Stuffed Owl PDF Pattern
Finished owl measures approximately 6.5×6.5 inches.
DOWNLOAD HERE:ξStuffed Owl Pattern
Hope I did it right!! It???s my first time figuring out how to attach a PDF. The pattern should fill your entire 8.5×11 sheet of paper right up to the edges. If there are any issues leave a comment and I???ll get ???er fixed.
- Fabric scraps
- Sewing machine
- Needle and thread
- Fusible webbing (These are the two that I use. You only need one.)
- Iron and ironing board
- Pellon Wonder Under– must sew around theξperimeter
- Thermo Web Heat n??? BondξNo Sew– if you don???t want to sew the pieces down
Print your pattern and cut out the pieces. You???ll need two of everything except the beak.
Pick out your fabrics. Trace and cut out the front and back of your owl. I made the back of my owls the same fabric as the wings.
The rest of the pattern pieces trace on the smooth paper side of your fusible webbing. Cut out around the pieces and iron them on to your fabric selections. Follow the directions on the back of the package.
Start with the wings. Match them up to the outside edge of the owls body. If they don???t match perfectly no big deal. You won???t be able to tell once you???ve sewn around the owl body at the end.Next attach the back layer of the eyes (I did them in green). I then layered the second layer (white) of the eyes and sewed only on the second layer. Once you???ve sewn down the wings and eyes add the feet, the third layer of the eye (black), and the feet. Sew them all down. *You can also use the ???No Sew??? Heat n??? Bond if you prefer to not sew each layer down.
Pin the front of your owl and the back together with the back side of the fabrics showing. Sew a 1/4 inch seam around your owl leaving an opening at the bottom for turning and stuffing.
Turn your owl right side out. Make sure to use a pencil orξsome otherξpointy object to push the ears out. Stuff him and then sew your opening shut.
When you are done your kids will look like this.