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Ollie the O`Go Owl

This adorable amigurumi owl trio was was designed as a crochet along pattern. Sarah Zimmerman created these feathery friends for hugging and surely a chenille yarn is a perfect choice. With a video tutorial and step by step instructions you can make a whole flock of these cute owls.

Ollie the O`Go Owl

Find original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on repeatcrafterme.com.

Owl Rattle

This sweet and easy owl can be made into a rattle or a simple toy. I love the shiny eyes and circle wings as well as little tufts at the end of its ears. Bomuldskys definitely knows how to crochet beautiful amigurumi so why not try one of her creations?!

Owl Rattle

Find original free pattern on bomuldskys.dk, or read more about it on Instagram.

Owl Amigurumi

This whimsical owl amigurumi will make a lovely decor for kiddie`s room. Mareeva Olga made the small owl with big staring eyes and flappy wings with advanced beginners in mind. It is too cute not to give it a go.

Owl Amigurumi

Find original free pattern on fireflycrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Owl & Snow Owl Amigurumi

These adorable crochet owls in the pictures below were made by StringyDingDing and make the best quick and last – minute gift ideas, that will be such a lovely addition to your kiddos play set! It makes for a beautiful addition to your kid’s room, a meaningful gift or even as part of your home décor!

Owl & Snow Owl Amigurumi

Find original free pattern on stringydingding.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Macho the Owl

This adorable crochet owl in the pictures below is such a little cutie, don’t you think? It’s another lovely softie creation to add to your selection of crochet amigurumi that’s made by Morine’s Shop. It’s also a fantastic gift idea, ideal for your kiddos!

Macho the Owl

Find original free pattern on morinesshop.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Lovely Peach Owl

This little cutie by Amigurumi.Today is an adorable owl, that can be a really fun decoration for your home and your kiddos room. What’s more, feel free to gift it to all your friends that love owls! You can easily make a key chain out of it, or just hang it somewhere, like for instance on your window.

Lovely Peach Owl

Find original free pattern on amigurumi.today.com, the photos are here

Barn owl CAL | Kerkuil CAL

This lovely owl looks like Hedwig from Harry Potter, or is just me? One thing is certain – this cute owl looks totally like it was real! Hanneke van Dijk did such a great job with that amigurumi! Feel free to give this owl a try if you’re an advanced beginner. Moreover, it will make the best gift!

Barn owl CAL | Kerkuil CAL

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Ernesto il Gufo

I’m sure your friends and kiddos would love to receive such adorable lucky charm owl! Each and every one of them is absolutely sweet and cheerful. Be sure to make them in every color! Great way to use your yarn scraps and make something beautiful.

Ernesto il Gufo

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Anchor Amigurumi Owl

This adorable owl is approximately 15cm / 6 inches high. What’s best about it, is that it’s not only soft and squishy, but also perfectly safe for little kids. In other words, I’m pretty sure she will be a great tea party guest! A 2.75 mm hook should be just about right for this.

Anchor Amigurumi Owl

Find original free pattern on anchorcrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Nesting Rainbow owls

Here we have an absolutely adorable set of tiny owls. No matter what color you like most, you will find an owl that will be perfect for you. The theme was rainbow and you can clearly see that! Above all, this project is super simple!

Nesting Rainbow owls

Find original free pattern on mojimojidesign.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.