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Owl Plush tutorial and pattern.
I just dreamed this up one day. I reccomend using a sewing machine, but you can sew it by hand. If you are more experienced than me, yours will look better than mine. The pattern is attached in two parts. I'm sorry I don't have any pictures for the tutorial, but posting the pattern online didn't come to me when I was making my owl.

Posted by HannahMLovesMeow from Christmas Valley, Oregon, United States • Published
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  • Step 1

    Cut out all the peices: The 'eye black' and 'eye white' are pretty self-explanitory, and so is the 'ear pink',. The 'eye color', 'wing', and 'body' can be any color you like. Remember to add a seam allowance to the wing and body, you will be putting stuffing in those. The beak should be yellow. Use a patterned t-shirt for the belly.

  • Step 2

    Sew the body peices together wrong side up (WS on the pattern), then turn them inside out. Do the same thing with the wings. When you are done, you should have a body and two wings. Make sure to leave a small hole big enough to put stuffing in.

  • Step 3

    Stuff the body and wings with the polyester fill, then hand sew the holes shut with a secret stich. (If you don't know how to secret stich, use a whipstich instead).

  • Step 4

    Sew the wings onto the body. When you are done, your project should look like an owl with his/her wings spred out (without the facial features, of course).

  • Step 5

    Use the hot glue or fabric glue to glue the remaining features in place. The belly on the lower part of the owl, and the eye peices in this order: White, color, black.

  • Step 6

    Enjoy your new owl. Give it a name. Keep it of give it as a gift. Be sure to take a picture and share your version!

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