The Downeast Thunder Farm European Robin

This one is for you folks across the pond – a European robin to help welcome spring. It wasn’t until Nancy from the Netherlands shared a picture of her robin did I appreciate that the American and European robin varieties differ so much. The trick here is having just the right colors of felt – which I did not. I feel a felt order in my future.

The trick here is having just the right colors of felt – which I did not. I feel a felt order in my future. Enjoy!

European Robin printable pattern

Right-click here and select “save target/link as” to save this PDF pattern to your computer.

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2 Responses to The Downeast Thunder Farm European Robin

  1. Paula says:

    Thanks for the robin pattern, and the budgie. I love both.
    Love all of your patterns and your blog.

  2. CatherineinFrance says:

    merci beaucoup pour ce rouge-gorge ! et pour tous les autres patrons, c’est un enchantement.

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