Tooth Fairy Pillow

Hello Lovies!

This pattern was requested by my sister to help the tooth fairy visit my niece without disturbing her slumber.

This tooth fairy pillow hangs happily on her door awaiting her visit with the tooth fairy.

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Enjoy!

Tooth Fairy Pillow

Tooth Fairy Pillow

Materials:

-Size H Crochet Hook

-White & Black yarn

-Tapestry needle

-Scissors

-Polyfil Stuffing

-Ribbon of your choice (or string, yarn, etc.)

Stitches:

SC-Single Crochet

DC-Double Crochet

TC-Triple Crochet

HDC-Half Double Crochet

sl st-Slip Stitch

ch-Chain

SC dec-Single Crochet Decrease

Tooth (make two):

With white, chain 21

Row 1: DC in the 2nd chain from your hook, TC in the next 4 stitches, DC in the next three stitches, HDC, slip stitch in the next two stitches, HDC, DC in the next three stitches, TC in the next 4 stitches, DC, chain 1, turn (20 stitches)

Row 2: SC 20, chain 1, turn (20 stitches)

Row 3: 2 SC in the first stitch, SC 18, 2 SC in the last stitch, chain 1, turn (22 stitches)

Row 4: 2 SC in the first stitch, SC 20, 2 SC in the last stitch, chain 1, turn (24 stitches)

Rows 5-7: SC 24, chain 1, turn (24 stitches)

Row 8: SC decrease, SC 20, SC decrease, chain 1, turn (22 stitches)

Rows 9-14: SC 22, chain 1, turn (22 stitches)

Row 15: SC decrease, SC 18, SC decrease, chain 1, turn (20 stitches)

Row 16: SC 20, chain 1, turn (20 stitches)

Rows 17-18: SC 9, chain 1, turn (9 stitches) This is beginning the 1st ‘root’.

Row 19: SC decrease, SC 7, chain 1, turn (8 stitches)

Rows 20-22: SC 8, chain 1, turn (8 stitches)

Row 23: SC decrease, SC 4, SC decrease, chain 1, turn (6 stitches)

Row 24: SC decrease, SC 2, SC decrease, chain 1, turn (4 stitches)

Row 25: SC decrease two times, chain 1, tie off (2 stitches)

Now, join on the other side and repeat rows 17-25 to create the other ‘root’.

Tooth Fairy Pillow Root




Pocket:

With white, chain 12

Row 1: SC 12, chain 1, turn (12 stitches)

Row 2: 2 SC in the first stitch, SC 10, 2 SC in the last stitch, chain 1, turn (14 stitches)

Rows 3-9: SC 14, chain 1, turn (14 stitches)

Now keep working to the left and SC around the side and bottom edges.

Tie off with a long tail.

 

Use your tapestry needle and the long tail to sew the pocket onto one side of your tooth.

Tooth Fairy Pillow Pocket

Tooth Fairy Pillow Pocket

Tooth Fairy Pillow Pocket

 




Face:

Using black yarn and your tapestry needle, sew a cute face onto the other side of the tooth (the one without the pocket)

To Join:

Using white yarn, join the two sides with a row of single crochet.

(make sure the appropriate sides are facing out!!!)

Add her stuffing before completing the join.

 

Tie off and weave in your ends.

Tooth Fairy Pillow Stuffing

Doesn’t she look so happy?!




Hanging:

I chose to string baby pink ribbon through the top of the tooth, but you could just as easily chain the desired length in the yarn color of your choice instead.

Please let me know how you decide you hang yours!

Ta-da!

Tooth Fairy Pillow Hanging

Tooth Fairy Pillow Hanging Back

Tooth Fairy Pillow

Products I used:

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Happy Crocheting Lovies

-Heather Corinne

Β©My Purpose in Life is Joy

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26 Comments on “Tooth Fairy Pillow

    1. Thank you so much for visiting my pattern! I am not currently selling my projects in order to maximize my time spent on creating new free patterns for you all πŸ™‚

  1. I just have a question, what stitch is TC? I have looked all over trying to figure out which stitch that is πŸ™

    1. Hi Jeannie and thank you for your question! I just copied and pasted the post into an email and deleted the pictures and sent it to you. You should be able to print out the email or paste it into a blank document and print. I hope this helps πŸ™‚

        1. I, too, would like the pattern without all the extras. I have two great grands just about to start losing their baby teeth and would love to make these for them. What a delightful pattern. Thank you. gramacracker@usfamily.net

    2. Copy the URL from the top of this page and paste it in the box at printfriendly.com
      Then hit preview. On the preview pg you can edit out parts you don’t want. After that, you can either print out the page or hit PDF and it will generate a PDF you can download n save.

  2. Is it alright to sell a tooth fairy pillow made from your pattern? Of course with proper credit given on the listing.

    1. Of course! I appreciate credit/linking back to my website please and thank you πŸ™‚

  3. Now, join on the other side and repeat rows 17-25 to create the other β€˜root’ what exactly does that mean and where do you join?

    1. Hi Tammy!
      So when you have finished row 25 the first time, you have the tooth and one ‘root’ of the tooth. You’ll tie off. Then with the first root on the left top, join on the farthest right stitch and work left repeating rows 17-25. Tie off. Making two ‘roots’. Does that help?

  4. Hello =] thank you for this great pattern! I have a question about the first row. It says 20 stitches but when I count it out I only get 17.. what am I doing wrong? Thanks again!

    1. Hi Allison,
      If you chained 21 to start, I’m placing the number of stitches next to each step. Hope this helps πŸ™‚

      Row 1: DC(1), TC in the next 4 stitches(4), DC in the next three stitches(3), HDC(1), slip stitch in the next two stitches(2), HDC(1), DC in the next three stitches(3), TC in the next 4 stitches(4), DC(1), chain 1, turn (20 stitches total)

  5. Totally easy to make. Thank you for the pattern! I made it with a red pocket, it looks so cute!

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