This weekend I designed our Slumbering Owl Applique Block. He was a hoot to make! (Sorry, that had to be said!) He is a little more complex than some of our other appliques because of the detail in the feathers. It’s a little lost in the photo, but the layering of feathers really gives him a three dimensional look. If you don’t want to invest the time appliquing the feathers on, you can always use the wavy lines used in our Owl Book Mark. Although I made this on a 6" x 6" felt block to use in my "haven’t quite figured out what to do with them yet" project, I have an idea of another way to use our Slumbering Owl Applique, which I’ll share later in the week. Enjoy! Get pattern here.
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