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November 16, 2010

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Cutest little owl ever!! I just love him. Great job!

It's super-cute!

You're SO funny! That's an adorable little owl. Do you think you'll EVER run out of polkie mooons? I sure hope not!

This is super cute!

The owl you created is adorable! Let's face it. Sometime if we don't have deadlines, projects will never get finished:)

Ok .....that owl is adorable! We are in the process of making owls here and I believe one of these little cuties needs to be added to the list!! Thanks for the link.

That is very cute!

Oh, I love his polka dot belly! I made another version, but def. like that belly!!

Beautiful!
Your story behind it made me laugh! Glad more people have those moments when you do something you should really be enjoying but due to lack of time, it becomes an enerving job. Still, afterwards, a load falls off your shoulders, you're the happiest person again because you got the job done and the sweet mom you really are is back!
Bye,
Marian

Cute! I have this pattern, but cut up so I couldn't remember where I got it from; thanks for sharing. These are so cute that i am soon to have a flock! Here is one that I made:

http://craftypooks.blogspot.com/2010/11/felty-crafts.html

Oh, oh, OH! I do love this little Hoot Owl! I'm very taken with owls lately and so's my grandgirl so I might just have to get busy and try to make one! Thank you for sharing the link, Cassie.

Jody

If I had just seen the originals, I might not have paid it much attention, but your color scheme really works for me. I'm trying to get better at looking at the bare bones of a project and envisioning my own interpretation, but it's really not my strong suit.

I totally love the owl!

CCCAAASSSIIEEE!!!
how the heck are you?
i haven't been around too much lately and just wanted to say hello.
your owl is adorable.
happy thanksgiving to you and yours!!

What a cutie, I have to confess, I'm addicted, after reading your post I made one, two, oh ok ten! So cute and easy, I don't think I'm finished yet....

This is so cute. I went to the link and printed out the pattern then, the other night, I stitched one together. I love it! I think they ARE addictive. I think I'll make the next one in your colour combination of pink and green :) Thanks for sharing the link.

These are adorable! Where did you find those felt colors, everything I have found is your basic colors.

THese are so so great! I am planning a pretend sleepover for all the night owls birthday party for my to be 5 yr old. I want to make one of these for my daughter as a stuffed animal. Going to the printer now! Kristy from www.apronsandapples.blogspot.com

Hi,

I will do one :)
Thanks for the step by step. I will publish in my blog :)
Obrigada pelo passo a passo, vou publicar no meu blog :)

bjos

Really cute and easy to make! I cut out an extra beak and used it as a tail. Also, to make it more xmasy, I embroidered beads to the belly instead of the ribbon. Thanks for this!!

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