine needle such as a super sharp size 90 or denim (jeans) needle. 
  • Lace elastic: for optional chest tie.

View full supply recommendations here

Printing Info

Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

An A0 file is not included as the mini wings files print on 1-2 pieces of paper.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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R-MacFadden (Winlaw, CA)
Gum Emperor Wings

Excellent and detailed pattern + instructions. Absolutely love T&T patterns and own several and have many more on my wishlist. Made using plant dyed linen scraps and organic cotton batting (2 layers). I skipped the stabilizers/interfacings as I choose to not use them in sewing (polyester/plastics). The wings were stable enough without them. This will be used for newborn photography for our son (to be born in a few months) and then can double as a doll accessory in the future. Easy & quick sew - looking forward to making child sized wings in the future for nature play.

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Erin (Geelong, AU)
mini wings a hit!

Having made the larger wings previously, these were a breeze to make! A great scrap buster, for a really effective finished product - adding to a doll size MakoMako leaf blanket to make part of a Very Hungry Caterpillar story set for our toy library!

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Karen Lalonde (Ottawa, CA)
Mini wings

Perfect, well designed,easy to put together. Love the finished wings

A
Anita (Salisbury, GB)
So cute and pretty

I made these for a friend's kid's doll and made a medium size for the kid too. These are much quicker to make than the larger sizes and end up being so cute. I'm trying to think of a reason to make them all for myself. :)

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Angela Ferrantelli (Niagara Falls, CA)

Here is my photo of the mini wings, that should be attached to the sprite review
Thank you Angela

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Hilarie Sullivan (The Colony, US)
The Star of the Baby Shower

I put together two pair of Angelwings for a baby shower for twin girls. The shower was virtual, but the reaction to the wings was terrific. The pattern was easy to follow, and I'll definitely be making more. Time to save up for the wing package!

B
Brigitte (Vienna, AT)
Lovely outcome

Made mini dragon wings for my son's ragdoll. We love it.

C
Clare (Anderson, US)
Mini wings

Wonderful pattern and easy to follow! Enjoyed making the mini luna wings and plan to make more

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
88%
(7)
13%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R-MacFadden (Winlaw, CA)
Gum Emperor Wings

Excellent and detailed pattern + instructions. Absolutely love T&T patterns and own several and have many more on my wishlist. Made using plant dyed linen scraps and organic cotton batting (2 layers). I skipped the stabilizers/interfacings as I choose to not use them in sewing (polyester/plastics). The wings were stable enough without them. This will be used for newborn photography for our son (to be born in a few months) and then can double as a doll accessory in the future. Easy & quick sew - looking forward to making child sized wings in the future for nature play.

E
Erin (Geelong, AU)
mini wings a hit!

Having made the larger wings previously, these were a breeze to make! A great scrap buster, for a really effective finished product - adding to a doll size MakoMako leaf blanket to make part of a Very Hungry Caterpillar story set for our toy library!

K
Karen Lalonde (Ottawa, CA)
Mini wings

Perfect, well designed,easy to put together. Love the finished wings

A
Anita (Salisbury, GB)
So cute and pretty

I made these for a friend's kid's doll and made a medium size for the kid too. These are much quicker to make than the larger sizes and end up being so cute. I'm trying to think of a reason to make them all for myself. :)

A
Angela Ferrantelli (Niagara Falls, CA)

Here is my photo of the mini wings, that should be attached to the sprite review
Thank you Angela

H
Hilarie Sullivan (The Colony, US)
The Star of the Baby Shower

I put together two pair of Angelwings for a baby shower for twin girls. The shower was virtual, but the reaction to the wings was terrific. The pattern was easy to follow, and I'll definitely be making more. Time to save up for the wing package!

B
Brigitte (Vienna, AT)
Lovely outcome

Made mini dragon wings for my son's ragdoll. We love it.

C
Clare (Anderson, US)
Mini wings

Wonderful pattern and easy to follow! Enjoyed making the mini luna wings and plan to make more