Great Horned Owl Felt Ornament

We share our property with a great horned owl. On nights when the window is open and I’m doing my 2:30 a.m. night owl routine, I can often hear her “who-who-who.” Despite my searching, I’ve yet to spy this elusive critter.

This little felt owl may be the closest I get to a great horned owl anytime soon. I’ve added her to my collection of bird ornament patterns.

My felt great horned owl

You can download the pattern here. If you end up making one, I’d love to see it. Comment with a link to the photo of your owl.

My felt great horned owl pattern

Update: the owl created double-sided.

Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl

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6 Responses to Great Horned Owl Felt Ornament

  1. Kitty Hensley says:

    I would like to buy 2 finished great horned owl ornaments that were made from your pattern. Would you know anyone who could make them for me?
    Thank you.

    • Susan says:

      Kitty, my copyright doesn’t allow people to sell works created from my patterns for personal profit. I do permit folks to sell them to raise funds for non-profit organizations. However, I don’t know of anyone specific that I is doing this, so I cannot recommend anyone to you.

  2. Marie says:

    I can not tell you enough how blessed I felt to find your site and see all these bird patterns. I am Cherokee and of the bird clan and could never find patterns for the birds in my yard and in my life. Thank you for sharing them. Marie

  3. Jean Froggatt says:

    Hello, My cousin runs a UK charity called Hack Back and she has owls that she takes round to people with special needs in schools, hospitals, etc. I have offered to do some knitting and craft work to help her raise funds and wondered if it would be possible for me to use your felt owl templates. Thank you.

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