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Don't give a hoot

Added Dec 10, 2009

by ashchaser

Nashville, Tenne...






After seeing the multitude of Owls being created on here lately I had to do it myself to go with the cookies I usually make for friends this season. At first I made about 10 out of 2 pairs of scrap fabric, then 5 more for my sister’s tree in Chicago (her 2nd Christmas there alone) out of other scraps and they tuned out wonderful!
I know these aren’t unusually cute, because I go “aww” every time I see another version uploaded here, but I tried to make these as unique as possible with different combinations of fabric, eyes, and noses. I hope my friends like them!

Material Notes

silk, courderoy, flannel, calico, satin, buttons, embroidery thread all into adorable pets!



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Garment Type
Classic, Geek, Mod, Other
Corduroy, Cotton, Blends, Flannel, Knits/Jersey, Linen, Silk

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    Dec 11, 2009, 01.04 AMby ashchaser

    Thanks! I also didn’t follow the instructions very well and messed up on the nose stitches, yet it actually turned out better than before so I kept on

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    Dec 11, 2009, 12.27 AMby ladysophie

    Cute cute! Im making some now. Im scared they wont look good though. Im not following the instructions. But yours look fab! Good work.

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    Dec 10, 2009, 11.36 PMby xnickerxje

    Well, I am saying “awwww” to yours! I love the “personalities” that are created by different fabrics and slight tweaks to the pattern. They look FAB in a group. What an impact.

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