June Felt Ornament Patterns

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Felt Patterns | Free Download | Woodland Series | twitter.com/CCainCabin | http://www.pinterest.com/dawncain/ | #FeltAnimalPatterns | #CreativeCainCabin

For those of you who are following along with Claudia and I in our monthly Christmas Ornament Felt Along Series it’s time to link up and show off the darling critters you have made. We’ve been at this for 5 months now and if you are still interested in sewing along with us it’s not to late. Below you will find the past month’s patterns and here you will find a material list. It’s not to late to jump on board; here’s how it works – every month 2 new critter patterns are added to the series, we give you one month to make them, then you come back by and link up photos for everyone to see. So far it has been great fun and when you are done you will have 24 new ornaments for you Christmas tree or to use however you wish. Sounds fun right? Now lets get started.

Felt Patterns | Free Download | Woodland Series | twitter.com/CCainCabin | http://www.pinterest.com/dawncain/ | #FeltAnimalPatterns | #CreativeCainCabinThis month we will be working on the “CAT” and ‘PIG”, I know this month is very busy for everyone so I decided to throw a few easy ones into the mix. With them being the same shape you can whip them up in no time. 

Felt Patterns | Free Download | Woodland Series | twitter.com/CCainCabin | http://www.pinterest.com/dawncain/ | #FeltAnimalPatterns | #CreativeCainCabinJump on over to Claudia’s where you will find the Pig Pattern available for download.

Felt Patterns | Free Download | Woodland Series | twitter.com/CCainCabin | http://www.pinterest.com/dawncain/ | #FeltAnimalPatterns | #CreativeCainCabinClick Here to Download the Cat Felt Pattern. I hope everyone is having a fun time participating in this series? I know I have enjoyed seeing how creative you all are, there’s some wonderfully talented people joining in with Claudia and I and I hope to see more as time goes on. Below you will find the previous months patterns if you need to play a little catch up. 

 

January Patterns 

Click Here to Download the Woodland Felt Owl Pattern

Click Here to Download the Woodland Bear Felt Pattern

February Patterns

Click Here to Download the Cardinal Felt Pattern

Click Here to Download the Barnyard Sheep Felt Pattern

March Patterns

Click Here to Download the Woodland Skunk Felt Pattern

Click Here to Download the Woodland Turtle Felt Pattern

April Patterns

Click Here to Download the Woodland Fox Felt Pattern

Click Here to Download the Woodland Deer Felt Pattern

May Patterns

Click Here to Download the Woodland Porcupine Felt Pattern 

Click Here to Download the Woodland Mouse Felt Pattern

 

Now lets get started; link up all your fabulously creative critters :)

dawn

 

 


Comments

    • says

      Yes Kris, I started working on it today but it will be very small. I just can’t keep the deer out and hate to spend all that time and money just to feed the deer.

  1. says

    HI Dawndie! These are so cute. I’ve packed my felt away or I’d love to make some too. I love working with felt.
    Thanks for popping in to see The Little House.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

    • says

      Shelia, the good thing is the patterns will always be available so you can make them any time 🙂

  2. says

    They look great, Dawn! Sorry I didn’t get to the May patterns but I have our newest patterns made and posted on the blog. xoxo
    Claudia

    • says

      Hi Alana,you have so beautiful parettn. I’ve just finished my version of the CLS,and it was great fun, knitting it! Yesterday I ordered the Cosette Pattern, thal I’ll start this weekend. On my blog, you’ll find some photos of my CLS.Greatings from Germany, Martina

  3. says

    These are so very sweet! I keep thinking every month, I’ll try to join but I’m getting behind! They sure look like fun to make! Thanks SO much for sharing the patterns! Enjoy your week! Hugs, Diane

    • says

      Diane, The nice thing is you can print them off and make them whenever you have some extra time 🙂

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