The Peculiar Pelican

What’s peculiar about this pelican? No self-respecting pelican would be caught on this freezing windswept beach in Downeast Maine!

pelican felt ornament pattern

Right click here and select “Save Target As” (on a PC) to download this PDF pelican pattern to your computer.

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One Response to The Peculiar Pelican

  1. Mary says:

    Susan, thank you so very much for the pelican! It is the state bird of my home state and I miss it sorely, being too far north to ever hope to see one. THIS one won’t mind visiting though. Thank you, also, for ALL your beautiful bird patterns. You are so creative and it is most kind and generous of you to share. Have a lovely evening and God bless.

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