Just Ducky: Mallard Felt Oranament

A snowy Easter afternoon seemed like a good time to finish this little Mallard Duck felt ornament.

Mallard Duck Felt Ornament

Click here to download the pattern. Hope you have fun making him!

Mallard Duck Felt Pattern

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3 Responses to Just Ducky: Mallard Felt Oranament

  1. I need to find some time to print out and make some of the new pieces.
    I hope you and your family had a wonderful Easter.


  2. Valerie McGovern says:

    I love felt birds. Some people like a Cardinal felt bird.
    This is beautiful different felt bird.

  3. Joanne O'Neal says:

    I printed out the patterns for the mallard duck. You usually have directions for which order to add the next piece but I didn’t find that with this one. I guess I’ll figure it out by looking at the picture. thanks for these wonderful patterns.

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