crow : pdf pattern

(7 customer reviews)


Everything you need to know to create a textile crow sculpture is in this 34 page pdf loaded with photos (there are more than 140), instruction, tips and tricks as well as a resource list.  Every detail is explained and each element is broken down into easy to follow steps. You will learn to sew, stuff and sculpt  the body shape, create layers of intricate looking feathery textures, carve a beak and make talons. 

This is a sewing pattern (downloadable PDF)  and is about 6.5 MB in size.  You will need Adobe Reader (free) to view this pattern. The templates makes a crow approximately 9 inches tall and 11 inches for tip of tail to top of head. Skill level is advanced beginners (if you have a lot of patience with yourself) and above – requiring basic sewing skills – the crows can be sewn entirely by hand or many parts can be machine sewn.

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7 reviews for crow : pdf pattern

  1. janet

    anne, i have been following you for years. i so enjoy your posts and your makings and teachings. thank you for being you and for being so generous. i give back by making purchases from you. you are a gifted artists and your love shines through.

  2. Susan

    Your crow is fantastic. I wish I could sit and make one with you in a class. The black fabric makes me think of plant dyeing a piece of cotton in logwood, giving a washed out effect.
    Your quilt is beautiful too.

  3. Sandy Pennell .

    I made your crow which did take me a while but was amazed how well it turned out. Only amazed as I thought I wouldn’t do him justice. However when I posted him on FB I had fabulous comments and about 850 likes. I told all that he was from your pattern Ann. Thankyou for your lovely patterns. I have several of them. Made fish, hearts, chickens etc etc..
    I did try and send a photo of the crow. Sadly I’m not tech minded so don’t think you received it.
    Anyway good wishes and happiness in your new home. Thankyou again. Would love a community. X

  4. Julia Vazquez

    Me encanta! Es muy real! Es tener al fiel amigo en casa!

  5. Brenda Laffoon

    I can’t do the pdf pattern way. I would love to buy a paper pattern. I already have the mushroom, the owl and the songbirds paper patterns. I love them and your instructions are easy for me to follow. Your detail in your patterns are amazing.

  6. Maxine

    I have yet to attempt this, I purchased the pattern on a Christmas mulled wine fuelled creative confidence high! Once reality set in ( I don’t sew ) I scolded myself for being so stupid but thought I’d just have a quick read…… well, totally mulled wine free I think I might just be able to do this, it’s such a well laid out, clearly explained and photographed pattern that even a complete novice like me feels like I have a good chance. If I fail it will not be the patterns fault so it’s getting my five stars already

  7. Linda Danielson

    I love these posts as they take me back to my baby steps of learning to sew at a very young age……….Linda

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