Bunny Mummy Crochet Owl – Tried and Tested

Bunny Mummy Owl FinishedI have found a fabulous Owl crochet pattern with a great photo tutorial over on Bunny Mummy’s Blog. The crochet owl was easy to make and I love him so much (he is already called Ollie) that I couldn’t wait to share some photos with you.

Although the pattern is written in US terms, Bunny Mummy gives you a helpful conversion guide for UK term hookers – this stitch summary chart might also help.

If you are after a cute little crochet owl of your own, pop over to Bunny Mummy’s blog to grab the pattern.

Just incase you are in need of any more encouragement here are a few photos of little Ollie’s creation.

The main body pieces have a Granny Circle at their heart.

Bunny Mummy Crochet Owl Main PanelTwo mini circles are then crocheted and have a little bead or button stitched at the centre to form the eyes.

Bunny Mummy Eye

Bunny Mummy Owl front and back

Your little old owl takes on his / her character when you hand sew a triangle beak.

Bunny Mummy Owl Beak

It gets even more exciting when it’s time to stitch the main body pieces together.

He is so crochet cute already!

Bunny Mummy Owl no ears or wings

The ear tuffs were simple to make and helped to shape Ollie’s head.

Bunny Mummy Owl with ear tuffs

And then some crochet wings…

Bunny Mummy Wing

…were added to Ollie Owls body so he could fly.

(well you never know!)

Bunny Mummy side view wing

Isn’t he adorable!

Bunny Mummy Owl Finished

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18 thoughts on “Bunny Mummy Crochet Owl – Tried and Tested

  1. His ears! Oh my – I think I am in love with this little guy. My friend loves owls, and I have been trying to figure out which one to make for her, and i think this one is it. It was the ears that did me in. =)

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