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.

Canada Goose Felt Ornament

 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!

Canada Goose Pattern

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4 Responses to Arrival of the Canada Goose Felt Pattern

  1. vicki says:

    Love, love, love canadian geese!! Thank you for sharing this!

  2. nance kerr says:

    thank you so very much for sharing these lovely patterns. i am making them for my grandsons for their tree. they are in seattle, we are in michigan! thank you again!!

  3. Carole Webb Slater says:

    Thank you for the free patterns (Canadian goose, blue bird, and red-headed woodpecker)! It will be a great activity to do with my daughter. We love these birds and it is a wonderful mother/ daughter activity!

  4. Elaine C. says:

    I LOVE your patterns and I THANK YOU for being so nice to share them with us. I will pay it forward !


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