The Fearless Eastern Screech Owl

I started my collection of bird ornaments with an owl last December, so it only seems fitting that I finish out the year with an owl. This diminutive Screech Owl is my new favorite felt ornament so far!

Eastern Screech Owl Felt Ornament

Right click to here and select “Save target as” to save this PDF pattern to your computer. If you make this little owl, remember, pictures are always welcome!

eastern screech owl felt ornament

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7 Responses to The Fearless Eastern Screech Owl

  1. Alisa Beatty says:

    I’m becoming repetitive in my comments on your blog, but can’t thank you enough for these wonderful patterns. This one is gorgeous!

  2. Lou says:

    Your generosity in sharing your patterns for all to use is just wonderful! Thank you so much!!

  3. lina says:

    Thank you so very much for sharing all this wonderful patterns. I have been unable to walk since Oct. 12 and was getting depressed, but your little bird patterns have given me a big lift to keep going and get stronger. I love making them and giving them a gifts. God Bless you for giving this senior a big lift.

    • Susan says:

      Lina, I am humbled that these little ornaments have brought you so much pleasure. I don’t know what life has thrown your way, but I’m so glad that making my birds has brightened your day. All the best to you.

  4. michelle frati says:

    After sending you a note of thanks and making a request for a Screech Owl Pattern, I discovered your page of archived patterns. So excited to have found the little owl! Thank you!
    As always, I am reminded that my crafting skills are somewhat more advanced than my computer skills. LOL

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