A Winter’s White Tail Fawn

This little white-tail deer fawn made her first appearance on my Maine Woods Christmas Tree. I do believe she is my favorite ornament to date. Do I say that about them all? I hope you have as much fun with her as I have!


Here’s how I handled the flip side of the deer.

white tail deer ornament

Right click here and select “save link as” to save this PDF pattern to your computer.

fawn pattern

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5 Responses to A Winter’s White Tail Fawn

  1. Carol says:

    Your designs are always so spot on. Well done and so enjoyed, thanks so much for sharing your talents. Happy Holidays!

  2. Susan Miller says:

    Phooey! Printer’s down. This is darling. I can’t wait!

  3. Deena says:

    Lovely little fawn! Thank you!

  4. Judith says:

    Thank you for such a darling real life pattern. I made one today and it’s sweet.

  5. Martha Duffy says:

    I think the fawn is my absolute favorite. Thank you for the pattern. My family will love them for Christmas.

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