Flashy Little Dark-eyed Junco

We have lots of these little Dark-eyed Junco flitting in and out of the brush along the edge of the woods. This fall, they particularly liked the brush piles we created when cutting wood. They rarely sit still long enough to snap a picture.

Dark-eyed Junco

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Dark-eyed Junco Pattern

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6 Responses to Flashy Little Dark-eyed Junco

  1. Ariane says:

    Oh, how nice! We don’t have such birds in Vienna.
    greatings Ariane
    strick-blume.blogspot.co.at

  2. Lorraine says:

    Your felt birds are beautiful. I plan on making a
    flock of them for the Christmas tree and some
    for gifts.
    You are so talented and generous! Thank you
    so very much for sharing!
    Lorraine

  3. Jerrie George says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these patterns. I live in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and these little birds visit my feeder everyday. Can’t wait to make these and hang them in my window.

  4. Helen says:

    This is so cute! They are at my feeder now every day so I came here to see if you have a pattern. They are such busy little birds…thank you for the pattern!

  5. Anne says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your bird patterns.
    I grew up in New Brunswick, your Canadian neighbour and I am looking forward to stitching up these east coast birds.
    I now live in Windsor, Ontario.
    Sorry about all the snow you are getting this winter.
    Anne

  6. Deborah Mazerolle says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. I absolutely love your work. I hope to make a few for my friends and my tree for Christmas if that is okay. I could spend hours here looking at your site.

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