Crafts, DIY projects, FREE crochet sq3r technique of reading pdf, crock pot recipes and more! I posted this pattern on my friend Kara’s crochet blog, Petals to Picots, back in August in honor of her Granny Month. But I thought I would share it with you again and show you how the owl squares are being used! I made them into an owl bunting for my friend Shannon’s owl-themed gender reveal party!
But now it sits over her daughters crib! If you are interested in making a blanket with these squares and want to alternate between the owl granny square and a basic granny square, you can follow a basic granny square pattern like THIS ONE and your squares will be the same size. Click here for how to make a Magic Ring. This pattern would also make a great appliqué! DC, HDC in next, slip stitch to join. It’s best to start to the right of the ear. To start, draw your hook under the bottom of the DC, chain 3.
SC and chain 3, skip one, SC and chain 3, skip one, SC and chain 3, all the way around. In the end you will end up with 8 places where you have connected with SC’s and 8 chain 3 spaces. Around, slip stitch to join to the top of the first chain 3, fasten off. Around, slip stitch to join to the top of the first chain 3, fasten off, weave in all ends. Now you can add the embellishments to the owl.
Magic Ring, Chain 1, 8HDC in magic ring, join to first HDC, fasten off leaving a long tail to sew on. Sew on yellow yarn with tapestry needle. Loop the yarn through 3 times to make both the feet and beak. You can download a PDF of this pattern HERE. You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own.
Please do not re-publish photos as your own. Keep in touch on my Repeat Crafter Me Facebook Page for new pattern sneak peeks and when they will be available on my blog! Love the purple and pinkish one! What a super cute crochet pattern and some terrific examples of how to use it in creative ways! Thank you for sharing this here! I hadn’t seen your previous share. Thank you, thank you, thank you!