They have matching hoods and wings with other fabrics mixed in.
Two more cuties!
Any time I’m using beige and brown, the fabrics are probably something my Mom bought.
Now, lots of owls.
It never ceases to amaze me that I cut these all out using the same template and yet, when I stuff them up, it is always a surprise to see how they come out! Tall, short, chubby, slim.
2 more snowies.
One from today and one from yesterday, sitting in the chair.
Well first, Happy Mother’s Day to all who are celebrating! And now some snowy owls or maybe I should call them owls with no ears…
Both of these owls are incredibly soft, made with cashmere, angora, and alpaca, and I am sure some wool too.
This one has eye brows.
And this one isn’t terribly snowy at all!
Here are his/her grey and white striped wings-
Three owl-y friends, hanging out on the porch. Hurray for Spring!
I love a great paisley, especially a knit paisley on an owl! (spoiler alert- I have more owl paisley coming…)
The owl is sitting among the tulips which are just finishing up. Those tulips- it has to be 20 years since I planted them and they still thrive. Amazing.
Here are the first two.
I like working on these brown owls. All the fabrics I’m using have memories.
I love this owl face with it’s shaggy alpaca mask.
Alpaca sweater body and face, cashmere wings= super soft owl!
There are 2 more owls to post about- that’ll be tomorrow. Here they all are, friends on a chair.