Top 5 Crochet Owl Patterns In The Yarn Box!

  • Corina
  • December 8, 2012 12:28 pm

Top 5 Crochet Owl Patterns from The Yarn Box

No matter where you go- whether it be online, TV  or the store, owls are EVERYWHERE! It’s no wonder owls are the newest trendy item- Owls are fun and adorable!  There are so many directions you can go with the stylish owl theme.

Here are the top 5 free crochet owl patterns we found in The Yarn Box.

 

1. Owl Ear Flap Hat by Repeat Crafter Me

Free Crochet Owl Hat PatternThis adorable Owl Hat by Repeat Crafter Me comes in ALL sizes! She has detailed directions for every step of the way. This version of the owl hat is great for beginners as well as the expert crocheters! This free owl hat crochet pattern is fun and perfect for everyone in the family.

 

 

 

2. Stuffed Lucy Owl by Little Red Fox Yarns

How adorable! This lovely Lucy Owl crochet pattern was designed and shared by Little Red Fox Yarns.  This stuffed owl was designed to put a smile on your loved one’s face. This owl is just perfect for gifts!  The pattern for this Lucy Owl was written very well and is easy to follow.

 

 

3. Crocheted Owlet Lovey by Jessie at Home

Owlet Lovey Pattern

The Owl Lovey: every child needs one! This tutorial, written by Jessie At Home, is one of the best written Lovey tutorials I have ever seen! She explains everything so well, making it really easy to follow. Not only is it an easy pattern to follow, it’s also adorable! This owl pattern can also have limitless color possibilities.

 

 

4. Owl Baby Set by Stitch11

 Complete Baby Owl Set Crochet PatternHow adorable would a 6 month old baby be in this owl baby set? This free crochet pattern by Stitch11 is perfect for a photo shoot or even just for every other day.   This is a great example for how to add your own style to an owl pattern with by simply changing the colors.

 

 

5. Wise Owl Tote Bag by Red Heart

Wise Owl Tote Bag Crochet Pattern

This awesome little Wise Owl Tote Bag crochet pattern is great for all ages, and both boys and girls. This unique owl pattern has easy instructions and is available for download. Your children and grand children will love their new bag!

 

 

 

 How have you been creative with the trendy owl?

If you have crocheted an owl and want to share your free pattern- put it in The Yarn Box!

Corina

Corina

Site Creator at TheYarnBox

My name is Corina Gray. I picked up a crochet hook Jan of 2012 and haven’t stopped hooking since.
My daughter, Ella, is my inspiration. Christmas of 2011 I was searching for mittens that would actually stay on her tiny hands. With no luck, I asked my husband, Chad, to make sure Santa brought me a crochet hook and some cheap yarn. He laughed as if I would never figure it out. Bahahah! Crochet is only as difficult as you make it. I am so excited to see what my crochet future will bring.

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