These tiny owls will fit into your pocket perfectly. Today’s collection of Lucky Charm Amigurumi Owls is full of ideas for cute little toys. They can be used as lucky charms, keychains, or become a part of something bigger, like garland for a nursery or baby mobile. These patterns doesn’t require advanced crocheting skills, so if you are a beginner, don’t worry. You will make them in no time, while learning something new. Written patterns provide clear instructions and some of them have colorful step-by-step phototutorials. Create a bunch of these crochet owls for your kids or friends. It’s a great way to get rid of yarn scraps, too! Remember to add little details like embroidery, applique, or different colour schemes, to give them more character. Links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Skills: Easy Designer: Andrea Cretu
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Ernesto il Gufo Free Crochet Pattern
These tiny owls are the cutest. Give them away as little gifts to your guests, or make keychains.
Go to the pattern: Ernesto il Gufo Free Crochet Pattern
Baby Owls Free Crochet Pattern
These fun owls are very easy to make and will look perfect in nursery. The eyes are customizable, so you can play with the final look!
Go to the pattern: Baby Owls Free Crochet Pattern
Austin Owl Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
These owls are for absolute beginners. Adding button eyes and felt details will transform basic crochet into cute little creatures.
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Owl Charm Free Crochet Pattern
This sleepy owl looks cute in pink. What colour would you choose?
Go to the pattern: Owl Charm Free Crochet Pattern
Amigurumi Little Owl Free Crochet Pattern
Use all your leftover yarn ends to create this colorful bunch of friends. Play with embroidery and details!
Go to the pattern: Amigurumi Little Owl Free Crochet Pattern