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Baby Owl Free Pattern!

Baby Owl Free Pattern!
This green owl was made using Vanna’s Choice yarn in Fern, Sapphire Blue, Terracotta, Linen, and Mustard My baby owls are all made with Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice worsted weight yarns. They are approximately 4.5 inches high. Size USD3/3.25mm crochet hook Medium/worsted weight yarn Sport weight yarn in White (for eye circles) 12mm safety eyes Blunt end tapestry needle Polyester pellets Polyester fiber fill Stitch marker Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st [12] Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around [18] Rnd 4 – sc around [18] Rnd 5 – (2sc, inc) repeat around [24] Rnd 6 – (3sc, inc) repeat around [30] Rnd 7 – (4sc, inc) repeat around [36] Rnd 8 – sc around [36] Rnd 9 – (5sc, inc) repeat around [42] Rnd 10-14 – sc around [42] Rnd 15 – (5sc, dec) repeat around [36] Rnd 16 – (4sc, dec) repeat around [30] Rnd 17 – (3sc, dec) repeat around [24] Rnd 18 – (2sc, dec) repeat around [18] Fasten off Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring Assembly is fairly simple. And that’s it! Side View Related:  animauxamigurumis

Obsessed Domestic Diversidades: patrones gratis de crochet, amigurumi y manualidades: APLIQUES DE CROCHET Para acceder a los patrones o tutoriales (siempre gratuitos) clicar en el enlace que hay debajo de cada fotografía (o directamente en la fotografía), y os conducirá directamente a la página en la que se encuentra.Los pies de foto que comienzan con un asterisco están en idiomas distintos al castellano (normalmente inglés), pero son de muy fácil traducción con ayuda del traductor de Google (el cual traduce directamente las paginas) o bien se entienden muy bien gracias a las fotografías. En caso de que encontréis algún error en un enlace escribidme un comentario.Tenéis que tener en cuenta que algunos de los patrones están en páginas que requieren inscripción gratuita. To access the (always free) patterns or tutorials click on the link below each picture (or directly in each picture), and it will lead directly to the page on which it is located. Muchas gracias!!!

Ahooka – Geeky, fun & colorful crochet amigurumi Giggle and Hoot Crochet Pattern I do not mind if you sell any Hoot's that you make but please do not sell or post this pattern anywhere else. Also, i'd love to see pictures of anything you guys make with this pattern. Email them to me at and i'll post them here! MaterialsTo make Hoot you will need:A crochet hook (I used a 3.5mm)Yarn in the following colours: Blue, Orange, Cream, White and BlackTapestry needlePolyfill StuffingTiny piece of black felt for the pupilsAbbreviationsSc- Single crochetDc- Double crochetHdc- Half double crochetCh- Chainsc2tog- Single crochet 2 together. To sc2tog: insert your hook into a stitch and draw up a loop. Round 1: 6sc in Magic Ring (6) Round 2: 2sc in each sc around (12) Round 3: *2sc in next sc, sc 1* repeat around (18) Round 4: * 2sc in next sc, sc 2* repeat around (24) Round 5: *2sc in next sc, sc 3* repeat around (30) Change colour to cream Round 6: *2sc in next sc, sc 4 * repeat around (36) Round 7: sc in next 2, hdc in next 3, dc in next 3 Fasten off. Fasten off

Knitted Bunny Made From A Single Square You can knit this button cute Bunny in next to no time using a single square. Yes, you heard right! This is the perfect project for beginners and you are guaranteed to love the results. It’s so simple as it is made from a knitted square – any size is fine – and all you need a little bit of yarn and your knitting needles and of course a fluffy tail! How To Knit Bunny From Single Square -: We have included a short video tutorial for you that steps you through the process. What You’ll Need YarnKnitting needlesneedlethreadStuffingScissors Get the Pattern — Knitted Bunny Free Pattern Get the Pattern — Square Bunny Free Knitting Pattern Our member Olly made these Bunnies for her grandchildren! Our member Melissa made this bunny for her granddaughter! Get the Tutorial — Sock Bunny Tutorial

Pattern: Elephant - All About Ami Crochet these absolutely adorable, whimsical elephants with a brilliant amigurumi technique that requires minimal attaching. Make them in a multitude of colours and add some fabric lining to the ears as a pretty touch! This elephant is an original design by Japanese artist Chisachi Kushima. Materials: Note: I worked in continuous rounds (vs. joined rounds). Body: Ch 9 ( this is the foundation chain), R1: Starting from second chain from hook, Sc 7 in back loops of foundation chain. 3 sc in last stitch. ***To see a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet around a foundation chain, please see HERE! R2: 1 inc, 6 sc, 3 inc, 6 sc, 2 inc (24) R3: 8 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc, 1 inc, 11 sc (27) R4: 1 inc, 9 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc, 1 inc, 6 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc (33) R5: 2 sc, 1 inc, 6 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc, 1 inc, 11 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc, 1 inc (39) R6: 1 inc, 11 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, 1 inc, 8 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc (45) R11: 1 sc in each sc (66) R13: 1 sc in each sc (72)

Owl Pattern This is an Amigurumi Owl I came up with last night. Aaron has cleverly chosen to name him Hooter (real original) and because it is so simple, I’ve chosen to share my pattern with the world! Hooter is now up for sale in my Etsy shop, you can find him by clicking HERE hah If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments. This is a good “first-timers” pattern since there is so little to it. How to Single Crochet (you can learn here)What a magic ring isHow to decrease These are the materials you will need Dark Brown YarnLight Brown YarnBlack YarnGold Yarnwide eyed Sewing needleSewing thread (I use embroidery thread that coordinates with the yarn)ScissorsBlack felt (for eye brow, print out pattern is posted under “Eyes”)Orange embroidery threadSize G Hook Abbreviations used in this pattern are- SC- Single CrochetST- StitchSTS- StitchesDEC- DecreaseF/O- Fasten off So here it is: Eyes- *Make Two (With black yarn) sc 6 into magic ring (6) (switch to gold) 2 sc in each st around (12) Body-

Oveja Aurelia | Chica outlet Este patrón no es mío sino de la fabulosa Esperanza Rosas siempre tan clara y didáctica.Quería empezar el año aprendiendo algo nuevo así que incursioné en el punto popcorn que le da textura a esta tierna ovejita. El resultado me ha gustado tanto que me dieron ganas de tejer una boina, vamos a ver si encuentro el tiempo para hacerlo antes de que llegue el invierno.El patrón original escrito y con videos tutoriales pueden verlo en este link: lana bebé para hacerla.La parte blanca la tejí con aguja 3.0 mm y la parte marrón con aguja 1.75 mm por eso quizas noten tambien una diferencia de proporciones con la original.A mi me quedó de un tamaño aproximado de 10 cm.También me tomé la libertad de hacer una modificación en las patas ya que quería que el muñequito quede parado y agregué la florcita en el cuello para darle un poco de color.Si les gusta más mi versión acá les dejo el patrón de las patas:

Pouki – le doudou de Garfield ❀ Ceci est une traduction ❀ Site d’origine : Un crochet de 3.75mm a été utilisé pour ce patron: Tête: -Cm de 6 ms -aug sur l’ensemble du rang (12) -[ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (18) -[2ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (24) -[2ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (32) -[3ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (40) -ms sur l’ensemble du rang 2 fois (40) -[4ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (48) -[5ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (56) – ms sur l’ensemble du rang 2 fois (56) -[13ms, aug] sur l’ensemble du rang (60) – ms sur l’ensemble du rang 2 fois (60) -[13ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (56) – ms sur l’ensemble du rang (56) -[5ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (48) -[4ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (40) -[3ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (32) -[3ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (24) -[2ms, dim] sur l’ensemble du rang (18) – Finaliser Body: Pied: Bras:

Amigurumi | Pattern | Baby Chick Amigurumi Remember Jenny And Teddy Etsy shop that I mentioned in my How-To Amigurumi tutorial? Jane, the girl behind the shop who sells amigurumi patterns and the finished dolls is here to teach us how to amigurumi a little cutie baby chicky. I heart it when Jane showed me the photo and can’t wait to share this easy pattern that she specially designed for Craft Passion with you. She used light weight acrylic yarn with a matching 1.25mm hook size to make this 3- 3 1/2″ little baby chick. Jane has a personal blog under the same name “JennyAndTeddy” where she journals the amigurumi tips together with her amigurumi designing journey. Besides, Jane is so generous that she is going to giveaway one her finished doll : Lady Bug Sofia, designed and made by herself. Baby Chicky Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by jennyandteddy. Finish Size Approximately 3 – 3 1/2″ Size varies depending on the size of yarn and crochet hookMaterials To make you will need 1. Head: make 1 piece with your choice of yarn color.

Free Crochet Pattern in English & Dutch: French Mini Peacock Feather | TheCurioCraftsRoom Here it is! My first free crochet pattern, the French Mini Peacock Feather (you can read why it is called "French" in my previous post). General information & what you needSkill level: easy / beginnersHook: 2.5 mm / CTapestry needleMotif size: approx. 4 x 5 cm / 1.6 x 2 inchYarn brand and weight: Scheepjes Catona mercerized cotton, sport / 5 plyYou can order Scheepjes Catona yarn from Wool Warehouse or Deramores. For the 6 peacock feathers in the picture above I used the following colours: Beige: Scheepjes Catona 257 Deep purple: Scheepjes Larra 7401 Purple: Scheepjes Catona 282 Fuchsia: Scheepjes Catona 128 Pink: Scheepjes Catona 398 Red: Scheepjes Catona 192 Rust: Scheepjes Catona 388 Moss green: Scheepjes Catona 395 Apple green: Scheepjes Larra 7414 Teal: Scheepjes Larra 7424 Mint: Scheepjes Larra 17335 Blue: Scheepjes Catona 400 Light blue: Scheepjes Larra 7425Crochet Terms used in this pattern: US Stitches used in this pattern: Base Colour A (Scheepjes Catona 257)

Craft in Paris – Création d'objets poétiques Little Muggles | Sammy the Seal SAMMY the SEAL I created this baby seal back in late 2014 when I was trying to come up with something suitable for the upcoming winter months. When I finished this little guy, I immediately jumped into other projects without writing its pattern up. Now that spring is almost here, I was thinking about hanging onto it until next winter but I’ve been surprised by the number of ongoing inquiries regarding Sammy so I decided I had to find some time to sit down and work on this pattern for you all! And to thank you for all of your patience and for your ongoing support of my work and designs, I would like to present this pattern to you for FREE! Happy crocheting, everyone!! XOXO, Amy Vanna’s Choice yarn in White, Linen (a soft gray), Silver Blue (a pale blue), and Charcoal Gray (dark gray for nose)12mm black safety eyesUSD3/3.25mm crochet hookyarn needlefiber fillblack embroidery thread for whiskers Head and Muzzle complete! use white yarn Sew the nose on with charcoal yarn. making the tail…