Crochet Pattern Owl, Acorn & Oak Leaf

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Crochet Pattern Owl, Acorn & Oak Leaf Pattern


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Crocheting: Crochet Pattern Owl, Acorn & Oak Leaf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • double crochet
  • half double crochet
  • treble crochet
  • working in the round
  • slip stitch
  • increase
  • decrease

Pattern Description:

Crochet Pattern Owl, Acorn & Oak Leaf - Woodland Pattern Pack No.1 - PDF Pattern - Toy - Charm - Nature Table

Make these cute little Owl, Acorn and Oak Leaf patterns - a sweet little woodland play set, also ideal for the nature table or shelf, and as a seasonal decoration. They can also be used to make brooches, or to adorn other projects, like bags, scarves, hats etc, or as phone/bag charms.

These 3 constitute my Woodland Pattern Pack No.1 - look out for more themed pattern packs in my shop

Uses 4mm and 6mm hook sizes.

USA crochet terminology is used throughout, but I am willing to help with conversion to UK terminology if this is difficult for you.

Copyright for the design belongs to Beverley Campbell, The Enchanted Grove. Please do not sell or distribute the pattern.


Using the 4mm hook, the owl you see in the photos, is 3.25" (8.5cm) tall and the same wing tip
to wing tip. The branch he is on measures 7" (18cm) long. The oak leaf is 4" (10cm) long and
2" (5cm) wide. The acorn is 2.3" (6cm) from tip to stem and 0.8" (2.2cm) wide. Using different
sized hooks will produce different sized finished items.

About Designer

About Designer

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Hello and Welcome to The Enchanted Grove

I have been crafting since I was a little girl and professionally for the last 4 years. My crochet work and patterns are inspired by the changing seasons, the natural world, folklore and mythology.

I have also had some of my designs featured in the UK's Inside Crochet magazine.

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