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Knitted Owl Patterns Pinterest Best Ideas

You’re going to love knitted owl patterns and they are just so much fun to make and they look great. Check them out now …

It’s no secret that we are huge Owl fans around here. When we came across these super cute knitted owls patterns we were keen to share with you. We’ve rounded up the Pinterest most popular Pins.

Be sure that you scroll our page to the end for all the different versions and and don’t forget to pin your favorites as you go.

 Owl Knitted Patternvia Ravelry 

The above Knitted Owls are known as Knitted Owl Puffs. Are they the cutest little fellas you ever did see? We absolutely love how cute they are.

They look great all grouped together aswell.

Knitted Owls via Craftsy 

Their big eyes and the two tone colors look OWLdorable. You can see there are just so many different ways that you can knit them up. You can get as creative as you like.

Let your imagination run wild.

 

Knitted Owl Pattern Video Tutorial

We have included a video tutorial that shows you how to knit up a larger version of the knitted Owl. This pattern has beautiful cable stitches to give a lovely texture. To make this pattern you’ll need size US15 circular knitting needles or double pointed needles. The video is easy to follow. Click Play above to watch now ^

knit owls pattern

via Ocean of Stitches Ravelry

We adore the button eyes on these cuties! This is a free pattern from Ravelry. There is a pattern for knitters and one for crocheters too. Both are very easy to follow and use basic stitches.

You can stick with the buttons for eyes, or use safety eyes if you prefer. The free pattern can be downloaded here on Ravelry.

via Love Knitting

How cute is this one? It’s a really simple pattern using 2 beads for eyes. The beak is knitted into this one rather than out of felt. It’s another simple shape. Grab your free pattern here

via Natural Suburbia

Meet Seamus the Owl! This pattern uses some felting wool and a felting needle. This gives the eyes and beak a really unique and soft look. We also love how they tied off the ears and added some little wings on the side! This pattern has a lot of details. It’s also another one that’s easy to follow! You can get your free pattern on here

Knit Owl Puff via Patchouli Moon Studio

The pattern for these Puff Owls comes from Jenna Krupar on Ravelry. She made a hanging display using branches and leaves.

Owl Puffs Free Pattern via Ravelry 

They look cute on their own, or stacked like above! They are perfect for hanging in a corner or anywhere at all.

  Pattern via ToyShelf Etsy Shop

This bright and colorful family of owls are little toys. A perfect gift for a child, or even for a baby shower. These knit up very quickly and you can make them in three different sizes, as shown.

Pattern via ToyShelf Etsy Shop

Every piece of these is knitted including their eyes and beaks, which are made as appliques. You can get the pattern here

get pattern via Etsy —>  Owl Knitted Pattern


Wouldn’t this be the perfect addition to your tree this year? It would also make a wonderful little gift to hand out to coworkers or neighbors. It’s very small and easy to make, and you’ll find you can get these done very quickly.

 Snowy Owl Ornament via Just Crafty Enough

They are so sweet looking, especially with those big bead eyes! You can find this free pattern here

Love Owls via YarnNeedlesAndThread Etsy Shop

These beautiful looking owls are another easy project. They look lovely and soft in the alpaca yarn. The neutral tones could easily be changed to something brighter if you prefer. You can find this pattern on Etsy here.

Pattern via ToyShelf Etsy Shop

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