The Nomadic Cedar Waxwing

This pattern is inspired by the cedar waxwing I snapped a picture of on a foggy morning a few weeks ago. For a bird with such silky, sleek lines, it was challenge to create a pattern of his likeness. Finding the right color of brown for the body is the trick here. I couldn’t find anything in my stores that would do him justice.

cedar waxwing pattern

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One Response to The Nomadic Cedar Waxwing

  1. Judy Magill says:

    Merry Christmas & your family!
    I’ve enjoyed making the birds, I haven’t made them all yet.

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