Crocheted owl ornaments hanging on a christmas tree.

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Searching for a speedy and adorable little decoration for your Christmas tree? Well, look no further, these charming and beautiful little owls work up very quickly and can be made in whatever hues you pick. For a fun, offbeat look you can run with vivid hues as was done in the picture. However, if you need a more woodsy look, you can make them in greys, browns or even all white for a snowy owl. Packed with Poly-Fil, they are light which is ideal for decorating the tree. The bodies are crocheted in one piece with the wings sewn on afterwards. Felt eyes and beaks are stuck on and after that a string is added to hang. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. The link to the free pattern and tutorial is below.

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