try the star folk pdf pattern for free

Try a PDF pattern for free! Make a sweet crew of moody stars and a peaceful moon. They are super easy and great for ornaments little gifts or a mobile. The disgruntled guy is my favorite. There is one in every crowd…

click here to download your free star folk pdf pattern


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starfolk ornaments

star folk sewing pattern

You are ready to make moody stars! Suggestion – don’t print the whole thing – You can just select the patterns pages and print only those and read the directions on your screen – that is what I do.

star ornament

Are you new to digital patterns? If you’d like to purchase other patterns here is how that works:

Add a pattern from the shop to your cart and checkout. Fill in your info and hit the place order button.  The screen will turn gray while your order is processing. After a moment you will  be on the order page – and your pattern is ready to download – I’ve highlighted the link with a big red arrow! Click the link to download your pdf pattern.  And you get an email  – the download link is in the email too



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  1. Susan Hebert

    Thanks so much, Ann. These are delightful. Can’t wait to make them.

  2. Thank you, Ann! I’m excited to make the disgruntled fella too!

  3. Rosemary B

    These really are very sweet.
    I have 4 grand daughters now. I am grateful for your generosity with your abundant creativity. I would love to try to make one for each.
    Thank you very much

  4. Jane Plant

    Thanks so much for another free pattern. I have enjoyed working with so much. I will say, however, that you do have a special talent with them all. I have been working on your tiny dolls and little owls and it is a lot of work to get the special personalities you get with them. My oldest grandson and I made cardboard horses last week for his art project in homeschool and his younger brother and I are going to make some tomorrow (he’s getting to spend the night at grandma’s as a special treat). I do love your projects though. They have reawakened something creative that has been languishing these past 15 years since going back to work full time. It doesn’t hurt that they are portable enough to take to work for a lunch break project.

    • Thank you so much for the free star pattern. I found you through Sunnyday Supply and enjoyed your website and all you do. I subscribed to your emails so I can not keep up with you. Can’t wait to make some stars. Thanks again.

  5. Thank you! These are so adorable! I can’t wait to make a bunch to put on our tree this year.

  6. Wendy Yates

    Thank you so much for the pattern. I love all your patterns and you have re-ignited my love for hand sewing xx

  7. Carol A Rodi

    Thank you so much for sharing the moon and stars pattern. I am excited to begin gathering the supplies(half the fun)to make them. The moon being one of my favorite things, I look up at it along with the stars every night, while out with my dog. Also want
    say that I enjoy all of your magical pieces. Thanks , again! Have a great, creative day!

  8. Thank you! I’ve downloaded the pattern and now am dreaming about a sweet little garland of moody stars

  9. Thank you – these are so sweet! I love all your patterns and I can’t wait to make a few of these to send to my grandkids!

  10. Ceri Rayner

    Wow, how gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing your star folk – I feel as though I’ve been given an early Christmas present. Warm wishes from Portsmouth and Southsea U.K.

  11. Thank you so much for this pattern! I am teaching my neighbor how to hand sew and these patterns are wonderful!!

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