Owl

This green owl was made using Vanna’s Choice yarn in Fern, Sapphire Blue, Terracotta, Linen, and Mustard

My baby owls are all made with Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice worsted weight yarns.  They are approximately 4.5 inches high.  Regarding the instructions for the body, I have indicated where the color change should start (should you wish to follow my example), but I will leave it up to you as to how you want to do your stripes.  If you prefer my example, you can view my pictures and follow the color scheme accordingly.  I like to change colors in every row but it sure can be tricky getting the color transition seam to look neat.  I found a “Jogless stripe” tutorial that I found extremely helpful.  Not only are there written instructions here, there is also a step by step video!  Check it out if you’re interested!  Please note that this character is made using single crochet spirals.  I also highly recommend using tight stitches.  The polyester pellets I use are fairly small and can “leak” out of the openings if the stitches are too loose. (For this reason, I do not recommend giving this doll to little children to play with) OK, here we go!

MATERIALS

Size USD3/3.25mm crochet hook
Medium/worsted weight yarn
Sport weight yarn in White (for eye circles)
12mm safety eyes
Blunt end tapestry needle
Polyester pellets
Polyester fiber fill
Stitch marker

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HEAD

Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st [12]
Rnd 3 –  (sc, inc) repeat around [18]
Rnd 4 – sc around [18]
Rnd 5 – (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]
Rnd 6 – (3sc, inc) repeat around [30]
Rnd 7 – (4sc, inc) repeat around [36]
Rnd 8 – sc around [36]
Rnd 9 – (5sc, inc) repeat around [42]
Rnd 10-14 – sc around [42]
Rnd 15 – (5sc, dec) repeat around [36]
Rnd 16 – (4sc, dec) repeat around [30]
Rnd 17 – (3sc, dec) repeat around [24]
Rnd 18 – (2sc, dec) repeat around [18]
Fasten off

EAR

Rnd 1 – Start 4sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – sc around [4]
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat twice
Fasten off and leave a tail

BODY

Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st [12]
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around [18]IMG_4368
Rnd 4 – (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]
Rnd 5 – (3sc, inc) repeat around [30]
Rnd 6 – (4sc, inc) repeat around [36]
Rnd 7 – (5sc, inc) repeat around [42]
Change color and alternate a color for each row
Rnd 8-9 – sc around [42]
Rnd 10 – (5sc, dec) repeat around [36]
Rnd 11-12 – (sc around [36]
Rnd 13 – (4sc, dec) repeat around [30]
Rnd 14 – sc around [30]
Rnd 15 – (3sc, dec) repeat around [24]
Rnd 16 – sc around [24]
Rnd 17 – (2sc, dec) repeat around [18]
Fasten off and leave a tail

EYE PATCH

start with white sport weight yarn
Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st [12]
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around [18]
Switch to light gray worsted weight yarn
Rnd 4 – (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]
Fasten off and leave a tail

WING

Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
IMG_4368 - Version 2Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st [12]
(Change color, if you are following my green owl design)
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around [18]
Rnd 4 – sc around [18]
Rnd 5 – (sc, dec) repeat around [12]
Rnd 6 – (2sc, dec) repeat around [9]
Rnd 7 – (sc, dec) repeat around [6]
Fasten off and leave a tail

 

Assembly is fairly simple. Start by stuffing the head with fiber fill.  Pin the ears and eye circles in place.  See my picture to see where the eyes should be placed.   The post needs to be pushed through the eye circle as well as the head before attaching the backing.  In my example, I placed the eye post through an opening that is one row away from the center.  When you are satisfied with the placement of all the parts, go ahead and sew the eye circles in place.  Then reach inside the head and attach the eye backings.  Next, sew the ears in place.

Fill the body with polyester pellets until it is about 3/4 full.  Top it off by stuffing the rest of the space with fiber fill. This helps to keep the poly-pellets in place.  Attach the head. There should be a seamless transition at the neck because both the head and body openings have the same number of stitches.  The wings go on next.  I usually sew the beak on last.  You can also use a piece of felt in place of a yarn beak.

And that’s it! Please feel free to email me with any questions!  littlemuggles@yahoo.com

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Vanna’s Choice yarn in Wild Berry, Fern, Sapphire Blue, and Linen

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127 Responses to Baby Owl Free Pattern!

  1. Fran says:

    Have admired the postings of your little muggles on facebook, I think they are adorable. Thank you so much for sharing this owl pattern, its gorgeous!

  2. Natasja says:

    I love these owls!
    I’m already searching for a way to sneak them into my already filled WIP-basket 😉

    Just a little tip:
    You can add a little piece of an old pantyhose (preferably the toe part)to the body in which you put the pellets. It reduces the chances of leaking 😉

    • Jeannie says:

      I love the idea of the pantyhose. Could it be used in other crochet items stuffed with fiberfill? ty for sharing

  3. Carla says:

    Love these wish I had enough hours in the day and days in my lifetime to do all the patterns I have seen!!! LOL

  4. Jacqueline says:

    You can always put your pellets in a little plastic bag first before putting them in an owl. Then you can be fairly sure no pellets will come out if the crocheting isn’t tight enough.

  5. Karen says:

    Beautiful Owls, thank you for sharing.

  6. Aida F. says:

    OMYGOD these are just TOO ADORABLE and next on my list!! Thank you for sharing!! :)

  7. Jessica S. says:

    These are ADORABLE.

  8. Kristina says:

    Love it! Pinning it and checking out the rest of your patterns. Thanks for sharing your talent!

  9. Ellen Schmidt says:

    These are really cute for my grandkids! Thank you!

  10. Vanda says:

    These are adorable and I will have to make a bunch of these for stocking stuffers for all five of my granddaughters! Thanks for being so generous with your pattern and step by step pictures.

  11. Suzette says:

    Thanks, Amy!
    OMG! So adorable! I thought I had enough owls in my life ~ but these are too cute to live without! I’m looking through my yarn stash right away and getting started on one tonight.

    • amy says:

      :) Be sure to send me a pic!! Everybody is very welcome for the pattern! It makes me so happy to see all these positive comments!!

  12. Chris D says:

    These are gorgeous, thank you for the pattern. Great idea to use panty hose to contain the pellets.

  13. nayana says:

    very cute liked it a lot

  14. Christine says:

    Really cute! I shared this on my Facebook and already 5 people have asked me to make them… Thank you for the pattern!

  15. Christine says:

    You mentioned a video, where is that located?

    • amy says:

      Hi there! The video I mentioned is to help make stripes with smoother transitions during color changes. Usually there’s a very obvious “staircase” look to it. If you click on the “Jogless Stripe” tutorial, which is written in blue, it will link you to the appropriate site. There is a video on that site showing the technique. I hope that clarifies things!

  16. Wendy Martin says:

    These are the CUTEST!!! Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. My Grandkids will love him. Thumbs up to wonderful generous artists.

  17. Peggy Metzger says:

    These are so cute. I’m anxious to do some. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Arlene Jones says:

    Do you use the yarn to sewing the eye circles to the head or do you use sewing thread?

    • amy says:

      I use the same light gray yarn that I used on the outer edge of the eye circle! I just leave an extra long tail when I’m done doing the edge and then use that to sew onto the head. :)

  19. Elly D says:

    These are oh so cute! Thank you so much for your lovely pattern.

  20. Jen L says:

    this is so adorable!! thank you! I love how it can be any color combo. perfect to make for my son and daughter.

  21. Arlene says:

    Very cute! Thanks for sharing your pattern!

  22. Whooo da thunk it? Prefect little birds to make and give for my
    Secret Santa!

  23. Rose says:

    Beautiful owls!!!
    A suggestion, it would be wonderful if you put your pattern on ravelry if you haven’t done so already.

    • amy says:

      Hi Rose! Thank you for the compliment! My pattern is indeed on Ravelry! I appreciate your thoughtfulness in making the suggestion! Have a lovely day!

  24. Jessika says:

    How did you make the beak? I’ve done everything else, just need some saftey eyes and I can sew mine together.

    • amy says:

      In my example, I just used a tapestry needle and yarn – I picked three points, sewed a triangle, and went over the sides several times. Then from the bottom point I looped the yarn over the top “bar” of the triangle over and over until the triangle was filled in. You can try different things out until you find a technique that works for you!

  25. adela says:

    i love them they are beutiful

  26. scooper says:

    Does the hook size make a ton of difference in the overall size of the owl? I currently have a 3.75mm hook and was wondering if it would make the owl a lot bigger?

    • amy says:

      Hi there! If you use a 3.75mm hook and the recommended worsted weight yarn, I don’t think it will make that much of a difference. Remember to keep your stitches relatively tight! :) Happy crocheting!

  27. Diane says:

    Where do you do your increases and decreases, at the beginning and end of each row or just randomly in the row?

    • amy says:

      Greetings, Diane! My instructions will tell you when to make your increases or decreases. For example, if it reads 2sc,inc… that means you make a single crochet in 2 consecutive stitches and then you increase (make 2sc) into the third stitch. If it reads 4sc, dec…you would make a single crochet in 4 consecutive stitches and then sc2tog (decrease) as your next stitch. I hope that clarifies things! The numbers in the brackets at the end of each Round indicate the number of stitches you should have at the end of that round.

  28. May says:

    What is a magic ring?

  29. Joan says:

    Such a sweetie! Thank you. :0)

  30. ADRIANA says:

    se puede traducir la pagina…..me interesa en español….gracias.

  31. Laura says:

    These little owls are so cute and I love all your designs! Do we have permission to sell items made with your patterns?

    • amy says:

      Thanks Laura, and yes, you may sell your finished owls as long as you credit Little Muggles for the design and provide a link to where you got the pattern! Happy crocheting!

  32. noemi maidana says:

    gracias por poner el patron son tan lindas!!y me quedaron hermosas !!!

  33. adriana says:

    me gusta su pagina me enviarian el patron del buho gracias

  34. Elbee says:

    I wish I knew how to do anything like this! Owls are my favorite, I wish you had an etsy page cause I would buy them all, for real!!!

    • amy says:

      Thank you, Elbee! Yes, all the things on my Etsy page are patterns right now. Maybe you’d like to learn how to crochet? It’s actually not that hard! I learned from a book, before there were online blogs and tutorials! Give it a try! :)

  35. Ani says:

    I have just finished your wonderful owl ¡thanks a lot! for one of my grandchildren. He is 2-years old, and safety eyes are really difficult to find where I live, so I need ideas as to embroider? them on the white part for him not to swallow them (he will try, you can bet). But I think it is not going to be neat, and I don’t know what to do.

  36. O-W-L says:

    I’ve purchased all of the materials, and am ready to start, but the first instruction has me stumped; what’s a magic ring? Many thanks for your reply :)

  37. ana teresa says:

    !!!son todos ,hermosos(de ser posible)quisiera aprender atejer una brujita ….gracias

  38. Ingrid says:

    If you wanted to make them baby safe, you could sew on eyes made of felt or make one more small circle of black or brown and place them where you put the plastic ones. Just a thought since I have a little one putting everything in her mouth

    • amy says:

      Great idea, Ingrid! I’ve seen some people do exactly as you’ve suggested. Definitely safer if little ones are going to be handling them! Thanks for the tip!

  39. Rachael says:

    Thank you for posting this cute pattern….. All my family want me to make them a cute owl now! Love it!

  40. Connie says:

    These are so cute. Thank you for sharing. :)

  41. Christina says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern! I just finished one (it’s maroon with cream, baby pink and blue/green stripes) and I absolutely adore it! I attached it to a lovey blanket that I crocheted and it is the perfect size. I used black yarn for the eye instead of using a plastic eye and stuffed the whole thing with stuffing instead of using pellets since it will be going to my baby niece due in November. I am definitely going to make more of these!

  42. Rhonda says:

    Thank you so much for the cute owl pattern. I made these for my daughter-in-laws owl theme baby shower. I put them in a flower pot with material looking like a birds nest with a small flower next to them. I also made one a little bigger to put in a diaper carriage. Everyone thought they were so cute. Thank you also for the tip for magic ring and “Joggles Stripe”.

    • amy says:

      You’re very welcome!! I hope you got some pictures of the creations that you described! What a wonderful mom you are to take the time to make your daughter in law’s shower extra special!! I’m sure your effort was greatly appreciated!!

  43. Anne-Marie says:

    Erg leuk ! Cute.
    Thank you

  44. Melissa says:

    Hello, so I love these owls and have already made one, and credited you at my local nursery, I have been asked to make a family of owls but was wondering how I would make them bigger for the mummy and daddy owls, these are for Christmas so are in lovely Christmas colours! If you could give me advice on making them bigger I would be much appreciated!

    • amy says:

      Greetings! The only advice I have about making them bigger is to use a thicker gauge yarn and a larger crochet hook? Good luck with your project! I bet they will turn out beautifully! Don’t forget to send along pictures if you can!

  45. Tina McMasters says:

    Loooove these!! Thank you for the pattern & for pattern in English. Have found too many offers in English, just to find the pattern itself, in a totally different language. <3 <3<3 owls!!!!

  46. Henaj says:

    Am I so lucky that you can tell or show me how to make the magic ring?

  47. brenda says:

    I am so enjoying myself! These patterns are fun and so easy. I have made them for my grandson and other children in the family and each and every one is loved and squeezed by all! Thank you for sharing,

  48. Mónica says:

    GENIA!!!!…me re encantó !!!!!!…voy a hacer un montón!!!! GRACIAAAAAAS!!!!

  49. Wendy says:

    Thank you for the pattern. I love how my little owl turned out. I used cotton yarn.

  50. abby says:

    I need help on making the head. I dont understand how to do the magic ring. could you please help me with that.
    Thanks abby

    • amy says:

      Greetings! Here is a link to a website that can help you! The magic ring is quite common in amigurumi making and comes in quite handy! Good luck and please let me know if you have other questions. There are also plenty of other tutorials out there if you google it!

  51. Kerstin says:

    I have to try to make such a cute little owl :) Thank you very much for the free pattern!!

  52. ildi says:

    wonderful!may thanks for the pattern!i love the color combo!
    greetings!

  53. mamy coco says:

    So lovely , j’aime beaucoup

  54. Maren says:

    Hello Ami! Thanks for sharing this beautiful pattern! I just finished my first amigurumi little owl…loved the process and will be making more of your patterns for sure! I purchased the book Zoomigurumi so little lil quack is next.
    I love your wonderful creations!

  55. Liz says:

    Thank you once again for a lovely pattern and good instructions. This was my first amigurumi crochet project and it has turned out a treat and I enjoyed doing it very much. Now I have to make more as I know all of my grandchildren will love it and want one of their own. Once again thank you for your generosity.

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  57. vilma says:

    love it thankyou.

  58. vilma says:

    gracias por compartir.

  59. Lovlie says:

    Thanks for the pattern. Made one for my sister and blogged about your blog. http://www.veganlovlie.com/2014/02/my-new-crochet-project-owl-amigurumi.html
    :)
    I am now fascinated by the world of amigurumis!

  60. brandy says:

    I am have an impossible time with the ears! I can’t see which stitch is which after the first round! Any suggestions? I must be doing something wrong.

    • amy says:

      Greetings, Brandy! Sorry for the delayed response! Are you still having trouble? Do you use stitch markers? That might help you out. If you cannot distinguish the stitches, maybe you could make slightly looser stitches? I’m not sure what else you can do..If you are still having trouble, let me know and I can email you in more detail. Please contact me at littlemuggles@yahoo.com!

  61. Pam says:

    Thank you for the pattern they are so cute!!

  62. Jackie Butterill says:

    These are so cute, I am going to have to make some for the grandchildren. I collect owls so will be making some for myself as well. Thankyou so much for sharing the pattern

  63. lalo says:

    Adorable ces hiboux et puis quel joli travail bien soigné ! merci pour ce partage !

  64. Christy says:

    These are beautiful! I was thinking of making one and placing a bell in it so it was more of a rattle. Would I stuff just with poly fill if it is to be a baby toy? I am worried that they pellets would make it too heavy for a baby to pick up otherwise

    • amy says:

      Yes, stuffing it with polyfil will be perfect for a little one! I don’t think the pellets would be too heavy, but I’d be worried about the pellets getting out and being eaten. I love your rattle idea! Be sure to send me a pic! :)

  65. Jocelyne says:

    Je vous remercie pour ce jolie modèle j’adore les hiboux je vais m’empresser de le faire dés que j’ai finis mes encours pour la communion de ma petite fille

  66. Janet says:

    I just love this pattern. I named my owl Miss Whoo Whoo who goes there. She is wearing a little crystal necklace and instead of making ears for her, I made a lovely hat.

    I thought I’d looked everywhere but can’t find any reference to the sale of made items. Do you allow us to sell our finished owls?

  67. Janny says:

    Ik heb dit patroon via mijn tablet overgeschreven en ga deze tijdens mijn vakantie haken
    en maak er een sleutelhanger van voor aan mijn tas.
    Bedankt voor dit prachtige baby-uil patroon.
    Gr. J

  68. Scott says:

    I need a huge favor. A friend of mine really wants one of these. I have no clue how to make one. “This green owl was made using Vanna’s Choice yarn in Fern, Sapphire Blue, Terracotta, Linen, and Mustard” this is the one I am looking at. I know this sounds weird but if someone can make this for me. I would pay them. Scott Bleau pox box 420 Healy Alaska. 99743. Please let me know if you can help me.

  69. Jaci says:

    I’ve been saying that I’ll get busy and make some toys for the cancer hospital here in Cuenca, EC. These look to be the ticket. So darn cute.

    Thanks. (Now where did I pack those hooks???)

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  71. Sonja says:

    I have a question about the ears. I am confused at the third row. It says sc, inc, repeat twice…but there are only 4 stitches. Am I to continue beyond the actual 3rd row to finish the third row in the instructions? 9sc in 4sc…9sc in 6sc…6sc in 4sc. Can you please shed some light? Also, do you have a book or something that I could purchase with the instructions for your lovely creations?

    • amy says:

      HI there! At the end of Row 2, you have 4 stitches. Row 3 indicates that you should make a single crochet in the first stitch, increase in the 2nd stitch (make 2 single crochets in this st), make a single crochet in the 3rd st, and increase again in the 4th stitch. HOpe that helps!
      Thank you for your interest in my designs! I currently do not have a book solely with my designs. However, you can find a few of my patterns in the popular Zoomigurumi series, which is a compilation of patterns from different designers around the world.
      Happy crocheting!

  72. maria says:

    Heel mooi gedaan dat uiltje,
    Zeer leuk voor te haken.
    Gr.Maria

  73. Martha Frye says:

    I love the Little Muggles Baby Owl. im going to make some for my friends in my sew bee we have every Thrusday. what a great job you have done. thanks for sharing.

  74. Victoria R says:

    Thank you for the pattern now I can make something for the wildlife rehab center I volunteer for. Our mascot is the Owl. Thank you again.

  75. Steph says:

    So cute! I have been knitting and sewing for a long time but just started crocheting recently (a granny square blanket). I love owls and will have to make dozens of these for my littles and I to play with!

  76. Carol Derbis says:

    Love these! will do the own first and then may have to buy the “Lil Quack” My granddaughter LOVES ducks!
    Saw a tip on Dedri’s blog “Look at What I Made” http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=43cd232a6a074efe62e3b7797&id=7c16363f7c&e=860cee6675 (don’t have link to exact page, but it’s on her blog – for her stuffed amigurami. So stuffing doesn’t “leak” out (esp. for little ones), use clean old hose/pantyhose….and put your stuffing in those and knot ends…can still stuff items very well, but it won’t leak out…very clever. She calls them ‘stuffing bombs’ and she uses for all her Amigurami Amish Puzzle Balls

  77. hannah says:

    Love the pattern, I put dried beans in bottom instead of pellets and added a witches hat in preparation for Halloween! So cute!!

  78. Teri zachary says:

    Oh I love these little owls!! They are so cute!!! Cant wait to try em.

  79. Gloria says:

    I have a lot of left over yarn so now I can use it for these adorable owls … thank you so much for sharing the pattern

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  81. Grace says:

    I made 2 of these adorable owls for my grandaughters. The 2 yr old says ” this is my favorite ” thank you for such fun patterns

  82. Darinka Gilčvert-Berdnik says:

    Beautiful, I do this little muggles and I will want to do little frog:)

  83. vivian says:

    I can’t understand why it curls when you put all the st’s in and around is suppose to curl and how do you keep it so tight when you put the head in the body to sew together it

    • amy says:

      It shouldn’t be curling…please email me if you continue to have troubles. You may be reading the instructions wrong…

  84. Westers says:

    SUPER CUTE!!♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡

  85. kitten says:

    merciiiiiii
    c’est gentil
    <3

  86. doneva says:

    he’s so cute. am making him today. I like the idea of using the pellets so they are really squishy but I would also be wary of little kids with them. have you ever thought of making a bag the size of the head and body out of an old nylon and then pouring in the pellets? I use tulle as a liner because it comes in different colors and I don’t like seeing the stuffing through the stitches. just a thought. I have never tried the pellets but will be doing so in another project. thanks so much for sharing this little guy with all of us.

    • amy says:

      Someone else also mentioned the great idea of using the foot of a pair of nylons to make the bag. Ingenious! Using tulle is a great idea too! Thank you for sharing it – I bet a lot of people will benefit from your creativity!

  87. Kristine D says:

    Super adorable! I’m going to make some for my friend’s baby shower, which is owl-themed. I’d like her baby to be able to play with them at some point, so do you have any instructions/tips on fully crocheting the eyes instead of using buttons or hard pieces?
    Thank you for sharing this cute pattern!
    Kristine

    • amy says:

      Hi Kristine! How did your owls go? I commend you for thinking ahead in keeping the little ones safe! I don’t have any tips on how to crochet the eyes..I would probably use a tapestry needle and sew them on like I did the nose.

  88. Tammy Go says:

    Thank you so much for the cute pattern Amy,God bless you
    (\ /)
    ( * *)
    c(‘)(‘)
    *´¨)
    ¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨)Tammy Go.

  89. Maja says:

    I loved making these little owls. they are adorable and I will give them to my twins who’s birthday is coming up. Thanks for this great pattern! I loved it and the way it turned out! You are really good at what you do. Thanks

  90. Grandma Shauna says:

    Thank you for being so generous and sharing this pattern. I am having troubles making a jogless stripe, I have tried a lot of different tutorials and still can’t figure it out. What would happen if I joined the rows instead of using the spiral method? I Would appreciate your opionion before I remake it for the 5th time!

    Shauna

    • amy says:

      Hi Shauna, So sorry for the delayed response. I can share the link to the tutorial that I like to use. The stripes are never completely even for me either..http://needlenoodles.com/home/node/139 I’ve never tried joining the rows vs. spiral..I’m sorry I couldn’t tell you what would happen and how to adjust the pattern for it! Good luck!

  91. Koosha says:

    Hi here! I am fairly new to amigurumi…I am doing your cute little owl as my beginner’s project. I am currently doing the head. I am not sure how you get 18 stitches in the third row..if you have 12 stitches from the previous rows, single crochet and increase that gives you 15 stitches. I am confused! Hope I can get some help!

    • amy says:

      In the second row, you end with 12 stitches. For the 3rd row, you will be making an increase in every other stitch. You increase 6 times and that’s how you end up with 18 stitches at the end of the round. I hope that helps you! Please email me if you have further questions! littlemuggles@yahoo.com

      • Koosha says:

        Hello Amy!
        Thank you! I know where I went wrong…I was actually reading the pattern wrong *sigh* thank you for your response nevertheless! :) half of the head is done! :)

  92. marian fraser says:

    Hi Amy, love your owls and looking forward to trying them. Wondered what worsted wool weight yarn is. I have not heard of it before. many thanks Marian

  93. simin says:

    Hello Amy,

    Thank you very much . I made them for my little girl, they are so cute.

  94. Gigi says:

    I found these when searching Pinterest for owls. My daughter is expecting in March and she has started collecting owls for her precious little one. Thank you for sharing!

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