The American Kestrel

This female American Kestrel, is America’s tiniest falcon. Although they’re hunters, she’s got such a pretty profile, I couldn’t resist making her.

American Kestrel Felt Ornament

To download the American Kestral pattern, right click here and select “Save target as” to save to your computer. If you make this little falcon, comment here with a link to a picture!

American Kestrel Pattern

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6 Responses to The American Kestrel

  1. Ang?lique says:

    Wow, that’s a beautyful one! Thank you very much!

  2. I just saw your bird patterns on Pinterest and had to stop by. They are fabulous!

  3. Elaine Evans says:

    I’m tyring to find the Kestrel pattern.

    Elaine

  4. Rebecca Byant says:

    My daughter and I are avid birdwatchers! In years past during the Christmas holidays we have made felt bird ornaments (struggling with our own patterns LOL). Yours are beautiful and inspire me to try again.

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