Cute Owl applique and tutorial

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Cute Owl applique and tutorial Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • detailed cutting of small pieces
  • You need to be able to control the speed of the sewing machine if attaching applique via sewing machine

Pattern Description:

Hoot hoot! Want a cute applique to spice up your child's wardrobe, bookbag, or tote? This is the owl for you!

This is a pattern to make the owl applique as well as a tutorial. It will walk you through how to put the applique together and how to sew it. If you have a programmable electronic cutter I will send you the SVG file for free along with this pattern just see the instructions at the bottom of this area!

Since you can have control of the fabrics you use this can be a girl or boy owl! Finished dimensions of the owl are 4"x4" but since its a printable pattern you can control the size by printing it smaller or bigger!

* Pattern includes detailed Step by Step directions with photos
* This pattern is to be printed out with no page scaling (at 100%)
* If you would like the SVG file - please email me at soubelles@gmail.com
I will email it to you after verifying purchase of this pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • the finished dimensions of the owl are: 4" x 4" {but since its a printed pattern you can choose to make it bigger or smaller- its up to you}

Materials:

  • detailed scissors
  • double sided fusible interfacing
  • scrap fabric
  • coordinating thread
  • iron
  • printer

About Designer

About Designer

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by Soubelles
Denver, Colorado
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My first project was sewing an outfit for barbie with the help of my mom and a sewing machine! I was 5!

Both my grandmothers were seamstresses, so I guess it runs in my blood.

I have always had a love and passion for pattern making. I even took
several pattern making classes in college. I enjoy creating what doesn't yet exist and improving what already does exist.

I have an old school ...

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