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Laura

Wow, these are so earthy and real looking, I also admire your tenacity in making so many! Beautiful job.

Pauline

So sweet! Hope to make it soon. I'm adding this to my Pinterest board, too - thanks for sharing!

Linda Stubbs Prairie Flower Farm

This is precious! I am pinning it on my Pinterest! You did such a beautiful job! I want to make one for my coop.........my girls will love it! I am putting you up on my blog.....I am sending them over here for the pattern.

Blessings, Linda
Prairie Flower Farm

Julie

VEry, very cute! I found you on Pinterest. I must make some of these in the spring. Thank you for sharing!

Margaret B.

Oh, delicious... delightful!

Catherine

Oh everyone on the planet needs to make this nest. Too cute. I will however knit eggs as I have no needle felting talent/tools!

Mosaic Magpie

Thanks for the pattern, so vey cute!

Linda

I posted you darling nest and eggs on craft Gossip Felting and hope you stop by: http://felting.craftgossip.com/2011/03/20/diy-felted-nest-and-eggs-edds-for-mama-robin-bird/

Linda

Dolly Kauley

Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I've been looking for a pattern and can't wait to try making an adorable nest like this one. I can't wait for spring!

Liv

Honey, I imagine as long as you crochet them bigger in order for them to felt down as I did with knitting them they'll work just fine. Wish I were even close to a competent crocheter to help you out more!

Honey

Oh these are so cute! I'd like to have them to use right now since it's spring! I've only felted sweaters for soakers...if I crocheted the nests would it still work? I'm completly incompetant when it comes to trying to figure out how to knit. I use the knifty knitter for making hats and blankets for when I want it to 'look' like knitting. But...will crochet work as long as I use the proper yarn?

Honey

Kileen

Those are adorable! Thanks for sharing the pattern. I'm going to make these for my mom's Christmas tree.

KnittingB

So lovely! Thanks for sharing!

Meryl

I'm so glad you posted this! Now if I'm not on your swap list I can make it myself! :)

Paula

I'm here through One Pretty Thing; your pattern is lovely!

Thank you so much for sharing!

Daphne

My husband made some nests as a kid using a walnut shell and paper balls and glued them to a clothes pin to attach to the tree. When we take out the ornaments I will copy the poem that goes along with them.
These are adorable and just reminded me of what dh had made.
If I have any time left over I will give these a try
http://daphne-creativemom.blogspot.com/

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=667076420

THanks for this pattern. I want to make gives for Christmas and these are too cute!

Gen

Oh how wonderful!

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