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

Click here to download the pattern (right click and select “save as” to save this to your computer). Leave a comment to share a picture of your penguin!

Penguin Ornament Pattern

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4 Responses to The Proper Penguin

  1. Sheila says:

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

  2. Jennifer Clarke says:

    Hi, I live in England and I have made your barn owl pattern many times for friends and Grandchildren . I have also made the cardinal. I did download you Robin pattern but have not made it . Is it possible for you to design a British Robin it is a much smaller bird than the American one and the red breast extends up to the beak. I have tried to make one myself but it looks rubbish. As the British Robin has now been voted the most popular bird it would be great to make some as Christmas gifts. Our Robin is small and round and appears on many Christmas cards. I hope you can help me as I am useless at drawing. Many thanks Jennie.

  3. Jessica says:

    Adorable!! Thank you.

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