Dilly the Duck Felt Pattern

Dilly is a special duck at Downeast Thunder Farm. She inspired this little felt duck ornament. You can read more about Dilly here.

Free Duck Felt Ornament Pattern

Click here to download this free duck felt ornament pattern.

Free duck felt ornament pattern

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8 Responses to Dilly the Duck Felt Pattern

  1. rosemarie says:

    hi,
    just fond your site love it
    thank u fot the pattern when iam done sent u a picture
    regards from the netherlands

  2. Maaike says:

    Love all the felt birds. Greetings from the netherlands

  3. Maria Josefa says:

    [Translated] Hello! I loved strolling through your blog. Your birds are felt fantastic! Nice work! I also would like to live on a farm, have enough space and enjoy the best life, but I live in a big city, in an apartment where I have a room to enjoy my passion: patchwork! Thanks for showing their work in felt and share with us the patterns. Thank you! A hug here in S?o Paulo / Brazil, Maria Josefa

  4. kaye williams says:

    Love these birds!!!!

  5. Sandy Jee says:

    These bird patterns are really gorgeous and I am enjoying making them here in the heat in Spain for Christmas for all the various animal charities. I think they will be very popular and I think they are so cute…….thank you very much for the free patterns.
    Sandy

  6. Sue says:

    I just found your website and I am so excited to start making ornaments for next Christmas! Tell me, is it best to use wool felt vs. the thinner felt found in a craft store? Is there a good source online? I would like to pay less than $1.50 per sheet…am I dreaming?Thank you for your wonderful patterns!

    • sjbennett says:

      Sue, I have a link to a few felt resources here. The prices are pretty reasonable. I do prefer wool or a wool blend. It’s more natural looking and doesn’t have that shiny look that the craft store felt seems to have. Enjoy!

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