Ollie the Owl doorstop or stuffed toy

from Jo Leatherland Designs

Ollie the Owl doorstop or stuffed toy Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to follow a basic pattern; sew straight and curved lines; use Bondaweb

Pattern Description:

I love owls and this pattern began as a bit of fun several years ago. I liked Ollie so much that I tweaked and adapted him until the pattern become what it is today. The pattern has been tried and tested by many people who also loved making him. It is amazing how unique each owl turns out and how many end up being named. One friend liked him so much she had to make him a friend.

I hope you enjoy making Ollie as much as I have.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The finished owl is 22cm tall


  • 90x50cm main fabric
  • 1/4m co-ordinating fabric for feet, eyes and under wings
  • 4x9cm white/cream fabric for inner eyes
  • 15x9cm fabric for beak
  • 8x25cm Bondaweb
  • sewing machine thread
  • 1m hand sewing embroidery thread
  • 2 buttons
  • 100-300g toy stuffing
  • 1kg bag of rice (optional)
  • sewing machine
  • pins, needles, scissors iron, point turner, sellotape

About Designer

About Designer

Jo Leatherland on craftsy.com

I have loved making things for as long as I can remember, often the messier the better. My grandma passed on to me her love of sewing and I now wish to pass that on to a generation, who hasn't grown up being taught to sew.

My pattern designs often start out as gifts for friends and family. They are then tweaked and tested out by friends until I am sure that are clear enough to pass on.

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