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Very cute. I'm new, what is a thrum?
Thrums are the 'fringe' of warp threads left on the loom after the cloth has been removed. While strictly speaking short pieces, the term is also used loosely beyond weaving for odds and ends of leftover yarn whether or not multiple short pieces. Unspun wisps of fleece or roving knit into a project to increase warmth are also called thrums.
Did you figure out this lovely little idea and design on your own? I'm really impressed by the realism of these birds!
I found several instructions and video tutorials by searching the Internet. Search words - yarn birds. Sally's are personality plus.
I want one! Always save my thrums and have used for Laura Frys mug rug pattern. Now something else awesome to make. Drats! Now I must wait for new thrums to accumulate (kinda chucked some good stuff as I packed to move!)