Thursday, February 17, 2011

Owls Two Ways (free pattern)


I just popped in to post up a duet of free patterns - more owls. I created a pair of universal patterns for simple one-piece owls, one knitted and one crocheted. These 2 patterns are together in one PDF for FREE DOWNLOAD HERE! (Ravelry.com PDF download.)

Yay! More Owls!

8 comments:

Crochet with Raymond said...

Hi Ana!
Wow, thank you for the offer of bread reicpes! I'd love them, you sounds like an expert on it! Thank you so much! My e-amil is pairawadesigns@gmail.com if you want to send me links! Also, I'm loving these owl patterns, just what I feel like making today! I'm going to download them and have a go!
Thank you!
XXX

Kelly said...

Hi, I love the knit owl, is it ok if I sell the owls I knit from your pattern??
Thanks,
Kelly

kayla said...

Hi, I have the same question as Kelly above- is it ok to sell the owls I create from your pattern? I love the crochet owl! I would give due reference to this site, of course.

Sarah @ Doormouse Doodles said...

These are adorable!! I will definitely be knitting one of these for my best friend's new little one Jack (if I can part with it once I finish - they look TOO cute for words!!). Thank you so much for sharing this pattern- I'll definitely plug your blog when I post the finished product! ;)

Silvia said...

Those Owls are adorable.....if I can ever tear myself away from The Beekeepers Quilt I love to make some. I also would like to know, just in case, if we are allowed to sell them. thank you so very much for sharing this with us

tiny squid said...

I'm knitting one of your owls for a friend's baby, but I'm confused about how to finish it off. What do you mean by "using tail, stitch under both legs (loops) of both stitches that face each other when the top is pressed flat. Stitch to other corner, secure end." I also don't understand how the corners will end up higher, creating the ears. Any help is appreciated! :) Thank you!

Criossa said...

I love your owls. I have made an army of them now. You can see pictures on my blog. Also I posted a link to here so people know who the credit goes too. Thanks for the pattern :)

Jana Bichara said...

I love this pattern!!! I just made the sweetest owl for my 3 month old neice. I stuffed the bottom of it w/ part of a wal-mart bag (she likes the crinkly noise) & the rest w/ poly-fil. Love it. Thank you for such a fun, easy pattern.