How To Sew Sock Owl

Sock Owl Family

Sock Owl Family

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Hoot! Hoot! Hoot! Here comes the sock owl family!!! Please meet the Browie family, another sock softie creation to add into the sock patterns and tutorials in Craft Passion.

I am a big fan of owl when it comes to bird and it gives me great inspirations to design these sock owls. The Browie family has a distinctive appearance, they all have prominent eye-brows that connected to the ears, orange beak and a pair of very short feet that are hidden into the big tummy. Mommy Browie is grey in color with purple dots, Daddy Browie is grey in color with white chicken-pox scars all over the front. The grey color dotted parents somehow have stripy off-springs in red-white-black-yellow, so funny!!!

The sock owl is able to sit well on any flat surface as there is a bean pack stuffed inside the bottom of their tummy. Omit the bean pack if you aim to make it as hanging ornament.

Gee, I am now so obsessed with socks and I have a few more ideas to sew them with. Hope you are feeling the same, click the link for more sock patterns and tutorials or find it under the related topic below.

{CLICK HERE to get pattern & tutorial of Sock Owl.}

baby sock owl pattern

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  1. This is adorable! Thanks so much for sharing. I have a little Niece that will love this to bits.
    XO Nana

  2. you’re a cute genius!!!

  3. Oh, my goodness! Your little sock critters just keep getting cuter all the time!! These little guys just make me smile! :)

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  5. Oh MY GOSH!! Cutest sock project I have EVER seen!! I am going to share this in my blog as it’s so stinking CUTE!! :-)

  6. I love your sock patterns, they are soooo cute, and easy to follow. I gave sock monkeys for birthdays and Christmas last year, so quess what they get this year? Thanks for the great projects..

  7. I want to try these so bad! I haven’t made anything in years and you have me wanting to buy a sewing machine. These are sooooo cute! Thank you

  8. Very cute owl, may I know where can I buy silica beads in Penang or KL or PJ? Thank you

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  10. So glad I found this tutorial again – I am making one as a year end gift for my son’s 3rd grade teacher -who LOVES owls. I found a sock in the school colors -turning out so adorable! Thanks!

  11. These are so cute! I can’t wait to try this project… Thanks for sharing :D

  12. Love all your inventive, colorful sock animals. But I need a pig! Would you please add a pig to your zoo? Thanks!

  13. Thanks a lot for you,
    It is a very nice and simple idea .
    So cute, I think I will do a lot,

  14. Love these!

  15. Joanne, I’m not sure you are aware of this, but a very large blog that collects tutorials from other blogs has taken all of your beautiful images from this post and created a collaged pictorial tutorial. While they do link to your post, there is really no reason for anyone to click over to your site, since the visual tutorial is all right there.
    Sorry to be the bear of bad news!

    • Thank you, Amanda for the head up. There many out there doing this to me and other great site, so sad. I hope someone can just ask them to take it down and put only a main picture instead of all the details.

  16. I love this tutorial, Thank you – I made a few for friends and family. If you would like to see them they can be found here on my blog :)

  17. The Owls are so cute.,I think it would make a Great Door stop, just put some kind of weight in it.

  18. I think it’s easy tutorial. I’ll make it today. Thanks.


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