The Bountiful Red-wing Blackbird

The red-winged blackbird is one of the most abundant birds – found virtually everywhere in the United States. He’s also been very popular in the request list. Enjoy!

red-winged blackbird felt ornament

Right click here and select “Save Target As” (on a PC) to save this red-winged blackbird pattern to your computer.


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5 Responses to The Bountiful Red-wing Blackbird

  1. Kathleen Anderson says:

    Beautiful! Thank you.

  2. We look forward to seeing the red wings as a good sign of spring. It’s another snowy day here so a good day to do some more stitching.

  3. Bonnie says:

    Looking forward to your blogs

  4. ale says:

    thank you for this bird patterns, if I can do as good, I will be hoppy,

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