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Ultimate Upcycled Owl


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One of my oldest friends was browsing Pinterest with her 5 year old daughter, who is obsessed with owls, and saw an amigurumi owl that she loved. My friend Facebooked me asking me if I could make something similar and this was the pattern that was born. I call it the Ultimate Upcycled Owl because it can be made with leftover yarn from your stash, scrap fabric, a little yellow felt and leftover buttons, you can even use mismatching buttons which is always adorable. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Single Crochet in the round Increase Decrease SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3 inches high PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Any

Supplies Needed

  • Scrap Fabric
  • Size G, H, or I Hook
  • Leftover Yarn

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My name is Joy Grise, which explains the name of my business. I am an award winning crochet designer and my work has been published in Love of Crochet magazine. Here you will find my independent designs. I first picked up a hook when I was 11 and a mentor of mine wanted to learn to crochet, so she took me with her to her crochet class. It did not capture my 11-year-old imagination, and I left my hook. I picked the hook up again when I was 18 and I needed something constructive to pour my stress into. I only knew the granny square. I completed two granny-square baby blankets in one weekend. And that was how it started. I now was making baby blankets for all of my friends' babies (and in my world that is a surprisingly large number of babies). I soon got tired of the granny square and began looking at other crochet stitches and teaching myself to read patterns. The more I looked at crochet patterns the more I realized that there were too many I did not like. Why couldn't crochet be trendy and fun? And that is how I started designing.