Osprey in Felt

Ospreys have been a theme in my life lately. They first appeared on my radar a couple of weeks ago when I photographed a pair of nesting osprey. Then, on three different occasions, I’ve spied a pair of them in town, diving for fish in the river, or simply soaring along the coast. They’re beautiful birds!

Osprey Felt Pattern

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


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3 Responses to Osprey in Felt

  1. Ann Schmidt says:

    They are great! I am on Eagles with the lovely felt you sent. What nice felt. Nice body. Thank you!!!

  2. Darlene P. says:

    I so very much enjoy your blog! So many delightful photos, ideas, patterns, life! Wonderful!

  3. Carol Williams says:

    Thank you for making this pattern!!!

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