What a Hoot! Who What Where Flannel Pillows


I was quick to volunteer to make the Who What Where Flannel Pillows by Sewing Sue; they are flannel after all, and too, too cute! Our Yosemite Park Flannel Collection has that nice outdoorsy feel that seemed to fit. They were indeed a “hoot” to make!

The pattern includes a template for sewing the feet—you sew right on the line through the paper (make a sewing copy) making it super easy.  (It’s important to remember to shorten your stitch length and pull gently when you are tearing the paper off.)



The hardest part was turning the feet right side out, fitting the toes up through the leg.  I found a wooden chopstick to be most helpful as it wouldn’t poke through the fabric.


It was difficult to get it started



Here they are about ready to get their eyes sewn on.  At this stage I had a lot of fun playing with where to put their pupils to give them personality.


Eventually I decided the “baby” would be looking over at “mom” who would be looking down, while “dad” looked straight ahead in a kind of dazed fashion (as dads are known to do!)


Unfortunately I didn’t take more pictures of the rest of the process but Sue’s instructions are easy to follow.  I used Hobbs Polyester Fiberfill (21278) to stuff them all nice and plump.

I know these are “kid approved” because my granddaughter (2 1/2 yrs) came over while I was stuffing one.  She saw it on the floor by my chair, ran over, grabbed it, and declared, “June’s!!”.  I had to explain that it had to go to Grandma’s work for a while.

I hope you will give these guys a try!


  1. JENNI - October 23, 2014

    Super duper cute!!!

  2. Ann - October 23, 2014

    They are adorable and great in the Yosemite Park collection. I like the way you placed the eyes too. No wonder June was excited!

  3. Katrina - October 23, 2014

    Love these!! And the fabric!

  4. Stephanie Dunphy - October 23, 2014

    Those are way too cute!!! I might need a set of darling flannel owls my my couch. Perfect with your flannel!

  5. Margaret Taffi - October 23, 2014

    Very cute! I know someone who would love them!

  6. Kim - October 23, 2014

    Totally cute and I know 2 granddaughters that would love these.

  7. Amanda Best - October 24, 2014

    These are so cute! I saw them on the website and I just loved them. A great way to make the little feet.
    Great job, Laraine!