Feathery Felt Barn Owl Ornament

This little barn owl is my favorite felt ornament yet. With individual feathers and buttons for eyes, I can imaging her perching on the barn rafters. If we had a barn.

Felt Barn Owl Ornament

Click here to download the pattern. If you make this little owl, please comment with a link to a picture!

Felt Barn Owl Ornament

Update: the owl created double-sided with felt eyes.

Barn Owl

Barn Owl

 

 

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18 Responses to Feathery Felt Barn Owl Ornament

  1. jenni says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your designs, not sure where to start but I think the owls will look great on a cushion along with trees, beads, and brooches! Thanks again your designs are great.

  2. Sara says:

    I just came across your blog through Pinterest. I LOVE these felt bird ornaments. Thank you for sharing your patterns! I haven’t made one yet, but I will soon and I’m sure my daughter will want to try one as well. Lovely!

  3. Trish says:

    You are kind to share your patterns! Thank you so much.

  4. Kathryn says:

    This owl is stunning! I’m going to make some of your birds to use with a bird theme storytime here at the library. They will be adorable flannelboard pieces for some rhymes and maybe a “Which One is Missing?” game. Thanks for sharing so generously.

    • Susan says:

      Kathryn, using these in your library for story time is my favorite use of the patterns yet. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing.

  5. Anna Mette says:

    I love your bird-ornaments, and this one migth be my favorite. Sadly I havn’t had time to make them yet, but I’m looking foreward to it.

  6. Wendy says:

    What a wonderful barn owl I know someone who would love it 🙂

  7. Myrna Skogland says:

    What lovely little bird ornaments. I plan to make a christmas wreath with these little sweeties. Thanks so much.

    Myrna

  8. Hey there,
    I don’t know how to post a picture of the owls we made, but I’ll send you an email. I made these with the kids that come for storytime at the library. I enlarged the pattern a bit, we used fun foam rather then felt, and no sewing only gluing, 🙂 but the basic pattern was the same. Great pattern, thanks so much!

  9. Nan says:

    I love these little birds. I’m going to make them with a magnet inside for my grandson to use on the fridge. He’ll love them!

  10. Margaret Hart says:

    Thank you for Feathery Felt Barn Owl. He just flew across the street to my neighbor’s tree in her living room. His warm-blooded version lives in her palm tree. Thank you for sharing your gift.

  11. Misty LaJean Posey says:

    these are so cute! love your patterns. I’ve printed off a few to do this weekend, can’t wait! Thank you!

  12. Lynnmt says:

    Thank you so much for the patterns! The felt birds will be PERFECT for the tree in my 4K classroom when we talk about animals that can be found in a tree.

  13. Joanne Riley says:

    I love this blog – Thank you so much for the tutorials. I made my friend the barn owl for her Birthday card and she loved it. You can see it on my blog if you would like 🙂

    http://60degreesofinspiration.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/three-very-different-owl-cards.html

  14. Jenny Steel says:

    Thanks so much for your wonderful patterns. I’m starting to make felt ornaments for fundraising and these are lovely.

  15. Ottilia Szemeti says:

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful pattern. I am simply interested in barn owls. I think they are peculiar and wonderful birds.
    I was looking for cross stitch patterns about them when I found your work. I would like to make an owl.

  16. Lisa Rigg says:

    Thank you for this barn owl pattern, both my girls are in Scouts and our local group is the 1st Marske & New Marske Barn Owls (North East UK). I will be putting this design as pride of place in the centre of their camp blankets.

    Thank you so much for sharing.

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