Flower Fairies

I can cross four more Christmas gifts off my list. Originally, the plan was for me to knit these adorable little fairy dolls for my three youngest nieces.  I also found some fairy doll furniture: a living room and a kitchen / bedroom set that I picked up to go with the dolls to make a cute  little set for each girl.

I thought that my oldest niece, K., was getting old enough that she wouldn’t be interested in the same gift that I was giving the little girls. She is 12 years-old but when she saw the fairies I was making for the others and fell in love. She has promised to let me know when she has outgrown fairy dolls and baby dolls and things like that. I can’t say that I am unhappy that she is still my little girl so I quickly made up a couple more fairy dolls so she could have some too.  I finished the last one today. Each little girl is going to get two fairies in their own little color scheme (so there is no fighting over whose doll is whose).

Meet Tigerlily and Fern:

Ivy and Tiger Lily Fairy Doll - Ellie (4/12)
Rosy and Posy

Posy Fairy Doll - Emma (4/12)

Rosy Fairy Doll - Emma (4/12)
Ivy and Sunny

Ivy Fairy Doll - Katrina (4/12)

Sunny Flower Fairy Doll - Katrina (4/12)
Violet and Blossom

Violet Fairy Doll - Kourtney (4/12)

Blossom Fairy Doll - Kourtney (4/12)


About Ciarrai

Hi. My name is Kerry but here online I tend to go by the Gaelic version of my name, Ciarrai. I am a woman in my mid-30's who lives on Long Island, NY, with my husband, Rob, several guitars, a Nikon D40, more yarn, beads and books than I care to admit to and a cat who has a million nicknames and quite a few theme songs. I have a B.A. in Psychology and have recently returned to college to pursue a teaching degree so that I can eventually get a job as a High School English teacher. In addition to my major obsessions (Reading, Beading, Knitting, Music and Photography), I also enjoy playing Board Games, going to Renaissance Faires, Museums and Broadway Musicals.
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