Cut out a front and back owl body shape from light and dark tweed fabric.
Cut out the owl's face shape using the lighter tweed to the front of your owl.
Cut out two large circles from white fleece for the eyes and pin them in place on to the face shape.
Sew around the outside of the eyes.
Pin the owl face to the front of the owl body.
Sew in place.
Iron interfacing on the back of all of your floral fabric scraps - this will stop it from fraying.
Draw around the nose template on to the interfacing side of the floral fabric.
Cut the nose out and pin in between the eyes.
Sew in place with a zig-zag stitch.
Draw around the feather template on to the lighter tweed fabric.
Cut out a big pile of tweedy feathers. You'll need lots and lots of these.
Layer the feathers up on the owl in the shape of a wing.
Cut out some contrasting feathers from your floral fabric, and place these throughout the wing, tucking them under the tweed feathers.
Cut out two smaller circles of floral fabric for the inner eyes.
Row by row, sew all the feathers in place.
Place two large black buttons on top and sew in place.
Sew lots of small pearly buttons on the owl's tummy for decoration.
Right sides facing, place the back body piece on top of the front and pin around the edges.
Sew around the outline of the owl, leaving a few inches unstitched and the very bottom.
Turn the owl right side out, making sure to get it's ears all unfolded.
Fill with stuffing until the owl becomes a comfy cushion.
Fold the bottom unstitched edge under and sew closed.
All done! Pop the owl on your bed...
or on the sofa. They're great to cuddle up with when watching movies.