The Wonderful Wood Thrush

It seems that I haven’t had a moment to breath since my Mother’s Day outing with Hannah. A crazy work schedule, Hannah’s softball games, and the end of senior year activities have ruled my life. On our Mother-Daughter Adventure Day, one of our stops was Birdsacre where we hiked through The Queens Throne “where thrushes sing at eventide.” That day inspired this Wonderful Wood Thrush. I designed it almost immediately, but it’s taken weeks to find time to transform him in felt. Hope you enjoy him!

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6 Responses to The Wonderful Wood Thrush

  1. Jody says:

    Sweet! I love it. We’ve been watching lots of thrush in the yard. I think ours are Swainson’s.

  2. Pam Colby says:

    Thank you for this pattern!. Love watching birds and nature.

  3. Karyn says:

    Lovely! Thank you for sharing your patterns.

  4. Susan Spiers says:

    Love any kind of bird-their singing makes me happy! Thank you, Susan

  5. Jason says:

    Do you sell these already made? I would be very interested. Thank you 🙂

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