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With the wrong sides of the fabric facing each other, sew the edge of the Owl Belly (B) to the right edge of the Owl Body (A) starting at the bottom corner.
Tie a knot when you reach the upper point of the Owl Belly (B) and cut your string.
Cut a piece of orange/brown felt to cover the folded down point.
Using a running stitch, sew the Owl Bottom to the base of the owl making sure to cover the cinched stitches.