The Shy Snowshoe Hare

One of the things I enjoy most about winter is being able to easily follow and identify the tracks of the critters who live in our woods. The snowshoe hare has already made an appearance in the dark of night. Here’s hoping he doesn’t find my lilac bushes a tasty meal!

Snowshoe hare pattern

Right click here and select “save link as” (on a PC) to save this snowshoe hare pattern to your computer.

snowshoe hare pattern

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3 Responses to The Shy Snowshoe Hare

  1. elaine says:

    love the animals and birds that you make

  2. carolyn menzies says:

    Just wanted to say thank you sooo much for these free patterns, I just love these! I am making a few for the holidays this year. Your blog is also very cool!

    Thanks and happy holidays,

  3. Linda Lee says:

    What wonderful patterns! I also can’t wait to make some for my grandchildren as Christmas ornaments. I’ll have to make a couple for each of them before then just for fun. Thanks soooooo much for sharing these. You’re great! Linda

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