little birds : a sewing pattern

The little bird sewing pattern is finally here! My goodness- it was an epic effort. I hope you enjoy it! You can purchase it here.

little birds : a sewing pattern

get the little bird sewing pattern pdf

Little Birds includes a link to the  free video tutorial  “how to make a perfect bird leg” – useful with this pattern and for all your bird leg needs as well as a link to a video on sewing the bird body that you will receive within the PDF when you purchase the pattern. And make a bird size top hat just like the caketopper bird above is wearing – find the free tutorial right here. I hope you make birds! If you do I’d love to see – use #annwoodhandmade or #annwoodpattern on instagram. And if you’d like to be notified when more patterns are available you can sign up here.

6 Comments

  1. Yay – I just bought it, and it’s wonderful! What an amazing amount of effort you’ve put into this Ann… The photographs will make it so simple, and the videos are the icing on the cake. I can’t thank you enough for sharing this one – he is adorable and I’m thrilled to be able to make one.

  2. Hélène Behr

    Thank you very much for the sewing pattern, it was certainly a lot of work , very kind of you. I ´m sure I´ll manage to make some birds with that lot of photos and tips and of course I´ll send you some photos but I can´t start making them before october 🙁 ( no time at the moment).Thank you for sharing your amazing creativity,

  3. Thanks for this pattern that I bought the minute after seeing this post!
    My fist bird it’s not so good, but with the second attempt the result is better.
    I will need a lot of practice to be able to make a cake topper for my parents’ golden wedding anniversary in mid july…

  4. These birds are adorable. My daughter will be thrilled to have these as the cake topper for her wedding in October. It is so “tweet” of you to share your pattern. Thank you Ann.

  5. Jean Lennon

    Thank you I make birds and last year won a highly commended cert at my branch of the GB Embroidery Guild I also made a cage from covered electrical wire-never to be done again
    I seem to make and attach the legs differently everytime now I know

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