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Little Owl Plush Buddies

By: To Sew With Love

These cute little guys will make your loved ones happy.  Little owl plush buddies are the softest, most adorable stuffed animals that can liven any home, desk or anybody!  Put them anywhere you want, people will be asking how you always find the best plush doll patterns.
 

Little Owl Plush Buddies
 

 Materials:

  • Two pieces of cloth for your owl's body.
  • Felt for the eye pieces, beak, buttons for the eyes (do not use buttons if you're making it as a baby's toy) Wings, embellishments (optional)
  • Owl Pattern

Instructions:

  1. Print out the pattern and cut out the cloth pieces according to the pattern.
     
  2. Cut out felt for the eyes, and other owl body parts.
     
  3. Using iron-on adhesive like bonda-web, fix each piece on one of your owl body's fabric by following the manufacturer's instructions so it would keep in place as we sew each piece on.

    Little Owl Plush Buddies
     
  4. Sew your owl's wings and the embellishment. (Try to set your machine's velocity to the slowest if you'd like to have nice stitches.)
     
  5. Sew on the eyes and the beak.
     
  6. Pin both fabrics together, right sides together.  Sew straight stitches 1/4" away from the edge, leaving 2" unsewn so you could turn your plushie later. You could also sew zigzag stitches to prevent the edges from fraying.

    Little Owl Plush Buddies
     
  7. Turn it inside-out. You can add hair accessories for your owl, too!
     
  8. Fill it with polyfill and sew close the opening by hand.
     
  9. After filling, sew up the opening and you're done.

    Little Owl Plush Buddies

 

 

 


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So cute and owls are really the rage for stuffed animals and decor! This is also a great way to use up fabric scraps, and you could even piece smaller scraps together to accommodate the pattern pieces needed especially for the wings. You could even add some fabric in the back for so,e cute tail feathers! For a baby, insert I side in the middle a small rattle so the little owl can talk to your little one! Very clever! )

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