Crocheted owl amigurumi - how to make a crocheted owl amigurumi.

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Owls are loved by crochet designers, especially those specializing in amigurumi. Their large eyes, very simple form and adorable ears make for a great and adorable theme. Small amigurumi owls are great for beginners, because their form is very simple, and they work up fast. Make a whole bunch for your family and friends – they will love it! 

Mr. Murasaki Owl Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

Mr. Murasaki is a great way to make a lovely, sleepy owl that sets a great example for your kids. See? Mr. Murasaki’s asleep and you should be as well. This is a very cute and huggable amigurumi doll that is safe even for the littlest ones. Well done Mei Li Lee! Links to free patterns are under the pictures.

Mr. Murasaki Owl Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

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Mr. Murasaki Owl Amigurumi

An Owl Is Born… Free Crochet Pattern

This cute little amigurumi owl sits on his perch on a tree branch. The pattern is quite simple, but the overall effect is absolutely great. In particular, the balancing act is well designed. It’s perhaps not the best toy for the youngest kids, but the older ones will greatly appreciate this bird keeping watch over their desk or bookshelf. We like this pattern for its clever solutions that make an interesting and highly decorative amigurumi.

An Owl Is Born... Free Crochet Pattern

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An Owl Is Born…

Abby The Owl Free Crochet Pattern

Abby The Owl Free Crochet Pattern

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