Scrappy Hoot Owl - Stuffed animal Bird sewing pattern & tutorial | softie | stuffie | fabric toy | DIY project

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Scrappy Hoot Owl - Sewing pattern & Tutorial

Finished size: 8" (20cm) tall, without including his leg

I made these hoot owls from several different fabric scraps, which included wool, corduroy, cotton, jersey, blending, etc. It's really fun! As long as you have basic sewing skills, you can make the same cute owl for youself! It's also the prefect gift for a kid.

Please NOTE this is a PDF FILE ONLY and not a finished product. No returns and refunds for pattern purchase.

You can sell the finished products made from this pattern, but do not resell or share it.

This downloaded file (PDF, 15pages) includes:
- Full size pattern
- A list of materrial requitments
- A tutorial provides step by step instructions and colour photos
- A guide on how to use pattern

Material required:
- 3 sheets of A4 size card paper for printing pattern
- 5-8 coordinating fabric scraps, any type
- White felt for the eyes
- 2 tiny black beads for the eyeballs
- Scraps of quilt batting for interlining
- Stuffing
- Matching thread

Tools required:
- Fabric marking pen
- Hand sewing needle
- Scissors
- Awl
- Pins
- Tweezers for help with turning and stuffing
- Printer
- Sewing machine

This pattern will be available for instant download when your purchase is confirmed.
Once you have downloaded this file, you can print the pattern with A4 paper on your printer at home and follow the instructions to make this project.

You must have a PDF READER on your computer to open and print this pattern. If you don’t have installed it, I suggest you to download and install the ADOBE READER here:

Average review
As always, an awesome pattern that results in an adorable animal! These patterns will not disappoint, this is not my first and definitely won’t be my last!
May 25, 2018 by Brittany Tribou
Great in every way. Thank you.
Mar 13, 2018 by Hedy mcclelland
This pattern made the bird feet and beak in a unique way. Many photos given, however when cutting and sewing this pattern, you need to be about perfect. If not you will run into trouble. You can not be a little bit off. Cut fabric accuratly, sew seams exactly 1/4 inch, use a marking pencil as needed. I used safety eyes. Made two and they were very cute. Would upload my photo if I knew how.
Jan 20, 2018 by Micki
Jan 6, 2018 by Joannie Brinkman
Great pattern! Thanks a lot!!
Oct 26, 2017 by Stephanie Thomas

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