Tawny owl free knitting pattern
I know just how much love there is out there for Claire Garland’s adorable knitted creations, so I’m delighted to share this adorable tawny owl free knitting pattern with you here. As well as the free to download pattern, I’ve also shared Claire’s super-helpful video tutorial. Perfect if you get stuck or would just like a little help.
What I love about Claire’s designs is how much personality she creates. This adorable little owl is no exception. Hope you enjoy making him/her. Surely the perfect knitting project as we head into Autumn?
Access the pattern by clicking here. Then click the download icon (downward arrow top, right).Tawny Owl Knitting pattern
Watch the How to Make video here:
What you’ll need:
To make the owl using the same yarns as Claire:
Needles: Pair 4mm/US 6 knitting needles
toy filling or scraps of fabric or yarn for stuffing
length of yellow cotton or wool yarn for beak
18mm brown toy safety eyes (3in)
Bird wire legs (Claire used these white ‘large’ legs from TheMakerss.co.uk)
Glue for sticking yarn to wire.
This owl is knitted all in one, joining and sewing up parts as you go – but don’t let this daunt you – check out my video tutorial that goes with it (above) – so everything will be as clear as a bell!
You’ll have noticed the extensive yarn choice – these were the yarns I used but you can substitute with other similar type yarns – I tend to use mohair or lace weight yarns together with 4-ply or DK yarns for my patterns but for this project if you find a beautiful tweedy yarn then that would be just perfect – just make sure you maybe alter your needle size to suit (I suggested a 4mm/ size 6 for my choices which gives you a 8 inch owl approx.)
The eyes – I bought mine from Ebay but there are loads on Etsy and suncatchercrafteyes to choose from.
Dot Pebbles is listed in the From Britain with Love directory here >>
Discover other adorable patterns by Claire here:
Where to buy Dot Pebbles patterns
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