“Hoot” the Barred Owl at Downeast Thunder Farm

After the excitement of my first owl sighting earlier in the week, it was only natural that my next bird pattern would be a Barred Owl, also affectionately known as the Hoot Owl.

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Right click here and select “Save target as” to download this Barred Owl (pdf) pattern to your computer. If you make this little guy, comment with a link to a photo!

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Update: here’s the owl in gray and created double-sided.

Barred Owl

Barred Owl

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4 Responses to “Hoot” the Barred Owl at Downeast Thunder Farm

  1. Brenda Boyd says:

    Susan, your patterns are fantastic – thank you so much for sharing them! We had a barred owl in the yard this year in late summer/early fall, but we could only hear it – we never got to see it, and identified it by that crazy hooting. I can’t wait to see one in person someday – until then, I’ll keep a felt one on the mantel for inspiration!

    • sjbennett says:

      You’re welcome! I long to see another one. I hear them, especially this time of year at night. I’ll sometimes leave my window open a crack and wake up to their hooting.

  2. The witch says:

    Wow,
    Just found your wonderful site.
    Love the owl patterns, you are so kind to share.
    I think I’ll have my work cut out trying to do a few of these for Christmas this year.

  3. Debbie Pickard...aka Oma. says:

    Just found your wonderful site and the amazing patterns. You definitely have a God given talent. Will try and make one of the chickens…it won’t be as good as yours I’m sure. Just got 4 baby chicks today and more is coming. Chickens make me think of my grandmothers…and their yards full of all colors. Thanks again for sharing your wonderful talent. Hugs, Oma

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