The Gentle Garden Mouse

I had company working in the greenhouse yesterday. A little garden mouse has taken up residence. Probably spent the whole winter in there. Probably had babies in there. He didn’t seem to mind sharing the space with me. Although my screech did seem to startle him into action. I hope he didn’t mind that I dug up his tunnels. Enjoy!

the garden mouse felt pattern

Right-click here and select “Save target as” to save this printable PDF mouse pattern to your computer.

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4 Responses to The Gentle Garden Mouse

  1. Sara says:

    What a sweet little mouse–thank you!

  2. Julie.C says:

    Thank you for sharing, this will make a lovely gift for my grand daughter.
    Julie

  3. h says:

    so sweet!! thank you!

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