The Elegant Trumpeter Swan

A reader recently requested a trumpeter swan – the first such request I’ve received. I loved the idea and had fun coming up with the design for this double-sided felt swan ornament. I think he turned out quite nice!

Trumpeter Swan

Right click here and select “save target as” (on a PC) to download this swan PDF pattern to your computer.


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5 Responses to The Elegant Trumpeter Swan

  1. terry fout says:

    very pretty….love all you bird patterns

  2. Wilma says:

    Very nice trumpeter Swan. I want to try, to make her. Thanks for the pattern.

  3. Marilyn Kingsley says:

    Thank you so, so much for the swan pattern. He is beautiful! I hope to give swans to my daughter and daughters in law for Christmas.

  4. Marty Chamberlain says:

    I would like to thank you for making your patterns free for personal use. It’s nice not to have to shell out a lot of money for a hobby in the beginning when you are still finding your feet and deciding whether you are interested enough to a) continue doing it and b) willing to invest money into to it by way of patterns.

    So many thanks 🙂 Marty

  5. Karole says:

    Especially love the dimensional quality you obtained in this pattern. Such a beautiful piece.

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