Here is a collection of links to the Freebies I’ve shared with readers. Download and enjoy for your personal use. Feedback is always welcome!

Looking for my felt bird patterns? They’ve moved to their own page – click here!

My Dinky-Bird Feeder

downeast thunder farm birdfeeder
My Dinky-Bird Feeder Plans

Chicken Coop Freebies

free chicken coop plans from Downeast Thunder Farm
Chicken Coop Plans

Nesting Box Plans

Paul’s Plans Over at Downeast Thunder RailRoad

Paul’s DTRR Shed Plans

30 Responses to Freebies

  1. Vangie Walker says:

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful patterns. I am looking forward to making them all for my grandson who loves birds.

  2. How lovely of you to share your patterns. I’ve downloaded all of them. I think they could be used as applique patterns as well as for felt ornaments and plan to try some of them out soon.

    Thanks for your generosity.

  3. hannie kramer-visscher says:

    hello, i am living in the netherlands and i found your beautufull website, It must be wonderfull living at such a beautifull plAce. i love making your feltpatterns, so they are going allover the world!!!

  4. Jennifer says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful patterns!

  5. Christine Schlager says:

    I live in Southern Calif. and have used your bird patterns….I attach them to small quilted wallhangings on an appliqued wool branch with leaves, etc. People love them!

  6. Lori Becker says:

    Hello and thank you so much for sharing your Felt birds I have just resently started to play with felt. I would like to post the birds that I have made on FB along with your link if that is alright with you.

    Thanks again for the Fun!
    Lori Becker

  7. Lori Becker says:
    Just wanted to share …Thanks again I had so much fun doing them…still need to do the chickens and rooster, will do that next week. Your back grounds are so much nicer …I am not much of a Photographer. Take care, Lori

  8. Bunny says:

    I love the freebie patterns you’ve designed! Have been saving them, and plan to make a bunch of them to decorate the house with. Have you ever thought about making a partridge pattern?

    • Susan says:

      I’ve been spending most of my time lately outdoors and not playing with designs. I’ve been thinking about where to go now and a dove and partridge are on the list. I’m open to suggestions!

  9. Mat says:

    Thank you so much for the wonderful patterns!

  10. Anita K says:

    Just happened on your website, sooo wonderful. Thank You for sharing your wonderful patterns, hope you continue sharing with all of us and wishing for some outdoor creatures to show up as ornaments, you are so talented……..

  11. Jan Thomson says:

    Thank you very much for sharing your lovely birdie patterns – I like stitching felt appliqu? and will use one or two of them in a picture. It’s so lovely to see such a talented lady being so generous; I have sent your web site onto my Granddaughter so that she might try to make them.

  12. Kay says:

    These are so nice. Thank you for sharing!

  13. Nae says:

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful bird patterns! I will be trying to make these for the Holidays! 🙂

  14. Peggy says:

    These lovely birds have cheered me and given me ideas. Thank you for sharing your patterns.

  15. Erin says:

    Thank you so much! These will make lovely gifts for my MIL who adores birds!!!

  16. Amanda says:

    THANK YOU for sharing these beautiful patterns! I do a nature storytime for little ones and these will be wonderful for my felt board rhymes! Hope to see you on Pinterest soon!

  17. Jane Bramley says:

    Thank you for sharing your lovely patterns. The Mallard is just what I was looking for to make as a gift for my lovely mother-in-law who loves ducks. I will post a photo when I have made him.

  18. I found your bird patterns while searching to for felt snowy owl inspiration… You have some very nice designs of several species I was intending to make. I won’t copy them exactly because I am working on felt ornaments for a craft sale and I like to make my own patterns but thank you for sharing!

  19. Erin says:

    Thank you SO much! My children are having a grand time making these ornaments for their grandparents’ Christmas tree. AND, not only that, just as I was going to humbly request a Baltimore Oriole pattern… you put one up! Thank you!!!

  20. lorraine says:

    I was so excited to come across your beautiful website quite by accident! I was looking for felt patterns of birds, thankyou so much
    for sharing them, cant wait to make each and every one!! I have many of them myself on our property, we live on 40 acres and we our avid nature enthusiasts too, my husband like you has a huge love for owls…

  21. Angie says:

    Have your other bird patterns moved? I am not seeing a clickable link. Thanks!

  22. Nancy Bacon says:

    Thank You for the bird patterns.. I have made the bluebird and the chickadee for the Great grand kids.. We are avid bird watches, and had a large flock of Robins Feb 1 on the lawn here in southern VT.. So think spring and thanks for the patterns… NB

  23. Joyce says:

    Thank you for sharing all these wonderful bird patterns. I am having problems getting the pdf for the Delaware Hen. Wondering if anyone else has had the same problem? I thought it might be my computer, but I am able to get the pdf for eagle. I have several of your birds cut out to applique onto a penny rug. Can’t wait to see how it turns out. Thank you again for your generosity.

    • Susan says:

      Joyce, yours is the first comment I’ve had. I did take a look and the link was all funky. Thanks for letting me know. Give it another try!

  24. noor says:

    Thank you for sharing all these wonderful bird patterns.

  25. Charlotte Armstrong says:

    In planning my Christmas tree for next year I see that it will have as many of your bird and maybe some of the critters as I can get done. They are absolutely beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing.


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