Small Owl – Free Crochet Pattern

Hi my loves! How are you? Looking forward to the weekend? We blinked and another week passed. We hope you enjoyed it and in the midst of the activities you still managed to do some crafts. Today we are going to share a super nice amigurumi, Small Own. A nice little owl, with details that enchant and make everything even more beautiful. Amigurumis are here to stay. Just like the crochet technique, little by little the amigurumis became more known and new models appeared.

The rule is simple, the more practitioners of the technique, the more models, stitches ideas emerge and we all benefit from it. Today we have amigurumis of characters, objects, animals, everything we can imagine. They look so beautiful in the decoration of the little ones room, in the toy spaces. You can make it as a gift for someone you love. Have you ever thought about giving as a souvenir on a special occasion?

In addition to doing it yourself, you have seen your work publicized, leaving everyone delighted and who knows, maybe getting some orders. As soon as the majority of artisans begin to offer their work, which is so unique and incredible. The small owl is very delicate, making with the same materials that the desinger used, your owl will be about 6 cm. It is the most beautiful thing and can be used as a keychain too.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Kristi Tullus

Small Owl Materials:

As for the materials, for the small owm you will need:

  • Yarn; You will need about 10g of beige and a couple of grams of pink, purple and white yarn.
  • 2.25 – 3.50 mm crochet hook (US hook size 2/C – 4/E) or according to the yarn.
  • Polyester fiberfill, wool, wadding etc. for stuffing.
  • Cotton embroidery floss.
  • 9 mm safety eyes or buttons, beads, felt etc.
  • Yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker.

Work in a continuous spiral, do not join rounds or turn your work, unless instructed otherwise in the pattern. The rest of the walkthrough is available from Kristi Tullus. There you will find the description of all the rounds, how to make the details that make all the difference in the owl, tips and suggestions. The pattern is very detailed, but if you have any doubts, you know you can count on us. We want to know what you think too. We fell in love with the owl. With the materials in hand, let’s crochet!

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