Make magical little birds. Skill level is advanced beginners to intermediate - small curves with small seam allowances - definitely tricky but I've included a video link within the pattern that's helpful. I hope you make birds!
Full sized pattern pieces
Detailed step-by-step instructions with color photographs and illustrations. The pdf file consists of 17 pages (including pattern sheets) and is about 15MB in size.
Links to instructional videos for sewing the body and making the legs
List of materials required
List of materials resources
Ideas and tips for embellishing
The Little Bird pattern was designed by Ann Wood, copyright 2014. All rights reserved. Do not distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy without my written permission.
SELLING WHAT YOU MAKE:
* The birds must be made by hand, no mass production.
* Items must be made by the individual who purchased the pattern (retain you receipt).
* Credit is given to Ann Wood as the pattern designer on a tag affixed to each bird.
* Online listings must contain a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased.
* You may alter the pattern but all terms still apply.
I live in Brooklyn New York near beautiful Prospect Park. I make things, paint, and draw for my life and livelihood. I work with mostly found, and salvaged materials, many of them vintage or antique ...
I live in Brooklyn New York near beautiful Prospect Park. I make things, paint, and draw for my life and livelihood. I work with mostly found, and salvaged materials, many of them vintage or antique garments. There is a kind of affection and tenderness in the re-use and re-purposing of things that were once personal and perhaps treasured possessions. Much of my inspiration comes from these materials as well as from many of the ideas I have been infatuated with my whole life : smallness, intricacies, miniaturization, collections, repetition; lost or abandoned things discovered and rescued; the idea of haunted and enchanted places, things and creatures; the setting of a tiny stage.View all patterns by designer (1) »