Whooo's There?

from SarahRose Quilts

Whooo's There? Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Machine Applique
  • Basic knowledge of machine piecing

Pattern Description:

Can you guess Whooo's There? A bunch of cute little owls hiding amongst a forest of trees, that's whooo!!

I've always had a love for owls and as I was designing these little guys to add character to my website I thought they were just tooooo cute not to make a quilt from! If you love machine applique as much as I do, this pattern is for you! Use machine applique to build your lovable owls and use your knowledge of traditional piecing techniques for the trees!

This quilt would be a real hoot for anyone to cozy up with!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 54" x 71"


  • Assorted Prints for Owl Appliques and Pieced Outer Border - 8 Fat Quarters and 5 Half Yards
  • Background - 2 2/3 yd
  • Light Green for Tree Tops - 1/3 yd
  • Medium Green for Tree Bottoms - 5/8 yd
  • Brown for Tree Trunks - 1/4 yd
  • Yellow for Beaks and Feet - 1/4 yd
  • White for Eyes - 1/4 yd
  • Black for Eye Centers - 1/8 yd
  • Inner Border - 1/2 yd
  • Binding - 1/2 yd
  • Backing - 3 1/2

You Will Also Need:

  • Fusible Web - 2 1/2 yds
  • Thread to coordinate with fabric for topstitching machine appliques.

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi! My name is Sarah (or SarahRose if you're familiar with my patterns).
I'm an avid quilter and have been sewing since my foot could reach pedal of my grandmother's machine. I've worked at a quilt store in Sunnyvale, CA for the last 9 years of my life and loved every minute of it. I double as a web and graphic designer when I'm not busy buried in bins of fabric and making new patterns for all ...

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