The Spunky Skunk

No woodland creature collection would be complete without a skunk. I was always a bit amused by skunks, if not their smell. Early on, Paul taught Hannah and me Arlo Guthrie’s song “There’s a Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road” which we sing religiously when we drive through a smelly section of road. I changed my tune when a skunk broke into the banty coop the other winter and absconded with my favorite chicken. Still, this Spunky Skunk was a fun project for a lazy day. Enjoy!


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4 Responses to The Spunky Skunk

  1. Kathleen Anderson says:

    Very handsome skunk!

  2. Sara says:

    So cute… thank you!

  3. Kitty Hensley says:

    I have made so many of your patterns, probably 25 or 30 of them. Thank you so much for making them available.

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