Felt Chickadee Ornament

Now that the holidays are over I find myself at loose ends. Feeling the need for a project I drew this pattern for a felt chickadee ornament using a photograph for inspiration.

I think she turned out pretty cute.

Click here to download the chickadee pattern and instructions.

Chickadee felt pattern

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13 Responses to Felt Chickadee Ornament

  1. Cathy says:

    Oh I LOVE all of your darling bird patterns! They are just adorable! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. Do you by chance have a chicken pattern? I’ve just discovered your blog and now I need to go and look around. It’s looks like a fun blog!

    Cathy ?

    • Susan says:

      Cathy, I’ve got the basics for a nesting chicken drawn up and cut out, but not together yet. I’ll probably have her finished and up this weekend.
      Thanks for visiting!

  2. Carrie P. says:

    I saw these made up on Woolen Sails blog. So sweet. I love birds. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

  3. Patrones de fieltro says:

    Hello! Thanks for the beautiful bird patterns.

  4. Elizabeth Goulart says:

    Hi. Thanks so much for sharing the bird patterns. I enjoyed the reading and looking at a lot of the photos. Thanks again.

  5. Rebecca Gardengloves says:

    I have just discovered your web site. As a crafter and bird lover I am ecstatic to download some patterns. I will definitely revisit your site, especially for the nest box design. Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  6. Elaine Wiese says:

    So glad I found your site.

  7. dani says:

    Merci pour tous ces tutos d’oiseaux et bravo pour ton blog ! j’adore !

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  10. Tatiana says:

    Oh! This is my favourite! Have 3 of them) last winter everyone wanted to buy one or all off them, but HOW COULD I?! Thank you! Your birdies are not realistic-they’re real!!! Also have your polar owl, but changed eyes and wings a bit (hope you don’t mind), now it nests on my coat

  11. Hilda says:

    Thank you for sharing. You are so generous.
    They are all beautiful!

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