Meet Ollie. Ollie is an impossibly cute owl stuffie made from gorgeous wool felts and a little hand stitching. And with our downloadable pattern and tutorial below, you can make your own felt owl! We love love love owls at Lia Griffith HQ. In fact, you may have seen our west elm owl mugs pop up in lots of our photographs. Also, we have a couple gorgeous owl ceramics and have made cork owlspinecone owls, and owl artwork over the years. But Ollie the owl’s cuteness factor is off the charts. 

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Hooo’s the Cutest?

To make your own felt owl stuffie, start by downloading the pattern below and cutting the templates into soft wool felt. The only stitching skills you need are a running stitch and blanket stitch. Therefore, this pattern makes a great project for a child or a beginner. Once all your pieces are cut, you can follow the tutorial below to assemble the little guy. 

If you craft this felt owl, let us know how it went! And make sure to share your pics with us on InstagramFacebook, or Twitter and use the hashtag #MadeWithLia. We love to see what you’re up to and we will always share our faves! Enjoy! ~ Lia and team

Tools

Materials

Steps

  1. Gather tools and materials.
  2. Cut felt according to the pattern below.
  3. Glue eyes in place and straight stitch on the outer eyes in matching embroidery floss.
  4. Layer the feathers on the front and add dots of hot glue to hold in place.
  5. Straight stitch the beak on with matching floss. Then straight stitch the top layer of feathers in matching floss.
  6. Straight stitch line details onto 2 of the wings, mirrored.
  7. Glue just the top of the wings to the front of the body.
  8. Blanket stitch the 2 body pieces together using white embroidery floss, leaving the bottom open to stuff.
  9. Blanket stitch both of the feet together using matching floss and stuff before closing.
  10. Gently stuff the owl body with poly-fill.
  11. Finish blanket stitching the bottom closed and glue on the feet.
  12. Glue on the layers of feathers on the backside (same as the front).
  13. To hide stitching, glue the slightly smaller wing pieces to the underside of the wings.
  14. Add additional glue to keep wings in place if needed.

Photo tutorial for handsewn felt owl stuffieLittle boy holding felt owl in front of Christmas tree

Make More Cute Stuffies

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