Owls are so hot right now! These fat and fluffy critters are decorating everything in high street – and high fashion – stores.
Make your crafting soar to greater heights with this pattern collection. There’s knitting, crochet, free and paid owl patterns of all styles, so you’re sure to find the perfect owl pattern for you!
How cute are these little abstract owls? Their oversized eyes and pastel colours look so sweet! Imagine a handful of these perched on a branch or a mantelpiece.
Don’t despair, knitters! This baby owl pattern is knitted, and it’s just as cute as the one above!
This crocheted owl is knitting a scarf of its own! How cute it that? This is a paid pattern, but looking at the level of detail in the photographs, it’s probably well worth it!
Who could resist this photo? Worsted yarn is extra cuddly and works up quickly to make the perfect cuddly friend.
From his big eyes, to curly wings, this sweet little crocheted owl is just adorable! I could see a row of these lined up in a tween’s room, can’t you?
Clearly this owl is neither a granny nor a square! But the flowery motif in the centre of his tummy is a variation on the granny square, one of the most common (and lovely!) crochet patterns.
Graduation Owl Knitting Pattern
Send hearty congratulations winging towards your graduate with this owl knitting pattern! I love her cute little mortarboard.
Here’s another graduation owl, this time crocheted. If you’re not loving that cranky face, don’t worry: he comes in a family of 15 owls (!!!) so you can easily swap out his features.
This snowy owl looks like he could take wing and fly away! If you’re looking for a Hedwig crochet pattern, you’ve found it.
This unique owl ornament uses tinsel yarn! It’s notoriously difficult to work with, but the results speak for themselves. This image is via Ravelry user MWknits.
I love a good reversible toy, and this one is a great example! The egg is knit first, then the owl is created next. I guess this answers the question – which one came first…
Are you feeling sleepy? This night owl is! This is a paid knitting pattern, but it comes with two bonus toys to tuck into bed with the sleepyhead.
These are apparently the easiest owls EVER! The author of this crochet pattern whipped up all three in under an hour. That’s impressive!
Creative Crochet Projects is a fast, fun book of delightful patterns which are accessible to beginning crocheters (and a treat for more advanced hookers).
I was happy to be a beta knitter for the new Woolly Wormhead Hat collection. The Perceptions Hats are all stranded colourwork (hello, my fave), and each has a beautiful crown. I mean – look at them! I choose Number Three, which turned out to be Hermes: “the Greek god of travel who bridged the […]
In the last six months, I’ve sewed a whole bunch of face masks. Most face masks fit well, but none were perfect. We picked up a couple of ready-made reusable face masks to try out, and J decided he preferred them. The pattern is easy as anything to make – easier than any other pattern […]
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