Arrival of the Canada Goose Felt Pattern
The past couple of weeks, Canada Geese have been flying overhead returning north for the summer. I love to hear the honking sound as they fly by – there’s something nostalgic about the sound. This little goose is a quick and easy ornament to make.
Click here to download the pattern. When I make her again I think I’ll leave the legs off all together and make the decorative stitching gray or black. If you make one, comment with a link to a picture of your Canada Goose Ornament!
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Showing Off Pigeon Hill
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The Wonderful Wood Thrush
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Lunchtime Down at the River
Cruising past the river today I paused to watch this Bald Eagle leisurely enjoy his lunch. Once the eagle took off, the gulls moved in so quickly it was as … Continue reading