Direction for the Owl Doorstop

Direction for the Owl Doorstop

Edit: The pattern for the Owl Doorstop can be found HERE.

This evening at 9:00 p.m. est the contest for Percy the Owl Doorstop Giveaway will be over. As promised, I have completed the directions, and they are now available in the FREE Crafting Club Patterns. Percy is made in the same fashion as the Puppy Dog Doorstop and the Kitty Cat Doorstop. Now Percy can now hang out with Horace and Jasper.

The grandbabies have fallen in love with these 3 little guys and I apt to find them just about anyplace. In another month or two we’ll be throwing open the windows and doors and this darling trio will have their work cut out for them. It’s my guess, however, when the wee ones are about, they’ll probably abandon their posts for a frolicking romp!

So, now you have the directions for the trio. Make 1 or all 3. But since I have 3 dogs so they can keep each other company when we’re otherwise occupied, I would plan on making all of them! Grab the Owl Doorstop Pattern here. Enjoy!

Kimara

10 Comments

  1. Drat! I’m sorry that I didn’t win but thanks for putting the pattern up. Guess I can’t be lazy now and I’ll just have to make it 😉 Congrats, Lynn!

    1. I’m so glad you like them. My 2 1/2 year old granddaughter walks around holding them all day! And they are HEAVY! And thanks for sharing them on your blog!

  2. Thank you so much for the pattern! I made one this afternoon and if you would like to see ‘Arnie’, please visit my blog!
    It was a really fun pattern to make.
    Cheers
    Mary Anne

    1. Thanks so much for sharing! You can’t imagine how wonderful it makes us feel to know our projects are enjoyed by others. I briefly touched your blog, but I plan to stop by later when I have a little longer to "poke around"! FYI if you are a registered member you can include your blog site in the signature area so every time you comment others can see your address and stop by for a visit.

    2. Superb, what a blog iit is! This web site provides valuable information to us, keep it up.

  3. I don’t normally do cute or useful 🙂 but i couldn’t resist downloading the pattern after seeing “Arnie” on my “sister’s” blog (MaryAnne at Magpies Mumblings)—i’m making him right now and will show you and the world when ready. Thank you!

    1. Hehe! Can’t wait to see your little guy! If you check out Wee Folk Art’s Flickr Group you’ll see a few other doorstops members have made. My "Jasper" was the first doorstop I made and his popularity prompted me to introduce the dog and the owl. I’ve gotten requests for some other animals so I’m sure they’ll be included down the road.

      I’m looking forward to seeing your kitty. And welcome to Wee Folk Art!

  4. Love the animal doorstops. I have a small sewing group of 8 kids that are ages 8-10. We just finished learning the different embroidery stitches are were looking for a project to use the stitches on. The
    door stoppers were the perfect project. 4 kids are making the owl, 2 are doing the bunny and 1 is making the cat. Then I have a creative student who is designing a horse using your pattern as an example.

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