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Sock Owl Mobile


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Make your own adorable Sock Owl Mobile with this pattern. The pattern comes as a PDF (digital file) format and includes complete instructions, diagrams and material list. Patterns are very easy to follow for experienced crafters and beginners alike, taking you step-by-step through making each little owl and assembling them all onto the mobile. This project can be done completely with hand sewing or with a combination of machine sewing and some hand stitching. You can also make single owls of any size with this pattern, simply use a bigger sock to make a bigger owl - wing and eye pattern pieces are included from baby to adult size socks. ----------------------------- As Featured in Frankie Magazine: "There's plenty of crafty inspiration to be had over at Craft Schmaft. Blogger Claire has a thing for making toys out of socks - just have a look at how cute this owl mobile is! " ----------------------------- SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Each owl measures about 12-15cm high (approx 5").

Supplies Needed

  • Four socks {baby size 6-18mths}
  • Felt for wings and eyes {approx 10 x 12"}
  • Fabric for wings {approx 12 x 8"}

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Craft Schmaft (Claire Waring)
Craft Schmaft (Claire Waring)
Hello! I'm an avid crafter, softie and fabric designer living in Sydney, Australia. What started out as a hobby, my blog Craft Schmaft turned into a business in 2009. Since then I've hung up my ad agency Creative Director boots and launched a series of sewing patterns, craft kits and fabric panels that are sold all over the world. I've always loved creating things by hand and the best part of my job is that I can now inspire others to be creative too. To me crafting isn't just about stitching and stuffing... it's making happy.