Beautiful Crochet owl Free pattern

27 + Cute Amigurumi Crochet Owl patterns

It’s time for some amazing owl crochet patterns specoially picked for my owl lover. Cute amigurumi owl is a cutest thing and a perfect great gift idea. 

Other crochet animal amigurumi’s on the blog includes: Dogs, Elephants and Bears.

My older son loves Owls and I have made him 2 – 3 versions. These cute and cuddly creatures are a fun and creative way to hone your skills and add some charm to your home decor.

From simple amigurumi designs to creating owl motifs and to intricate mandala owls, there’s a pattern for every skill level and style. So grab your hooks and yarn, and let’s dive into the world of amazing crochet owls!

Pin these crochet owl patterns for later

How to crochet an owl

To crochet your owl, you shiould have a knowlwdge of the basic crochet stitches like: Chaon, slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet. Knowledge of magic ring is also helpful. You need to gather your materials, which include the following:

Yarn – The weight of which would be dependent on your preference. You can choose any weight of yarn from light weight to bulky yarn for your cute little owls. Faux fur yarn can also be used for supper bulky yarn weights Owl. The heavier the yarn, the bigger your crochet owl. I have always loved makign my amigurumi’s with cotton yarn.

Hook – Go with the size of crochet hook you are most comfortable with, especially the one suggested in the pattern. Most paterns calls for 2.5mm – 4 mm crochet hook.

Colors – You would need more than one color for a beautiful crochet owl. One of the most important details when making your owls is the facial details. You want those big and beautiful eyes to be sticking!

Safety eyes or Felt – Your eyes’ size would depend on how big the owl is. You would need a pair that ranges from 8 – 18 mm safety eyes or buttons. You could even cut out felts.

Beautiful Crochet owl Free pattern

Stuffings are an important part of crochet owls – Make sure not to overfill in order to achieve a perfect shape.

Tapestry needle – to sew in the ends.

After you have gathered your materials, the next thing in crocheting your owl is the sticking characteristics of an owl. 

You can make your Owl in the traditional Amigurumi style – where the body is made in one piece and the parts are made separately and joined together.

Another method is to make the main body in flat and then join them together. The post consists of patterns made using the methods above.

Beautiful Crochet Owls Patterns

Crocheting an owl can be a fun and creative project! Here are my favorite crochet owl-free patterns that range in level of difficulty.

Crochet Owl Ornament Project Ideas

Not only are Owls cute Amigurumi projects, but you can also make lovely ornaments from crochet Owls

Crochet Lovelies from Owl Patterns

Another fun project idea that you can turn your owls into is to make a lovely owl for the little ones!

Other fun and craeative project ideas from Crochet Owls

The list is endless, here are more project ideas that can be created with crochet Owls.

Here are some fun facts about Owls

Owls are special in many ways, and here are a few reasons why:

  1. Owls are excellent hunters – their large eyes provide great binocular vision and allow them to see in low-light conditions.
  2. Symbolism: Humans revered and feared owls for centuries and have been associated with wisdom, mystery, and magic. In many cultures, owls are symbols of protection and good luck.
  3. Diversity: There are over 200 species of owls, ranging in size from the tiny elf owl (which is only 5 inches tall).
  4. Intelligence: Owls are considered one of the most intelligent bird species and have been shown to have complex problem-solving abilities, communication skills, and memory.

I would love to see your beautiful crochet Owls made using the patterns in this roundup.

I can’t wait to see your beautiful makes! Come share your projects with me and the crochet community on Facebook and on Instagram.


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