Hoot Owl

from Sheila Zachariae

Hoot Owl Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Any adventurous beginner crocheter will be able to easily follow this pattern!
  • You should know how to single crochet

Pattern Description:

This stuffed hoot owlet (baby owl) is soft, squishy, sweet and looking for a child to love! His, or her, big eyes have sweet little buttons!

Try it in brown with white eyes and black buttons!

Make a parliament (group of owls)! Try a Mamma owl with fatter yarn and a larger hook and her babies!

For baby or toddler in the bed, crib, stroller, car or just for play!

Great one of a kind shower gift, birthday present or for any special child in your life!

Make him or her as firm or squishy as you like!

I would suggest washing just like any stuffed toy...in a pillowcase, tumble dry.

I am always available for help!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 1/2inches tall by 3inches wide


  • Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton in white for the body; taupe for the eyes, beak and feathers You only need a few yards of each color. Or any worsted medium weight (4) yarn will work.
  • US size F-5 crochet hook
  • Ruler or tape measure
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Polyester fiberfill (small amount)
  • two small buttons
  • sewing needle and thread

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
Sharity Wade on craftsy.com

Excellent Cute Little Owl  May 8, 2012

The pattern was easy to read and follow; and I ended up with cute little owl.

DesiLoopBySSK on craftsy.com

Good Very cute  April 20, 2012

I made mine much larger but used this pattern as basis. My son loves it.

About Designer

About Designer

Sheila Zachariae on craftsy.com

I was taught to knit by my mother in my teens in the '70's and I quickly went from that to cross stitch and then needlepoint.

Life goes on to a full time job, marriage, a child and then in early in 2004, I was forced to stay off my feet. I pick up the needles and started with knitting a scarf and then another, and then another! Next thing I know, I have 50 of them!

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