If he were human, he'd be a gang of one. He does not play well with others.
But he laughs and chatters with the other birds all day, loves his food, and has a good life other than his anger management issues.
He's 20 years old. I've had him half of my life. I got him when I was 20, knowing fully well that it would be forever. I'm going to outrock him in 40 years!
Knowing his sarcastic wit, he'll probably do a dance, rap, and then make a sarcastic comment while calling one of the dogs as I pass away rocking.
The next set of wings I sewed up were the Felt Wings (also Rebecca Page).
You can either get just the Felt Wings Pattern, OR the best value is the Felt Dress Up Sewing Pattern pack, which includes the Felt: Crown & Wand, Animal Masks, Flowers, and Wings.
Again, another pattern with easy to follow instructions and great for playtime or a costume (or if you just like to walk around the house with wings on).
I used inherited felt for this pattern, and they turned out amazing.
The feathers have 4 different feather type options, and I opted for the more feathery shape. The other shapes definitely lean more towards other creatures like dragons, dinosaurs, fairies, and more!
These are much quicker to sew up (less feathers), and attached just on the arms via elastic or ties. Great for those who don't like to be enclosed in a hooded cape.
So if you don't mind watching some Netflix while cutting dozens of felt or fabric feathers, the rest of the patterns is relatively quick and simple.
I love these as an adult, and would of loved them as a kid!
These would also make amazing Hallowe'en costumes, especially the Capetastic, as they provide some warmth - at least here it's always chilly, so having a breathable self made costume would be able to truly showcase your little one's costumes without the need for a coat.
Get your Capetastic pattern here.
Get your Felt Wings Pattern here.
Go all out and Get your Felt Dress Up Pack Here.
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