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Tutorial Sweet Owlie

Tutorial Sweet Owlie

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Published by: Patty Schmerbeck Sloniger on Oct 05, 2011
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“Sweet Owlie” Pattern & Tutorial
Finished Dimensions:Approx. 11” x 9”(wings folded)
This little guy is pretty easy to make, don’t let all the patternpieces fool you! You can mix and match fabrics as you like, butfor the purposes of this tutorial, I will use fabric and feltas follows:
“Sweet Owlie”
fabric A| Cotton fabric for face, back, and wing backsfabric B| Plush/textured fabric for belly and wing liningfabric C| Velvet/Heavier fabric for earsfelt D| White or Cream for the eyes (I prefer 100% wool felt)felt E| Darker color for the beak (I used a felted woolherringbone)In addition, you will need the following materials:Embroidery Floss in Dark BrownEmbroidery Floss in Medium Gray ThreadFilling/Stuffi ng Material
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Pattern Pieces
Print out all pattern pages on 8.5” x 11” (letter) size paper set toPortrait orientation. Make sure your printer is NOT set to “Scaleto Fit”, it must print at 100%.The two larger pattern pieces will need to be taped togetheras follows:1. “back - a” and “back - b”, tape together along edge that says“TAPE HERE”. This pattern piece is also meant to be cut from afolded piece of fabric. The pattern is symmetrical, so it doesn’tmatter whether you fold your fabric with right sides or wrongsides facing when you cut. Just make sure you line up thewords “FOLDED EDGE” on the pattern with the folded edge of  your fabric.2. “face - a” and “face - b”, tape together along edge that says“TAPE HERE”.Pretty easy so far, right?
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Step 1.Cut out all the individual fabric and felt shapes using thepaper pattern pieces (say that five times fast).Step 2.Now we pin...For the ears, place matching pieces right-sides together and pin.For the wings, match one backer fabric and one lining fabric,right-sides together and pin.For the front of the owl, pin top half to the bottom half, right-sides together as shown. Don’t worry if the top half bunches abit, the seam is on a slight curve and this normal.Step 3.Using a 3/8 in. seam allowance, sew as follows:For the ears, sew along 2 sides only, leaving the bottom open.For the wings, sew along the two long sides only, leaving theshort side open.For the front of the owl, sew along the pinned edge.
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