A Silent Mockingbird

A little bird with a big personality – this may be the quietest Mockingbird you ever see.

Northern Mockingbird Felt Ornament

You can download a printable pattern for this ornament (right click on the link and select “save target as” to save to your computer). Comment here to share a link to a picture of your mockingbird!

A Mockingbird Felt Ornament Pattern

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6 Responses to A Silent Mockingbird

  1. Starr White says:

    Hi! I just found your wonderful website and wanted to say thank you for sharing your lovely felt bird patterns. I hope to make some ornaments for my tree from some of them. They’re terrific!

  2. Alisa Beatty says:

    Thank you!! This is one of my favorites. By the way, you’ve inspired me to attempt to modify the kingfisher pattern into the type common to our area. Love these ornaments!

  3. Carol says:

    Greetings from Missouri! Thank you so much for the mockingbird! We have a marvelous fella who returns every year to entertain us with grand opera from the top of the tree across the road. I downloaded most of your wonderful patterns a month or so ago but really wanted a mockingbird. I even considered trying to adapt some of the others–but no need! Here he is! I’m so excited – This is going to be such a fun winter project!
    Love your site! Thanks for your generous sharing of your visual and verbal artistic creativity.

  4. thanks for all of the wonderful patterns. I love to make them and they are so real my cats think it,s hunting time. They are inside cats,,but they are very interested in all of the things they see. I,m sending you big thanks and , have lots more of wonderful designs. Leslie

  5. Jan Morton says:

    Thank you for your wonderful patterns,
    I am in the process of making a banner for our church in England and wanted an owl for my tree
    I have just come upon your website and can’t believe the amount of birds you have on it. Thank you for your selfless generosity in allowing me to use your patterns. You are so very kind. If you would like a suggestion for a few more birds I hope these are suitable to you
    A Red Robin, Gold Finch, Greenfinch, Blackbird Wren, Swallow, Misstlethrush, Bluetit Cuckoo. These are a few of our British birds
    Many Thanks once again, At the moment I am using the work of world renowned artist Pollyanna Pickering it is all about British garden birds and it would be nice to add these birds made of felt to the cards I make for my friends not only as a card keepsake but also a little felt bird keepsake.
    Kind regards
    Jan

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