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Owl Pattern - Ornament or Embellishment

$6.45

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This is a PDF file (4.32 MB) with all the instructions and patterns for you to handcraft a felt owl embellishment and/or ornament. ****************************************IMPORTANT*************************************** Due to new VAT regulations, this listing is not available for EU countries starting January 1, 2015. Although the item can be added to the shopping cart, the payment on PayPal will not go through. Sorry for the inconvenience! *********************************************************************************************** ***PLEASE NOTE that this item is a digital file, NOT a finished product. Due to the digital nature of this item, all sales are final. Thanks! The pattern is provided in two ready-to-print sizes: * Smaller pattern that will make a felt owl measuring approximately 3 1/8" tall x 2 3/8" wide, the perfect size for a brooch project. * Larger size pattern to make a felt owl that measures 4 1/4" tall x 3 1/8" wide approximately. This piece can be used as an embellishment or an ornament to decorate a garland, lamp, purse, key chain, door knob, piece of garment, Christmas tree etc. The instructions given in this tutorial apply for both the embellishment and the ornament versions, with only small variations that will be explained in detail. You will get: 1. List of materials and tools 2. Twenty three pages with more than 55 digital images to make each step easy to follow and understand 3. Instructions that will take you step-by-step through the handcrafting process in the easiest way possible 4. Basic stitching guide 5. Patterns ready to print in 2 sizes 6. Some tips to make your work easier and more efficient Level of difficulty ->Low to moderate Language -> English To make this owl you will need some sewing and embroidery skills and a few materials and tools like felt in 6 colors, embroidery thread, embroidery scissors, felt glue, sewing needle etc. Your computer will need a PDF reader in order to see this file. If it doesn't have it, you can download one for free here: www.adobe.com/reader COPYRIGHT INFORMATION: *You may sell the pieces you make with this tutorial as long as you do it through your online shop or any other small scale business. Mass producing this design is expressly prohibited. *Please give design credit to Casa Magubako in your listing descriptions when selling the pieces made using this tutorial. *You may not take credit for this design. *You may not copy, resell or distribute this tutorial or any parts of it. All text, pictures and illustrations are exclusive property of Casa Magubako. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sewing and embroidery skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Smaller owl: approximately 3 1/8" tall x 2 3/8" wide Larger owl: approximately 4 1/4" tall x 3 1/8" wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • felt, embroidery floss, scissors, needle etc
  • ribbon, felt glue etc

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Casa Magubako
Casa Magubako
I am a stay at home mom that loves to design and make little creatures in felt. I have so many designs that I decided to share them with other felt lovers in the form of digital patterns. I will be gradually adding more of my tutorials, so please check back often. ***IMPORTANT NEWS FOR CUSTOMERS FROM EU COUNTRIES*** Sadly I had to suspend all sales to customers who reside in any country that is a member of the EU, starting January 1, 2015. This is due to new VAT regulations that I am unable to comply with at the moment. I am hopeful that things will get sorted out and there will be a simpler way for small business owners like me to comply with these rules, but until then I will not be able to do business with any EU customers. Thanks for your understanding, you will be surely missed! :( I just joined Facebook and I invite you to visit my page to find out about discounts, giveaways and new projects: https://www.facebook.com/casamagubako Thanks!