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The bird blocks measure 4” x 4” x 4”. Instructions are included to make a chick, flamingo, cockatoo, owl, parrot and penguin. The blocks are stuffed with polyester fiberfill. They are just the right size for babies and toddlers, and can be made for girls and boys. Fleece is used for the bodies and wings so the birds are very soft! Cotton fabric is used for the appliqués and feet. Ribbon is used for the feathers on the cockatoo’s head.
This 7 page PDF e-pattern includes: full size patterns, materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step color photographs.
I love these. Super cute and quick to make. I usually add a rattle inside.
Very cute and easy to sew! The perfect size for little baby hands to grab and play with. The directions were easy to follow and came together quickly. I added a large bell inside to make it a little more exciting for babies.
Very cute! great pattern!
Super easy & fun to make. I whipped four of them up in no time as a last minute shower gift.
Fleece – 6” x 30” rectangle for body block on each bird, 4” x 9” rectangle for wings on each bird
Light to medium weight cotton print fabrics – 4” x 12” rectangle for beak & feet on each bird, 4” x 5” rectangle for penguin face, 1” x 2” rectangle for cockatoo’s cheeks & owl eyes, 2” x 4” rectangle for parrot eyes & circles around owl eyes
Double sided iron-on fusible web – 3” x 4” rectangle for each bird (Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by
The Warm Company was used for sample birds but any fusible web for fabric will work fine)
3/8” Yellow grosgrain or satin ribbon – three 3 1/2” pieces for cockatoo’s head feathers
Polyester fiberfill stuffing
Sewing thread – black for stitching around appliqués & colors that match fabric
Embroidery floss – black for French knots on eye dots
Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell finished items in limited quantities.