Whistling Baltimore Oriole

An often requested pattern, the Baltimore Oriole has a sweet whistling song. This little guy may be the only one I ever see at my bird feeder here in Maine!

Baltimore Oriole Felt Pattern

Click here to download the pattern for the Baltimore Oriole.

Baltimore Oriole Free Felt Ornament Pattern

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6 Responses to Whistling Baltimore Oriole

  1. Patty Bliss says:

    I wish to thank you for sharing your wonderful felt bird patterns. Not everyone would be so generous, with their talents. My plan is to make them by next Christmas, to go along with the felt doll I use as a tree topper.
    My all of your family have a safe and joyous holiday season!
    Sincerely,
    Patty Bliss

  2. I love this one, can’t wait to have time to make some up and do a display on a tree.

    Debbie

  3. Gail Collins says:

    I downloaded the Baltimore Oriole pattern, hoping to adapt it into a lance-tailed manakin, my ornithologist daughter’s study bird, to help decorate her December wedding. Hoping for the best; I may have to beg for assistance! I love all your birds and will try more of them as time allows.

  4. Jennifer says:

    thank you for sharing!

  5. Jane Stambaugh says:

    Hi,
    Can you tell me what color felt to use on the
    feet of the penguin on the pattern it says orange
    on the write up it says yellow??
    Jane
    Also, the Baltimore creole is confusing is it yellow
    or orange?

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