Free pattern: Felt owl ornament

feltowlornamentJessica from Juicy Bits shares a free pattern for this little felt owl ornament.  Make a bunch of them for your Christmas tree, and Santa will say “Hoo! Hoo! Hoo!” this year.  Or maybe he’ll ask, “Hooo’s been naughty and hoooo’s been nice?”  Or perhaps he’ll sing, “Owl be home for Christmas.”  Get the free pattern.

[photo from Juicy Bits]

[tags]sewing, tutorial, pattern, felt, owl, ornament, Christmas[/tags]

Comments

  1. says

    You should be able to just right-click on the link to the pattern (at Juicy Bits blog) and save it down to your computer. It’s a PDF file, which tend to be large. If you just click the link to open it in your browser, your browser may be timing out. Try downloading it to your computer before opening. If that doesn’t work, you may want to contact the designer for help. –Anne

  2. Heleina says

    Where is a good place to buy felt? I’ve been to Michael’s, Joann Fabrics, and Hobby Lobby but they don’t have an extensive collection of colors. I’ve looked at the American Felt and Craft website and they seem to have a good selection. But wanted to see if you have any other suggestions. Thanks!

  3. says

    Helaina, I get most of my felt from old blankets, so I don’t know offhand the name of a good source for purchasing. Perhaps another reader has some advice? –Anne

  4. Pandora says

    I love the owls. I made one and it looked really cute. I called it squishy owl because it is quite squishy. I used red felt for the body, orange for the underneath eyes and the wings, white {obviously} for the eyes, green for the belly, dark green for the beack, brown beads for the middle of the eyes and I dry felted the patern on the belly. It looked realy great and best of all it’s hand made!
    Thanks!

  5. Deanna says

    When you make these do you sew them right sides together or is it blanket stich only ?

  6. Gail Bawal says

    Want the owl pattern Went to Juciy website – go access there either. Could you please email it to me?

  7. Cremella says

    Thanks for the great owl pattern. I used it @ with my high students, they loved making the owl.

  8. leslie apps says

    Thanks for the pattern. I want to make a friend a bag for her birthday and she adores owls, this pattern is brilliant, I’ll be able to use the pattern as a motif and fancy it up with sequins. Thanks again.

  9. says

    Thank you so much for the pattern. Iam actually going to sew some on to a hot water bottle for my daughter. I have plans to make some for the tree too as all our decorations need to be two year old friendly for my son.

  10. QuiltinKat says

    Your owl pattern is adorable, I plan to make it for my 32 yr-old son, he still requests a homemade ornament each year and I love that he does.

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