Woodland Sprite Wings
Digital Pattern + Video Class

Woodland Sprite Wings
Digital Pattern + Video Class

$10.00 USD
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Sprites and fairy folk of all kinds will be enchanted by these magical wings.  Perfect for flitting about the forest, these wings are made to last and ready to keep up with your imagination.  

These soft, play-friendly wings can be sewn on your regular home sewing machine with no wires or boning required.

Not just for children - all ages from toddlers to adults can enjoy some every-day magic!   Available Sizes: Small (1 to 3-4 years) and Medium (5-10 years).  Size Large will fit ages 10+ to adults. 

Skill Level: Intermediate

Video Class for the play wings sewing pattern by Twig + Tale

Video Support: A full course of clear, concise videos accompany this pattern, alongside a comprehensive written and photographed instruction booklet.

Sizing + Supplies

Sizes Available:  Small (1 to 3-4 years) and Medium (5-10 years).  Size Large will fit ages 10+ to adults. 

Supplies: This pattern is designed for non-stretch woven fabrics only - we recommend using quilting cotton or fabric of a similar weight 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
  • Elastic:  3/4" (2cm) wide 

    View size chart + materials list  

    Features

    The unique and versatile design allows for two types of wear; easy-on adjustable elastic straps for the dress-up basket, OR attached directly to garments such as coats, vests and the Petal dress for a bit of every-day magic. 

     

    • Soft and play-friendly - no wires or boning
    • Adjustable straps, or attach directly to garment
    • Beautiful wing shape with contrast appliqué
    • Photo and video tutorials for every step
    Bonus Resources + FAQ

    A free sew-along for the Wings is available by clicking the link and signing up here

    This is a PDF pattern and includes three printing options:

    1. US Letter/A4 - tiled and designed to print on your home printer
    2. Copyshop - A0 wide-format file (33.1″ x 46.8″) 
    3. Projector - specially-formatted and optimized for home projector use.  Read more about using our projector files here 

    All pattern printing formats include “layers”, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. A comprehensive sewing instruction tutorial is supplied.

    View pattern FAQ 

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 186 reviews
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    Santa (Ventspils, LV)

    Great pattern, easy to make, instructions ar clear! I made wings in two days!

    K
    Kirsty Fulton (Gourock, GB)
    Sloth Baby

    Used the small angel wings pattern to create a Sloth Baby inspired by Kamala Khan. I used 2 layers of wadding only to avoid the wings being too stiff and did minimal embellishment as the fabric is lovely. No elastic in the straps as the sloth doesn't mind contorting to put the wings on. Looking forward to making bigger, fancier wings.

    M
    Michelle Williams (London, GB)
    Woodland Sprite Wings

    I love this pattern, it’s easy to make, the instructions are clear and the video tutorials are superb. Would never have dreamed I could make something like this, thank you Twig & Tale ❤️

    C
    Caro :) (Melbourne, AU)
    These Wings Are Gorgeous

    Twig & Tale Luna Moth Wings, this pattern is absolute perfection.
    You can modify any part of the wings to suit your needs / costume.
    Turned out wonderfully!

    B
    Brittany Goudie (Blue Island, US)

    I only had a very short amount of time to complete these and I had to use what I already possessed in the crafting closet (didn’t add appliqués and used stuffing instead of batting)—with that said, this pattern is awesome! And my nieces loved them for a themed bday party!

    c
    catherine (Ottawa, CA)
    Amazing

    This was the perfect piece for this dragon

    K
    Kristen Hosford (Canmore, CA)
    Fun, magical wings!

    This was my first project of this kind and I loved it! Was grateful for the videos and great quality instructions. I have a very happy daughter :)

    C
    Colleen W (Corbyville, CA)
    Dragon wings

    I normally skim over instructions and then go for it! However, this time I actually read the instructions carefully and watched the videos before I started. I purchased the large wings so it would be dramatic for my 9, 7, and 4 year old kids. Following the instructions, I had no problems with the whole project, and we did end up with the drama we were looking for. Incredible pattern!

    C
    Caitlyn Ross (Portland, US)
    Great results when you follow ALL directions, even with ADHD

    Easy to follow, if you've read all the parts that say "read this first" and don't jump in headfirst (I recieved my ADHD diagnosis today).

    I will say, I followed the tips on ironing the wings thoroughly after turning, and I ended up shrivelling all the batting to nothing. Thankfully I had extra, so I shoved more in and pressed Lightly, and they look great.

    I made my own appliques for a Very Hungry Caterpillar butterfly, and it turned out super cool.

    A
    Anonymous
    A joyful sew

    The pattern was very comprehensive in its directions - the video was helpful, too. As suggested it was lovely to use upcycled fabrics with sentimental meaning. I sewed these wings with love for our granddaughter. Thank you

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 186 reviews
    98%
    (183)
    2%
    (3)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    S
    Santa (Ventspils, LV)

    Great pattern, easy to make, instructions ar clear! I made wings in two days!

    K
    Kirsty Fulton (Gourock, GB)
    Sloth Baby

    Used the small angel wings pattern to create a Sloth Baby inspired by Kamala Khan. I used 2 layers of wadding only to avoid the wings being too stiff and did minimal embellishment as the fabric is lovely. No elastic in the straps as the sloth doesn't mind contorting to put the wings on. Looking forward to making bigger, fancier wings.

    M
    Michelle Williams (London, GB)
    Woodland Sprite Wings

    I love this pattern, it’s easy to make, the instructions are clear and the video tutorials are superb. Would never have dreamed I could make something like this, thank you Twig & Tale ❤️

    C
    Caro :) (Melbourne, AU)
    These Wings Are Gorgeous

    Twig & Tale Luna Moth Wings, this pattern is absolute perfection.
    You can modify any part of the wings to suit your needs / costume.
    Turned out wonderfully!

    B
    Brittany Goudie (Blue Island, US)

    I only had a very short amount of time to complete these and I had to use what I already possessed in the crafting closet (didn’t add appliqués and used stuffing instead of batting)—with that said, this pattern is awesome! And my nieces loved them for a themed bday party!

    c
    catherine (Ottawa, CA)
    Amazing

    This was the perfect piece for this dragon

    K
    Kristen Hosford (Canmore, CA)
    Fun, magical wings!

    This was my first project of this kind and I loved it! Was grateful for the videos and great quality instructions. I have a very happy daughter :)

    C
    Colleen W (Corbyville, CA)
    Dragon wings

    I normally skim over instructions and then go for it! However, this time I actually read the instructions carefully and watched the videos before I started. I purchased the large wings so it would be dramatic for my 9, 7, and 4 year old kids. Following the instructions, I had no problems with the whole project, and we did end up with the drama we were looking for. Incredible pattern!

    C
    Caitlyn Ross (Portland, US)
    Great results when you follow ALL directions, even with ADHD

    Easy to follow, if you've read all the parts that say "read this first" and don't jump in headfirst (I recieved my ADHD diagnosis today).

    I will say, I followed the tips on ironing the wings thoroughly after turning, and I ended up shrivelling all the batting to nothing. Thankfully I had extra, so I shoved more in and pressed Lightly, and they look great.

    I made my own appliques for a Very Hungry Caterpillar butterfly, and it turned out super cool.

    A
    Anonymous
    A joyful sew

    The pattern was very comprehensive in its directions - the video was helpful, too. As suggested it was lovely to use upcycled fabrics with sentimental meaning. I sewed these wings with love for our granddaughter. Thank you