The Tiny White Breasted Nuthatch

The tiny White Breasted Nuthatch is resident in the stand of maple woods here behind the house. I often see them hopping about as they scale the sides of trees – often upside down. Have fun creating this cute little bird.


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white breasted nuthatch pattern

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4 Responses to The Tiny White Breasted Nuthatch

  1. Susanne says:

    Thank you! I love your creations and posts!

  2. Sara says:

    Thank you so much! Your felt patterns are just beautiful. Hoping to get the fox done for my fox Christmas tree this year! :O)

  3. Darlene P. says:

    I love this little nuthatch! Thank you so much for the pattern.

  4. plan says:

    merci, la première fois que je clique sur ta page, très jolie.

    Google Translation: thank you , the first time I click on your page , very pretty.

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