The Sassy Sheep

I had more fun planning this little ewe. The inspiration came from a sheep wall hanging that appeared in the office last week. Rather than using felt for this girl, I scoured the house for something that would give the body a wooly texture – fleece, boiled wool, something along those lines. Ultimately, I raided my sock drawer sacrificing a pair of old fuzzy, less-than-white, white socks.

ewe sheep ornament printable pattern pdf

Right click here and select “save target as” to save this printable ewe pattern to your computer.

printable sheep pattern

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One Response to The Sassy Sheep

  1. Sara says:

    This is adorable! Thank you!

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