Pattern: Magic Fairy Wand

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$3.99

Calling all fairies, princesses, and pretend-play pros — this pattern is for you! These adorable magic wands are the perfect accessory for dress up, Halloween costumes, and more.  Customize your wand with your choice of colors, ribbons, and beads to make a creation that’s entirely your own.  This project works up in about an hour, and uses less than 15yds of yarn!  It’s a perfect scrap busting project that kids will love!

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Calling all fairies, princesses, and pretend-play pros — this pattern is for you! These adorable magic wands are the perfect accessory for dress up, Halloween costumes, and more.  Customize your wand with your choice of colors, ribbons, and beads to make a creation that’s entirely your own.  This project works up in about an hour, and uses less than 15yds of yarn!  It’s a perfect scrapbusting project that kids will love!

Finished Wand Measures Approx 12” long and 5” wide, depending upon your personal gauge and size of dowel used.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Supplies Needed:

  • 10-15yds 4/worsted weight yarn
  • 1 – 3/16” x 12” or 1/4” x 12” wooden round dowel
  • 4 – 6” pieces of ribbon, 1/8” or 1/4” width
  • Hot Glue
  • Handful of Poly-fil or similar stuffing

US English Stitch Glossary:

  • SC – Single Crochet
  • inc – increase
  • dec – Decrease
  • 3sctog – 3SC together
  • slst – Slip stitch
  • MC – Magic Circle

 

2 reviews for Pattern: Magic Fairy Wand

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Alesha Reed

This Fairy Wand pattern is easy to follow, and while great for intermediate skill levels; the photo tutorials within the pattern are helpful and could guide an advanced beginner successfully through to a finished wand as well. These wands will be a nice addition to my bazaar/craft faire tables.

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Alesha Reed

This Fairy Wand pattern is easy to follow, and while great for intermediate skill levels; the photo tutorials within the pattern are helpful and could guide an advanced beginner successfully through to a finished wand as well. These wands will be a nice addition to my bazaar/craft faire tables.

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Image #1 from Alesha Reed
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  1. Martina Barnsley

    Love this pattern. Instructions and pictures are easy to follow. I feel like even a determined beginner can do this pattern. I used crochet thread for my wand since it’s a perfect size for my flower fairy. Will add a pic soon

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  2. Alesha Reed

    This Fairy Wand pattern is easy to follow, and while great for intermediate skill levels; the photo tutorials within the pattern are helpful and could guide an advanced beginner successfully through to a finished wand as well. These wands will be a nice addition to my bazaar/craft faire tables.

    Image #1 from Alesha Reed
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