This sweet little robin make-do is my newest punch needle pattern.
I always think of a robin as one of the first signs of spring’s arrival.
Seeing a robin in the yard in March is exciting after a long cold winter!
I display this robin a little earlier than my first live bird sighting, just to help with the winter blahs.
Robin Make-do Punch Needle Pattern:
This robin make-do was punched using 3 strands of DMC floss and Valdani floss.
The finished punched bird measures about three and a half inches tall
and about five inches long.
The robin is holding a felted wool strawberry
and was mounted on a vintage door knob.
Get the Punch Needle Pattern:
The punch needle pattern is available as an instant downloadable pattern.
The e-pattern comes in a convenient pdf file format.
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You can also choose a paper pattern or punch needle kit.
The punch needle kit comes with a reusable pattern,
high quality weavers cloth, felted wool for the backing and strawberry,
green yarn for the strawberry stem, a bead for the bird’s eye,
DMC embroidery floss, Valdani floss, and crinkly ribbon to put around the base of the make-do.
Get the punch needle kit for this robin make-do.
You will need to add your own vintage door knob or other make-do mount.
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