The Grand Great Gray Owl

Recently, Sheena wrote:

I would love you to produce a great grey owl pattern. My daughter had a great grey owl fly up the isle at her wedding land on her husband’s arm and deliver their rings. It was stunning, I’d love to make her one for her first wedding anniversary.

Can you imagine? How utterly fantastic! I couldn’t not make a Great Gray Owl after hearing such a wonderful story.

great gray owl felt pattern

Download the Great Gray Owl Pattern here. Right click on the link an then select “Save target as.”

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Update: The owl created double-sided.

Great Gray Owl

Great Gray Owl

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4 Responses to The Grand Great Gray Owl

  1. sheena daniels says:

    Susan thankyou soooo much, she’s lovely the real owl was called Molly so your little creation has to be female. On my days off I’ll go to our local craft shop to the buy the felt! Can’t wait. If you can send me a private email adress I’ll send you several photos of the wedding with Molly.
    Sheena

  2. Alisa Beatty says:

    Thank you so much!! On our last trip to Yellowstone, we were blessed to see a mamma gray owl on her nest with babies. This pattern is perfect!

  3. Dorrie Reyes says:

    I have been making some of your birds as gifts for my 84 year old mother. Last Christmas I gave her 6, then for her birthday in March I gave her 4 more. I started making birds that she watches out her window feeding from her birdfeeders. One of the birds that she LOVES to watch are the quail that come and bring their babies. I would love to be able to make her a quail for her Christmas present this year. Would you be able to make a pattern?

  4. Ludmila says:

    I ike your animals.
    Ludmila from Ujezd school. Czech Republic 🙂

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