Crochet Owl Motifs

Oh my goodness, Google ‘Crochet Owl Motifs’ and a gazillion options are laid before you.

I am wanting to make ‘Old Brown’ for what I’m now calling the Squirrel Nutkin Woodland Blanket, so I went in search of a pattern.

My go-to site after Attic24 is The Green Dragonfly as I know I can rely on the patterns

This is the Owl Pattern from Bunny Mummy that Green Dragonfly usedcrochet owl motif

Made with Stylecraft Special DK 4.5mm hook, Copper, Walnut and Pistachio with a Mustard beak and Trimit eyes. These eyes are not suitable for attaching to a blanket as their backs stick out too far.

The pattern is cute but not quite big enough for what I have in mind.

I searched some more and came across this little gem!owl, Pinterest

I think the owl for the blanket will have to be more ‘standard’ but I love the quirkiness of Zuzalinkaa’s designs – you can find her on Pinterest.

Even though there are masses of patterns out there, it looks like I might just have to make my own to get exactly what I want, but I’m so grateful for all the wonderful designers out there for the inspiration.

Now I’m off to see what Nanacathy is having a good old natter about this Friday

18 responses to “Crochet Owl Motifs

  1. I have now rethought my views on crochet…these are so cute.

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  2. I love owls – period! But I have never thought to crochet one – oh my! The times they are about to change 🙂 I look forward to seeing what you come up with…….

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  3. Owls are very popular though a lot are 3D. I used the Bunny Mummy one for a key ring attachment once!

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  4. These are all charming examples – will be interested to see your final version!

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  5. Laurie Graves

    Adorable!

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  6. This is the wonderful thing about Pinterest – allowing you creative spirits to inspire and influence one another. Fabulous.

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