Owls seem to be the motif of choice at the minute, they are everywhere! So I went through some craft tutorials and picked some of my favourites. Owls are also very seasonal for fall and Halloween, so get stitchin' some owl stuff.
I think this masked Owl costume from Martha Stewart is a hoot.
One Red Robin gives us thissoulful little owl softie pattern.
Designer Patti Milazzo via the Fiskars site, share this little owl softie who is looking like his feathers are a bit ruffled.
This free owl doorstop softie from Wee Folk Art is cute but also practical.
This little owl softie is so simple but just adorable, get the free owl softie pattern from Moonstitches.
Owl softies are everywhere on the web, but you can sew an owl that isn't a soft cuddly toy but something useful like this Owl Beanie hat featured on How Does She?
Or transform a plain camera bag into an owl camera bag with Lollychops.
Or make these simple owl appliqued dish towels that are so simple that kids could do it, as featured on Kids Crafts and Recipes.
Bethany of the blog Wednesday Afternoons, gives us thisoversized owl bag tutorial.
Sew up an owl key chain holder with Craft Passion.
If you love pin dolls, then check out this little Japanese owl pin from a Bit of This and That.
If you love felted figures try needle-felting this little owl using a tutorial from the Styrofoam Brand website.
Make this fabric owl pennant by Moonstitches for any celebration or for a Christmas advent calendar.
If you love making owls and birds, then check out this glorious book full of feathered friends to sew. Little Birds: 26 Handmade Projects to Sew, Stitch, Quilt & Love (Design Collective) is full of bird projects contributed by all different artists meaning that there are a wonderful range of projects and techniques to be had, including a wonderful tweed owl that will make your inspiration take flight.