I'm so excited to once again have a sewing project and pattern featured in Stitch magazine.
In this Winter 2012 issue of Stitch (a quarterly special publication of Interweave Press), I'm delighted to share with you a pattern for one of my wool and felt owl softies. The pattern is for the larger owl with the appliqued cotton print wings. I've been making these owls for a couple of years now to sell in my Etsy shop and at craft fairs. You won't find them in the shop right at the moment (per my contract with the magazine), but now you can make one yourself!
Mr. Owl is featured on the Table of Contents page, and here he is (on the right) in his full page spread!
He (and I!) also got a lovely little write up on the Cloth Paper Scissors blog -- the post even shares the instructions for how to stitch up this little guy. So, although I recommend buying the magazine for all the other fabulous patterns and projects, you don't need to just to make an owl.
When I made the first owl (my son and I designed one together for my daughter's second or third birthday -- I can't even remember which now!), I never would have believed that he'd be published in a hip sewing magazine. Whoo knew?!