I love sewing and making up my own sewing patterns. When my two nieces were born, I knew I wanted to make them something cute to play with, so after some brainstorming, I decided to make them adorable twin owls. I drew up my own pattern and got to sewing. They were a bit time consuming to make, but I enjoyed the process of using multiple techniques like hand-applique and embroidery.
These Owl Plushies would make great gifts or party favors for an owl-themed birthday. Simply add a custom tag in the Woodland Owl style to each plushie!
- Owl plushie pattern (download for free at Adventures-In-Making.com)
- Cotton fabrics (I used 3 different fabrics for the body, belly and wings. Plus yellow for the legs and feet and white for the eyes. I purchased fat quarters of each and had more than enough to work with)
- Black embroidery floss
- Cotton stuffing
- Needle & thimble
Visit Adventures-In-Making.com for the full tutorial and free sewing pattern.
Used In This Project:
- Small Heart Hang Tags • I chose the “Woodland Owl” style in pink.
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