Scrap Fabric Owl Soft Toy – Free Pattern Templates

These cute owls are a great homemade gift idea for a young child and I think it’s a great project for beginner sewers looking to make something quick and easy.

Materials Needed – Fabric Owl

– Heat n’ Bond Lite – Soft Toy Eyes & Nose Kit – Soft Toy Stuffing – Awl Tool – Friction Pen – Thin Paint Brush or Chopstick – Fabric Scissors – Sewing Machine


Print out the free templates (fill in your email below for an instant download file) at 100% scale. Use the cutting lines (seam allowance included) to cut out the shapes.

Prepare your Templates


Use your paper or cardboard templates to trace the shape on the wrong side of your fabric and then cut out with sharp fabric scissors.

Cut out your Fabric Pieces


Next, you want to place your wings, beak and eye circles on the paper side of your heat n’ bond.

Preparing your Heat n’ Bond


Choose which of the two fabric pieces you cut out for the owl’s body will be the front and lay it right side up on your ironing surface.

Fusing your Shapes in Place

Lay out your wings, beak and eyes and position them how you like them. Don’t worry if your wings overlap the side of the body a bit.

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Video Tutorial: Scrap Fabric Owl