Owl Family Felt Ornament Patterns

Hannah and I have had great fun making these little owl ornaments to decorate our Christmas gift bags this year. For those of you looking for a fun felt project, I’ve put these in a pattern for you to download. Happy sewing!

Click here to Download the Downeast Thunder Farm Owl Family Felt Ornament Pattern

free felt owl ornament pattern

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5 Responses to Owl Family Felt Ornament Patterns

  1. Mille mercis pour ces jolies idées!!!! very very nice.
    j’adore!

  2. Sandra Wilson says:

    Down East Thunder Farm, Susan,
    Thank you so much for the bird patterns. My only grandchild lives in Australia and loves owls and chickens, these small felt birds are prefect gifts for a 2 year old to receive in the mail. Thank you again!

  3. Margaret Hart says:

    Four Roo owls, one mama owl, and one daddy owl later and I’m already looking forward to making more of these delightful creatures. Thank you for sharing with us.

  4. Jeanne Prue says:

    These are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. Kate says:

    I love your owls – thank you for sharing!

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