The Moose is Loose!
The moose is loose on Downeast Thunder Farm. At least the felt version. It’s been years since I saw a moose standing outside my window late one summer night. The crunch of his hooves in the gravel woke me and I froze in fear at the noise. When I finally drummed up the nerve to look out the open window, I saw a monster-sized creature crossing the back yard into the woods. Took a while for my heart to return to its normal pace! I hope you have fun with this guy who is decked out for Christmas.
Right click here and select “Save target as” (on a PC) to download this moose PDF pattern to your computer.
Here’s the moose before the addition of the Christmas wreath.
The two “sides” of the wreath before I tacked them together around his neck.
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