The Entertaining Red Squirrel

We enjoy the little red squirrels that live in our woods. Their antics as they try to raid the bird feeders are so very entertaining and provide lots of great photo ops. Your bird feeders are safe from this squirrel who comes with his own acorn.

red squirrel pattern

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red squirrel pattern

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5 Responses to The Entertaining Red Squirrel

  1. sgjj says:

    We dont have red squirrels here, so I shall have to do a gray one as well. They’re so cute as babies, I’ve raised many. Thank you Susan for yet another stunner.

  2. Meredith says:

    Love it! Two squirrel lovers in this house. I’ll have to dig out my felt and do some stitching. We do not have the Reds, but eastern greys and they come in all colours, all grey, grey with white bellies, black, and all brown.

  3. wilma says:

    Dank je wel
    Ik ben zo blij met al deze patronen
    Ik heb er al wat gemaakt en het zijn kunstjes hier in huis.
    Liefs wilma

  4. Love little red. We get so much fun watching his antics in the garden. Thanks for the pattern.

  5. Alana Alexander says:

    Very cool site!

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