Ruby Throated Hummingbird Felt Ornament

Soon I’ll be filling the feeders for the return of these little hummingbirds. Invariably they return on May 12 – give or take a day. A feeder right outside the kitchen window provides us with lots of free entertainment!

Hummingbird Felt Pattern

You can download the pattern here. If you make this little guy, comment here with a link to a picture of your hummingbird!

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11 Responses to Ruby Throated Hummingbird Felt Ornament

  1. Sarah Lund-Goldstein says:

    I am in love with this one! The toothpick as the beak is definately inspired! I am jumping into my felt stash this weekend to see how much trouble I can get into! Thanks for the pattern. :^)

  2. Mary says:

    the perfect thing !! You are incredible. Thanks Mary

  3. linda says:

    Wonderfull!! I will love making thank-you so very much!! I thank Laura for this sorce. My grandchildern will love them come christmas.

  4. MAndersen says:

    Thank-you so much for sharing your wonderful patterns with me. I needed some light weight ornaments for our real tree that we put up at our cabin and these will be perfect! I can’t wait to get started. You are very generous and very talented.

  5. My 7yo daughter is preparing a science presentation for her 2nd class about hummingbirds. This will be fun to make with her over Christmas! Thanks for the pattern.

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    Translated to: Thank you! Very cute little birds!

  7. Eileen Wilks says:

    Thanks for the pattern! I made a pair of the little darlings. You can see them on my Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201824175858435&set=a.1169772036821.2027187.1003585095&type=1&theater

  8. Joyce warner. says:

    Love your birds just like to thank you
    Am making my sister a bird tree for xmas
    She will love it thanks agen joyce

  9. Dawn Brumfield says:

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  10. Jeanie says:

    I finally began attracting hummingbirds to my yard this year and enjoyed watching them from Spring to Fall. When our family got together for Christmas I made each person an ornament as I didn’t know when we’d all be able to get together again. Thank you for the pattern!

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