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Ollie the Owl

$6.50

Skill Level

Beginner

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Pattern Details

Hoot, Hoot Hooray! Your little darling will fall in love with this fun friend! It is the perfect size for any little guy or girl and the eye construction makes this stuffie is the perfect for all ages! There are no loose parts or choking hazards to worry about. And if you like the style, you may also be interested in the matching backpack. Pattern is perfect for Reclaiming your child's favorite clothing or even that special blanket that has been really "loved". It will turn any special outfit into a "keepsake". You will recieve an electronic PDF file that will include a material list, step by step instructions and how to photos for you to create your own owl. What our customers are saying about The Sewing Loft Patterns: ~Awesome, quick and easy, thanks. ~Love the tutorial. I cannot wait to make some of these for my niece. ~great tutorial!! Purchase of this pattern does not grant permission to transfer of copyright or license for commercial usage. This pattern is for personal use only, You may not sell items made using this pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS measures finishes 16" tall x 7" wide at bottom.

Recommended with this pattern

  • fat quarter main fabric
  • contrast fabric for eyes, ears, mask, beak & belly (great for using scraps)
  • 1/8 yd for legs

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Heather is the creative inspiration behind The Sewing Loft. Her mission is to inspire people to think outside of the box with projects that keep the 3 R's in mind: Reduce, Reclaim, Recraft. She loves sharing her skills with others and believes in mixing fresh ideas with something old is the perfect recipe to create new fun! For more projects, ideas and tutorials, visit her website, www.thesewingloftblog.com. You can contact her at heather@thesewingloft.com.