Owl toy or container PDF crochet pattern

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Owl toy or container PDF crochet pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • crocodile stitch

Pattern Description:


You can make a toy or can set a jar inside and use it as a container. You could also use it in the washroom to hold an extra toilet paper roll. You could use it in a nursery to hold supplies. There are a lot of possibilities.

As you can see, I am using the crocodile stitch. If you do not know it, do not panic! It is just the right time to learn something new and I'll do my best to teach you! You will fined photo tutorial in the end of the pattern.

The pattern is quite straight forward, detailed with lots of pictures so you won't be lost!
I use USA terminology for my pattern but all the differences are explained in the pattern.

You can choose other yarns with different gauge -however, the dolls measurements will change, so you have to correct eye-size.

For pattern in German go in to my Ravelry shop.


7 stitches and 6 rows = 1 inch in sc

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 22cm


  • You will need 150 grams of DK yarn
  • 2 black buttons size 2 cm (0.78 inch)
  • Lining (any old t-shirt or sweater)
  • Polyester fibrefill (for toy)
  • Jar/basket/ cardboard tube (for container)

You Will Also Need:

  • 3 mm (US C/2) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch marker

Suggested yarn:

450 yards of DK weight

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I learned how to crochet in childhood, but since then I haven't crocheted much. When my gorgeous boy arrived and I became a mum, I had more time for craft.
The first thing I made was a vest with a big pink Volkswagen beetle in the front. My son loved it, so I crocheted more and more and everything that I made he loved! What a success!
So now crocheting is my official hobby which I am now ...

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