Thursday, August 30, 2007

W is for... Whoot

When the owls started appearing at Moonstitches, I fell in love. Then came the tutowrial and other cuties began to pop up. I meant to get round to one of my own and months and months later, I finally did.

Only I left my little owl alone, and when I got back, he had turned into a Great Horned Owl.

Suspicious...

18 comments:

nuttnbunny said...

Have I told you about Z's fascination with owls? He believes one lives in the woods outside his bedroom window and keeps him safe at night. :-)

Yours is lovely in all his feathery slendor.

nuttnbunny said...

"splendor", that is.

ljmax said...

So cute..thanks for the links!

June said...

Those Great Horned Owls will sneak in there when you least expect it--but this one is a goodie. I love your owl project.

grumpy said...

Weird, Wery Weird.

Sarah said...

Oh my goodness... that is totally, oddly, adorable!

Megan said...

Funny.

Candlestring said...

Your timing is wizard! I need an owl for something right now...
Thanks! Yours is super.

dottycookie said...

Oh, I saw those in the One In Ten auction - they're gorgeous! And so is yours. Thanks for the link!

Lindyloo said...

sooo cute.

Louise said...

What a whoot!! I love your owl and his suspicious horns - very wise looking!

London Mummy said...

Oh Ali, I love it, an owl with "attitude".

caramaena said...

That owl is so cute!

Ragged Roses said...

Wonderful! Love the feathers - very suspicious! The buttons in the post below are rather gorgeous too!
Kim x

cd&m said...

I guess he fledged!

Alex said...

You never know what these little ones are up to ;-)
Oddly Cute!

Dallas said...

Cute! I'm planning to attempt making a Moonstitch-style owl this weekend. I didn't even think of adding feathers. :)

Tuesday said...

I am LOVING the feathers, lolol, such personality!!