Sewing pattern for wall Flamingo

A pink wall flamingo bird to sew

This item is for a sewing pattern. For a finished wall flamingo:

This PDF pattern is a downloadable pattern that will be available as soon as you purchase it.

A complet list of all the material needed to make the bird is included in the very detailed pattern. All of which are easily found in a craft and a fabric store.

The pattern is full size, no scaling needed. Just make sure the scale is 100% before printing, cut, sew! Size finished flamingo is 33cm / 13" x 20cm/ 8". Skill level: Intermediate

The tutorial has a lot of detailed photos included to help you with every step.

I'd love to see your creations! Buy a pattern and make a flamingo, then share it using #patternateliercaroline

Atelier Caroline patterns are for personal use only.


  • Lots of photos , *Very detailed instructions , *Suitable for intermadiate sewers

Materials you need at home:

  • Fabrics, finding, material and tools , , Fabric for the body and wing (1/3 yarn) + thread , White jersey for the beak and legs (1/4 yarn) + thread , , Polyfill , Gold beads for the eyes (size around Seed Beads 8/0 or 8º , 2.5 mm) , Black permanent marker or paint + brush , 2 white Pipe cleaners , Brooch pin back (about 1in) , Scissors , Pliers , Fabric tracer or pencil , Pins and needles , Loop turner (very useful to turn the legs)
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Caroline Lefebvre

I learned to sew at 5 with an industrial sewing machine, in a house always full of fabric, no pattern in sight.

My head is always full of ides and my heart forever wanting to explore everything creative. I know one day, I would have an online shop. That day finally came in 2012.

I continuously explore and learn new skills: photography, drawing, watercolors, crochet, etc. And I constantly find sites that offer designers different services or materials inspiring me to grow my "want (need!) to do one day" lis. In short, I am and always will be a creativity butterfly

J'ai appris à coudre à 5 ans, dans une maison toujours pleine de tissus, avec une machine à coudre industrielle et sans patron! Ce qui est une excellente recette pour apprendre à créer sans peur. Ma tête est toujours pleine d'idées et que ma curiosité pour les nouvelles techniques est sans limite, vendre mes propres design était tout naturel. En novembre 2012, après avoir fabriqué une mini collection de foulards circulaires, j'ai finalement publié mon premier article dans ma boutique en ligne.

Je continue à explorer et apprendre de nouvelles techniques: la photographie, le dessin, l'aquarelle, le crochet, etc. Et je découvre très régulièrement de nouveaux fournisseurs de services et de matériaux qui ouvrent des portes à de nouvelles possibilités que je mets dans ma liste "à faire un jour". Bref, je suis, et serai toujours un papillon de créativité.

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