Little Owls

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Introduction: Little Owls

About: An art studio teaching children art and craft. We sell our completed products in Etsy. https://www.etsy.com/shop/JEEoliver

Three little owls in my gardn. A very simple, just few steps of owl-making. Print out the attachment and photocopy it to the size you want. They look adorable. If you wish to have one, please visit my etsy shop. https://www.etsy.com/shop/JEEoliver?ref=si_shop

Step 1: Print & Cut the Pattern

Print the pattern to the size  you want or photocopy.

Step 2: Cut the Fabric

Cut the fabric according to the pattern.

Step 3: Sew

Sew with hand or machine. Sew one of the sides.

Step 4: Sew

Sew the other side.

Step 5: Turn Over

Turn it over to the right side of the fabric.

Step 6: Wool or Polyester Stuffing

Insert the wool or polyester stuffing.

Step 7: Sew

Sew the bottom part.

Step 8: Fold & Sew

Fold the tip of the cone & sew it with hemstitch.

Step 9: Legs (Felt)

Cut a piece of felt for the owl's leg

Step 10: Legs

Sew it at the bottom.

Step 11: Wiggle Eyes

Stick the wiggle eyes to get a complete owl.

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31 Discussions

So so so so so so so cute

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lleah

4 years ago

So cute!

My daughter thought they were so cute, I had to make one for her. I used buttons for eyes. Here is a pic. http://db.tt/5uz7zd19

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I dont have special website for the pattern, if you really want it, can you give me ur email address or facebook, then I send it to you directly...

I made some of these for my niece. She LOVED them! I can't sew worth a damn right now though, so I used fabric glue instead for the most part. Worked out quite well!
Here they are, hanging out with her "Wolf".
http://i.imgur.com/AIwb2cA.jpg

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do you have facebook? if do, i would like to add you and share your photo. Thanks~~~, ya... fabric glue is easier than sewing, furthermore, it saves time too... wait for your good news then!!