Free Owl Sewing Pattern – Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy for more information.

Feature photo showing two finished scrappy Fall owl stuffies! Both have silk gerbera daisy's for eye, one with yellow and the other with orange. Both made with scrap fabric. Get the free pattern to make the colorful farmhouse style Fall owls.

Get the free owl sewing pattern to make adorable Scrappy Fall Owl Pillows!

This pillow is easy to make using scrap fabric you have on hand and a couple of silk gerbera daisies from the dollar store.

Feature photo showing one finished scrappy Fall owl stuffie pillow sitting on a wood bin filled with small pumpkins and gourds! The owl is made from scrap fabric in brown with white polka dots and the tummy is a speckled brown on white fabric. The eyes are silk yellow gerbera daisies.

I used brown and patterned scrap fabric that I had in my craft bin but if you don’t have any, you could raid your closets for an old button-up shirt or even grab one from the thrift store.

The finished size of this little owl is about 8 inches wide by 9 inches high.

Supplies

  • A sewing machine (or stitch-by-hand)
  • Thread
  • Straight pins
  • An iron and ironing board
  • Scissors
  • Fabric
  • Felt for the beak
  • 2 faux Gerbera daisies for eyes
  • Poly-Fil stuffing
  • Hot glue gun
  • A printout of the Free Scrappy Owl Pattern

How to Make a Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow

First download the Free Scrappy Owl Pattern here and cut out the pattern pieces needed. Fabric for the owl body and belly. Felt for the beak.

Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow - cutting out with pattern
Use the pattern and cut out all of the owl pieces. Fabric for the body and belly. Felt for the beak.

Now make small slits (about 1/4-inch) all the way around the outer edge of the fabric for the belly, then iron over the edges about 1/4 inch. This will give you a finished edge.

Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow - owl belly fabric after ironing
To make it easier to iron, cut small slits around the edge of the owl belly fabric. Iron 1/4-inch around the edge of the owl belly fabric.

++++++++

Related Post

Clean out your kitchen cupboards and check out these super easy DIYs!

++++++++

Sew the belly to the front of the owl fabric first.

Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow - sewing owl belly on first.
Sew the belly fabric to the front of the owl first.

Now pin the front and back body pieces together, wrong sides out. Sew together using a 1/4 seam allowance. Make sure to leave at least a 3-inch opening to stuff.

Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow - sewing body of owl
Sew the owl body together (wrong sides out) using a 1/4 seam allowance. Leave about 3-inches open to turn inside out and stuff.

++++++++

Related Post

Learn how to make beautiful farmhouse signs from 2 x 4's!

++++++++

Turn the body of the owl body right-side out and stuff it with poly-fil stuffing. Then turn the edges of the opening inward and sew closed.

Last, hot glue the daisy eyes and felt beak on.

Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow - hot gluing flowers on for eyes
Hot glue the daisy eyes and felt beak to finish.

++++++++

Stay up on the latestclick here to sign up for my weekly newsletter.

++++++++

Free Pattern - Scrappy Fall Owl Pillow. Pinterest Pin for sharing.
If you like this easy sew project, Pin the image above to your Pinterest craft board to come back to later!

I hope this cute fall craft inspired you. If you enjoyed this easy-sew tutorial, leave a comment below, I’d love to hear from you!

+++++++++

RELATE CRAFTS TO TRY:

++++++++

Watch A Video

Link to the full tutorial here –> 15 Fall Tiered Tray Decor Ideas – Easy DIYs

++++++++

Advertisement

Craftidly Designs Horizontal Ad for Flower Market Paris SVG.

Leave a Reply