Downeast Thunder Farm Kitty

Our Christmas tree went up this year with my Much Loved Ginger and Gidget Puppy ornaments on it. It didn’t seem fair that the kitties weren’t represented, so I created this pattern with Cinder as the subject. She’s the only one who will sit long enough to pose!


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felt cat pattern

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2 Responses to Downeast Thunder Farm Kitty

  1. Sara says:

    Thank you so much, love her!

  2. Valedwr abrams says:

    You are so talented.I live in a small village in Cornwall UK and have just found your site and am overwhelmed.I have a 250year old cottage and your birds would look wonderful dotted around all my handmade bits. Thank u for the free patterns xxxxxx

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