Bold Blue Jay Felt Ornament

A Blue Jay that won’t raid my bird feeder and scare the dinky birds away.

Blue Jay Felt Ornament Pattern

You can download this Blue Jay pattern here. If you make this little guy, comment herewith a link to a picture of yours!

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12 Responses to Bold Blue Jay Felt Ornament

  1. Kathy B. says:

    Thank you for another great pattern. I have been working the cardinal and chickadee in wool, so I’m anxious to try the bluejay. You are so clever.

    I will keep watch in hopes for a robin pattern to appear!

    • Susan says:

      Kathy, I made a robin the other week, but I think it looks more like a European Robin than an American Robin!

      Susan

  2. Lea K-D says:

    So happy to have found this pattern! My son is in the 1st grade & doing a presentation and wearing a headband that represents blue jays for a science report. This is PERFECT to attach to it and simple enough where I think he can do most of it. THANK YOU!!!

  3. sylvia says:

    hai,

    I love birds.I am really glad that I might use your patterns. I’m working on a quilt that I going to use in the garden. No garden without birds.
    You make me happy!.
    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Cristiane says:

    Hello!
    I want to thank you for the lovely bird patterns. I will sure make them with my girls, that are nature lovers.
    God bless!

  5. Ruthe Kinsler says:

    I have a question about the beak for the bluejay ….I am getting ready to venture into making my first bird. It is going to be the bluejay. I down loaded your pattern (thank you) and the last step says to sew the beak on the bird using gray thread….I don’t see a beak pattern piece…should I just “wing” it . Ruthe

    • sjbennett says:

      Ruthe, this was one of my early attempts and I didn’t include a pattern piece for the beak. So, yes, go ahead and “wing” the triangle for the beak! 🙂

    • T Hall says:

      Hi Ruthe,

      I have another pattern you might enjoy. It is a pattern called “Augie the Doggie” that was popular years ago. I made two and gave one to a couple of twin sisters I knew from Ohio. They loved it!

  6. Ruthe Kinsler says:

    Hi Susan, I just finished my first bird….Mr. B. Jay. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. I attached Mr. Jay to a twig and I think he looks great. (Photo on its way). The bluejay is a gift for my sister-in-law. I can’t wait to tell her about your website. Thank you again for being kind and generous….I’m looking forward to my next bird project. I think it will be the junco. Ruthe

  7. Karen Judd says:

    I run an afterschool program in downtown Biddeford. We have a time for sewing on Mondays. Somebody gave me a bunch of wool. We are using your patterns for the children to make ornaments with. They are all awesome patterns. Thank you for making them available.

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