The Wiley Coyote

The sound of the yip-yip-yipping of the coyotes in the distance at night never fails to give me the shivers. This coyote was on the drawing board for my Maine Woods Christmas tree, but I ran out of time, so he stands alone.

Coyote Felt Pattern

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

coyote pattern

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2 Responses to The Wiley Coyote

  1. Lea Ann Barnhart says:

    I am so excited to have these new patterns. I catch myself constantly checking to see if there is anything new and get so excited when there is. I love the bird and animals equally well and they look fantastic on my tree. I have made 27 since November and my goal is to make them all for next year’s tree. You do a beautiful job on each one and I appreciate them being free. I wish there was something I could do for you in return. Thank you…thank you…thank you.

  2. Rebecca Ford says:

    thank you for your love of nature. blanket stitch is so relaxing

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