Arrival of the Bluebird – Felt Ornament

This little Bluebird seems quite content perched on the feeder. Tucked in the woods like we are, it’s a rare treat for us to have a Bluebird visit!

Felt Bluebird Ornament Pattern

You can download the pattern here. If you make this little Bluebird, comment to share a link to a picture of yours!

Felt Bluebird Pattern

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21 Responses to Arrival of the Bluebird – Felt Ornament

  1. ruth bross says:

    really enjoyed your site . Love winter and all the animals . the pattern is awesome. Will have to keep up with you .

  2. Audrey D. Street says:

    Hi from Columbus, Ohio. You’re living my dream! At 64 I’m a bit long in the tooth to begin a new dream so enjoy each and every single day. I really love your felt bird ornaments and plan to have one of each on my Christmas tree this year.
    Love, peace & joy,


  3. Patricia Showe says:

    Your felt bird ornaments are beautiful and it’s so wonderful of you to share with us. I feed the birds and also spent a lot of time on my grandparents’ farm. So, I will love making these for my tree. You are a joy. Thank you very much for your talent and your thoughtfulness.

  4. vicki says:

    love the bird ornaments–thanks

  5. Sonia says:

    Thanks for this beautiful bird pattern.

  6. maureen says:

    hello and thank you for the little robin pattern you are so generous,I plan to make one for each of my grandchildren four in total and more for my christmas tree….many blessings Maureen…

  7. Steff says:

    Pinterest led me here- thanks so much for your generosity!

  8. i love all of the birds graetings from Holland

  9. Susan S says:

    Absolutely love your bird patterns! I’m not sure which pattern I left a note in earlier, but I decided to use your bluebird pattern to make sugar cookies for my grandmother’s 90th birthday. Thank you again for sharing.

  10. Michelle says:

    My friend is getting married this weekend. Her grandmother started her a bluebird of happiness collection when she became engaged. I need to make some of these for the happy couple’s first Christmas tree.

  11. Carol Donald says:

    I have downloaded your Blue bird Pattern. I am making birds for my daughters Classroom. She is a grade one teacher and her theme next year is birds. This year it was the sea and all that entails. We don’t have blue birds here so these are pretty. We gave 3 sorts of ducks in the park at the end of our street,ibis and herons.

  12. Marty says:

    Where do you get your felt? The colors are so lovely. Thank you for your patterns. I also loved your recent picture of the chickadees in the repurposed Christmas tree. It looked like a postcard.

  13. angie says:

    This little bird is so cute!!!

  14. Sarah says:

    Thank you for posting on pinterest. I down loaded the pattern and made about 60 cute bluebirds to give away in October. I attend a cancer survivor camp named “Camp Bluebird”.
    I believe these little bluebird will be well received. Thank you again.

    • sjbennett says:

      What a wonderful idea to make these and take them with you. Thank you for sharing!

  15. Aleena B. says:

    I just LOVE your sweet patterns! Every Winter the trees in my yard fill with a darling bird that I refer to as “My Winter Birds.” I put the strings of popcorn and cranberries from our Christmas tree in the bare branches and they love to eat them. This year I used one of your patterns and made felt birds that looked just like my Winter birds, to decorate my tree and in other decorative displays in my house. I kept them up all Winter! Thanks for sharing your talents and obvious love of nature.

  16. Martha says:

    I love your patterns — they are so beautifully drawn and have just the right amount of detail. I’m going to try to make tiny one-inch sculpey bird buttons by looking at your patterns. Thank you!

  17. Trish Palmer says:

    I’m so happy to find your site. my grandchildren love birds and I know finding your bird ornaments will thrill them

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