An un-Common Kingfisher
When folks suggested that I make a Kingfisher, I had to look it up because I wasn’t familiar with the bird. A Google search delivered this darling bird. Only when I finished him and looked up more information about Kingfishers did I realize that this little guy is a Common Kingfisher and not found in the United States. So my friends in the UK, this one’s for you!
Click here to download the Common Kingfisher pattern (right click and select “save link as” to save it to your computer). Leave a comment here to share a picture of your Kingfisher!
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