The Proper Penguin

Penguins look so proper and stoic. This Adelie Penguin, somewhat out of place skating on the duck pond, is stylish in his winter scarf.

Penguin Felt Ornament

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Penguin Ornament Pattern

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  1. Sheila says:

    Thanks for the pattern, I will make some Xmas brooches for friends – Sheila. x

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