Crochet Baby Owls That Look Adorable as Ornaments
In case you hadn’t figured it out by now, we’ve sort of got a bit of a thing for owls. But then again, who on Earth could possibly resist anything as cute as these little guys, right?
The very best craft projects are always those that make versatile little goodies. And when we say these amazing little crochet baby owls are versatile … well, let’s just say you better believe we mean it!
There’s so much you can do with these crafted cuties, chances are you’ll find yourself making dozens of them. From key chains to stocking stuffers to party favors and right through to Christmas tree decorations, anywhere there’s the call for an added dash of joy, you cannot go wrong with these. And we must say thank you to Josephine Wu for the cool project.
What’s more, the addition of a pin or clip is all it takes to make yourself a bunch of hair accessories, or perhaps a cute little decorative touch to add to a hat, scarf, bag or anything else you fancy – even the sky isn’t the limit for a cute baby owl!
As always, we’ve come across what we believe to be the very best and easiest-to-follow pattern, which can be accessed free of charge via the link below. A great crochet craft project for those still mastering their new talents, they take no time at all to knock out and are very forgiving when it comes to little mistakes … which is always a bonus.
In terms of the crochet stiches required, the pattern focuses on the following:
- Crochet in a round
- Single crochet
- Single decrease
- Single increase
You’ll also need a few very basic supplies, which are as follows:
- Any color worsted-weight yarn of your choosing
- Colored thread to create the beak
- Felt to cut out for eyes (white, green, yellow etc)
- Crochet hook – F/5 3.75mm
- Plastic safety eyes (Two 6mm for owl)
- Stuffing for the owl (your choice)
- Yarn needle
- Embroidery needle
- Fabric glue
That’s all you’ll need to get going – share your thoughts and comments with our readers below.
Note : All images by Josephine Wu from A Morning Cup Of Jo