The Snowy Owl Family

This new Snowy Owl and her owlets were designed for my wreath donation to the WHRL’s Christmas Tree Festival. I hope they give you some inspiration for your Christmas decorations!


Right click here and select “save target as” to save this printable owl pattern to your computer.


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4 Responses to The Snowy Owl Family

  1. Sara says:

    How adorable! Thank you for another great pattern!

  2. Niki says:

    I just want to say thank you for your great patterns! We love them. I used them for a recent Christmas bible study of the 12 days of Christmas. My daughter wanted to sew ornaments for each day and they were hard to find. I found many patterns on your website. Thank you, thank you.

  3. Jane Lemley says:

    Do you sell your patterns? Love the owl! Do you by chance have a squirrel?

    • Susan says:

      All of the patterns here are free to download. If you mean do I make the ornaments for sale, no I don’t. I occasionally make them for gifts or non-profit fundraisers, but don’t have the time to do more than that! I do have a squirrel. Take a look at the critter patterns!

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