Nov 1, 2013

Tutorial: Make a Fabric Deer Head (or Rudolph)

The Fabric Deer Head (or Rudolph) tutorial has moved to the blog at UpCraft Club! You can find the tutorial and get the free pattern to make the deer by clicking here.

If you love sewing patterns like this deer head, check out UpCraft Club for even more classes, patterns, webinars and tutorials like the deer!



If you make a deer head or a Rudolph I would LOVE to see it! Please share it with me on facebook or Instagram.


42 comments:

  1. I am SO IN LOVE with this Elisa!!! Eek - totally geeking out about it!

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  2. This is great! I've seen paper mâché versions but this is pretty darling in fabric. Might have to try my hand at it. Thank you for sharing the pattern

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  3. Hi,

    I don't have facebook....Could tou send me the fabric deer head pattern to my email please? I love it!!!

    Many thanks in advance.

    Ophelia

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  4. Ophelia, I don't have your email address! Does a friend have facebook that could share the pattern with it after they download it?

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  5. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! I've linked to your pattern over at Craft Gossip:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-fabric-deer-head/2013/11/05/
    --Anne

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  6. Elisa-- this deer pattern is just gorgeous! I'm linking to you over at sewistry next week. Here's the link! sewistry.com/2013/11/free-sewing-pattern-fabric-deerrudolph-head/

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  7. Beautiful creativity. I inspired to make this pattern, hope will find such fabric.
    Thanks for complete tutorial.

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  8. Not only is this super cute but I love the playfulness of it! I can only imagine how many versions you tried before finalizing the pattern. Well done!!
    ~Heather

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  9. This is so cute! Thank you for the early present!

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  10. Guess what my kids will be getting for Christmas this year for their rooms?! Too fun!

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  11. I really love these. They would make great hobby horse/deer heads too. Is there any way to get the pattern without using Facebook? We don't use it. My email is jvannini@hotmail.com if you could possibly send it to me I'd be most grateful. Erica

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  12. Elisa, like a couple of others here, I have no Facebook account. I, too, would like the pattern, if at all possible. May I kindly ask how I can get a copy of this pattern without a Facebook account? Thank you for your attention in this.

    M.

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  13. M. I am happy to email the pattern to you. I just need your email address. You can email it to me at charmingdoodleblog (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  14. Thank you, Elisa. I just sent you an email. Sometimes my letters end up in the spam folder. Truly, I don't know why. But thank you. I'm going to find fabric right now. Maybe purple polka dot flannel. Yes, that sound good! Thanks.

    M.

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  15. could you PLEASE email it to me as well? Was all ready to get going, but not using facebook
    sume dot haumann at gmail dot com

    thank you!

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  16. This is so, so cute- I love it! Thanks so much for sharing. I would love to link to your how-to if you didn't mind.

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  17. I would love to make your deer head, but will not let tradebits access my personal files. Would you email it to me please?
    yvettechilcott at yahoo dot ca

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  18. LOVE this so much!! Making a Rudolph for our family and a floral for my hipster sister!

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  19. hey thanks for the tute. I have drafted my own using your pics as a guide - but am just wondering if you know what gauge/size the wire is that you used? thanks f

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  20. Fran, I'm not sure what gauge wire it is. It was the only one wrapped with rafia that I found. Pipe cleaners are not strong enough and a wire coat hanger was too thick. So somewhere in between those two. :)

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  21. Wow this is both genius + hilarious! Fantastic idea :)

    http://cafecraftea.blogspot.com

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  22. I am making this now & noticed that the pattern piece that I printed with antler marks is different than the "middle of head" piece (which has no antler marks). I have a total of 6 pattern pieces..head, antlers, ears, back, middle of head & the last piece that has antler marks but no "name". Did I miss something? Please help.

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  23. Kylie, there are only 5 pattern pieces. The extra you have needs to be taped together to the middle head piece. Because the middle head is what goes in the center from the back (where the deer will meet the wall) all the way around and under the nose. That's why the 'no named' piece has antler placement marks. The middle head piece extended over two pieces of paper and needs to be taped in the center.

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  24. I love it, I love it but the problem is that I can not download the graphic, I seriously think I have tried everything but .... impossible, as it could get?

    correocarmela2@gmail.com

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    1. a million thanks friend, I love and thanks to your kindness I can now get down to work. a hug.

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    2. Can you do it for me too?

      musaudade@yahoo.fr

      A lot of thx

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  25. mycomputer when I go to print the smaller version of the deer head with antlers my computer does not open the print vosx. to let me do this. Is there any way you can send via email the smaller pattern version.

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  26. How do I get the pattern

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  27. Wanted to thank you for your pattern. I'm am in a blog hop tomorrow and am featuring your blog and pattern in my post. Thank you, so much for this. I love it!!

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  28. Thank You for this free pattern! Sew adorable. I found you via Carla's post and am sew happy that I did. I love the "knight hoodie" pattern. I will be back ... :) Pat

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  29. Can you please send me the pattern please at mparis2@ford.com please!!

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  30. Could you please email me the pattern?? Here's my email: efennelly03@gmail.com

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  31. This is so beautiful and just what I'm looking for! Thank you so much! This will make my Mum's Christmas! :)

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  32. I want to make this too!! Can you please mail me the pattern? Thank you: dhuyvetterkaren@hotmail.com

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  33. Hi, the link doesn't take me to a page to download the pattern? Was looking to download and make it for a friends christmas present. Is there anyway of e-mailing the pattern?
    tlrainbow@hotmail.com

    Thanks

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  34. Hi, I found your cute deer head pattern from Google and hope it's okay I added a link to your Tutorial as I have a stuffed Deer Head I bought at a craft Fair about 20 years ago and posted it on my blog but thought it would be great to link to a pattern and I think your's would work great. Mine was made from faux fur and has branches for antlers but could be easily modified. The original branches got mangled over the years and I need to go outside and find new ones but it's a cute Rudolph style mounted on a wood board. Here's the link http://heartwarmingvintage.blogspot.com/2014/12/christmas-house-tour-cool-ideas-links.html

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  35. muchas gracias,es fantastico el tutorial.
    Saludos desde Madrid, España
    Carmen

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  36. Merci beaucoup pour le patron du cerf. Je suis ravie de pouvoir le faire pour mes petits enfants.
    Amitiés de France
    Sylvie

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