When I first introduced my What A Hoot series in 2020, I showcased SIX counted canvas owls! Last year I introduced two new colour combinations, Eurasia and today I’d like to share Pharaoh.   

If you purchased Theros then you will recognize this pattern.  It is always challenging to choose colour palettes for a project, especially when a project is not fully designed.  As always, there are so many options, sometimes too many SO I had to create a new palette for Theros.

More About What A Hoot Pharaoh

Pharaoh is a species of owl, an eagle-owl with mottled plumage and large orange-yellow eyes.  The head and upperparts are tawny and densely marked with black and creamy-white streaks and blotches while the underparts are pale creamy-white.  Naturally our version of Pharaoh is far more colourful!

Once again, the kit contents include the pattern (PDF), eyes, beak and all custom dyed threads to complete Pharaoh.  AND remember, whatever threads are remaining once you complete him could be used on the backside to create a double-sided owl (hint – mobile-ready)! 

I have several customers who have managed to complete both sides of the owls in the threads provided in the thread kit….

  • each owl measures about 4 inches square – they are small!!
  • a variety of stitches in each owl
  • an additional skein of thread is included to create the braid for finishing purposes

I hope you like Pharaoh!   

This is a “limited edition” kit so please shop early to avoid disappointment. AND, there are a total of seven owls available.

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