This post will be shorter than Owls, Part 1, but in fact it took much longer to write because it contains the instructions I wrote for making the owl. This is the final of three versions. You saw version 2 in the previous post with a crocheted beak.
There are PDF instructions for crocheting the front and back, the eye patch and the wings, and putting it all together. The instructions are detailed (10 pages). I guess I’d rather over explain than confuse someone. Hopefully this isn’t confusing.
I believe this is just in time for that most nocturnal of celebrations, Hallowe’en, although this version is crocheted in Rice Owl colors. I am very fond of blue and brown.
I had fun writing the pattern for this cute little guy! If you try it, please let me know if you like it. Thanks!
Instructions for Crocheted Owl (2.1 MB PDF file)
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Jennifer — Wed Oct 7, 2009 at 8:45 am (link)
It turned out really well and it’s very cute.
Peach — Sat Jul 9, 2011 at 2:19 pm (link)
I would like to make this owl, but I am unable to get the pdf page to load. I believe I have a recent version of adobe acrobat. Is the pdf still available at the given link?
Miriam — Mon Jul 11, 2011 at 10:08 pm (link)
Hi there Peach – I’ve emailed you the pattern.
The pattern is still up and available via PDF on the page as well.
michelle — Thu Apr 5, 2012 at 12:48 pm (link)
I was wondering what your policy was on selling the completed items from your patterns. My family is opening an etsy shop and I wanted to ask before I did anything. We will gladly give you the credit for the patterns.