Great Gray Owlets

My Christmas wreath this year features my Great Gray Owl along with her babies. Here’s a quick pattern for some gray owlets!


Right click on this link and select “save link as” to save this PDF baby owl pattern to your computer.


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5 Responses to Great Gray Owlets

  1. Ruth Osborne says:

    Thank you so much for the little owl. It’s adorable. I have been trying to make some of your owls but my stitching is not as good as yours. I was working on a snowy owl the other day when my son walked in. I held up the little owl and said “What does this look like?” Without batting an eye he replied “Madelaine Albright.” Not exactly the look I was going for.

  2. Sara says:

    Thank you! I have all of your patterns. One of these days I’m going to do a bird Christmas tree using them!

  3. Bea Di says:

    I made one great owl from felt and another from loden I coloured with vegetable dye. At the first glance you can´t set my loden owl apart from a living owl. I was very proud about that. Then I started another project with your amaizing pattern. I threw the owl in clay and enameled it with silk- matt glaze. Now my owl sits in my walnut tree. Thank you very much for your ideas, and of course, your pattern.

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