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Hootie Who Owl Ornament


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Skill level: Intermediate These cute little hanging owls are great for decorating just about anything. Trees, purses, backpacks, the places you can put these are endless. With basic increases and decreases you can make one of these up super quick. But don't stop at making small ornaments, change to a bigger yarn and hook and make a full size stuffed animal. Make a bunch to decorate your kid's bed. It's such an easy pattern that you can make them for everyone. Recommended Yarn Lightweight or sock weight yarn Recommended Hook 2.5mm [US-C] Finished Measurements: 2.5" x 2.5" The pattern gives you instruction on how to create the single color owl and then gives you color change information for the monochromatic owl and striped owl (all pictured). The owl pattern is in .pdf format so you will need Adobe Reader to open the document and print it. Just a quick reminder, this is my original design and this pattern is not to be copied and reproduced for monetary purposes, I'd love if you made as many as you liked for yourself or to give as gifts, or even sell for profit (see my shop policies for more info on this), but please do not make copies of the pattern. Thanks! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet color change (if working striped owl) increase decrease

Supplies Needed

  • fingering weight yarn
  • 2.75mm [US-C] crochet hook

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HEY EVERYONE! I’M DEJA JETMIR, THE DESIGNER BEHIND CROCHET EVER AFTER. Sign up for my newsletter. I offer new patterns at 50% for the first week with promo codes exclusive to the newsletter. Click here to sign up now (copy and paste if not clickable): READ ON TO LEARN A LITTLE ABOUT ME. How long you been crocheting? From the time I learned from my great-grandmother until now — over 25 years. Actual time crocheting (my 20s were a blur of school, work and debt, having a stash was not an option)– probably about 15. How’d you start designing? I got pregnant. I picked up the hook to make some stuff. I realized I liked designing rather than following a pattern, now I’ve been doing it over 6 years. Favorite yarn? Self striping in beautiful vibrant colors Where ya from? I spent the better part of my life in Southern California, and while I miss Disneyland and the predictable weather, I find that moving around from place to place a more interesting adventure. Currently I’m living with my family in the Bay Area but that will probably soon change as my husband’s military orders do. Update: I’m not back in Southern California for at least the next year. We’ll see where the Navy takes us next.