The Bonny Budgie

Although spring is all but around the corner, it was entirely too windy and bitter cold today to venture outside for long. I opted to play with a pattern and thought I’d try something that brings warmer climates to mind. This little Budgie pattern is simple, but getting the stitches just right is a bit more challenging. I used two strands of black floss for the decorative stitching throughout this bird. I think he would have turned out better if I’d used one strand at the head, increasing to two and then three strands as I worked my way down the back and wing. Play with the colors and patterns to create your own Budgie. I’d love to see what you come up with!

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3 Responses to The Bonny Budgie

  1. Jody says:

    Pretty bird, pretty bird!

  2. laurie says:

    Thank you for another great pattern, Susan! You are very generous with your talents.

  3. TerriSue says:

    Thank you so much. I have two little budgies chattering away across the kitchen from me. One is green just like this and the other one is a beautiful blue. They were rescues and provide me so much joy.

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