O is for Owl: Crochet Owl Applique

O is for Owl
If you’ve been a long time follower of my blog you know I have a little obsession over owls :) Whoooo can resist their cuteness! You may recognize this pattern. It’s the beginning part of my Owl Granny Square. You can find the original pattern HERE but I am re-posting the owl portion below. Feel free to make this little cutie in multiple colors or crochet in one color and stitch on embellishments as I did.

– Worsted weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Aqua (its a baby color), with a little bit of puple, mustard (yellow), white and black for embellishments.
– Size G Crochet Hook (the bigger the hook the bigger the appliqué and vice versa)
– Tapestry needle

Sl St = Slip Stitch
SC =  Single Crochet
HDC = Half Double Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
TC = Triple Crochet

Owl Applique Pattern:
Magic Ring, Chain 1, 8 HDC in magic ring, join to first HDC, chain 1
Round 2: 2 HDC in each around, join to first HDC, change color (16 HDC)
Round 3: Chain 2, 2 DC in each around, join to first DC, chain 1 (32 DC)
Round 4: HDC, in next stitch: DC – TC – DC, SC in next 5, in next stitch: DC – TC – DC, HDC in next, slip stitch to join.
fasten off, weave in ends.

Eyes: make 2 

Magic Ring, Chain 1, 8 SC in magic ring, join to first SC, fasten off leaving a long tail to sew on. 
Stitch on black yarn for eyes.
Beak and Feet: Sew on yellow yarn with tapestry needle. Loop the yarn through 3 times to make both the feet and beak.

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  1. says

    Great, a smiling little owl. In my language all these animals have other names. So I will look how I can make a Dutch alphabet with your patterns. Thanks for sharing.

    Dear greetings, Margaret

  2. Connie says

    Like this pattern only I do it with more rounds so square is bigger. Works up faster. There is a bit of work for each little critter. ☺

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