Owl Applique

Owl Applique
Owl Applique - Crochet Pattern
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This adorable Owl Appliqué is as easy as it is cute! Our free pattern will look so cute as an accent for bags, hats, scarves, even blankets. Crochet the owl applique to share with the owl lovers in your life - and share the owl love! The sample shown was made from light 3 size yarn. It measures about 4” across.

Skill Level: Easy

Materials: Light 3 sized yarns, Black, turquoise, Purple, white and size F hook.

Key:

SL = Slip stitch

SC = Single Crochet

DC = Double Crochet

CC = Change Color

Sp(s) = Space(s)

 

Pattern Instructions:

Eyes (Make 2)

Base (black): Ch 3

Rnd 1: 7 SC in 1st Ch made, SL to 1st SC made, CC to blue

Rnd 2 (Turquoise): Ch 1, 2 SC in each sp around, SL to 1st SC made, CC to white (14 sts).

Rnd 3 (white): CH 1, 2 SC in each sp around, SL to 1st SC made, tie off and hide string.

 

Head (Purple)

Base: CH 3

Rnd 1: 7 SC in 1st Ch made, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1 turn.

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each sp around, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1 turn. (14)

Rnd 3: 2 SC in each sp around, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn. (28)

Rnd 4: *6 SC, 2 SC in next sp, Rep from * around, end with 3 SC, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1, turn.

Rnd 5: (2 SC in next sp, 17 SC) Twice, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 6: 9 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 20 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 14 SC, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1, turn.

Rnd 7: 4 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 11 SC, Sk 1 sp, 5 DC in next sp, SK 1 sp, 6 SC, Sk 1 sp, 5 DC in next sp, SK 1 sp, 11 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 2 SC, SL to 1st SC made, CC to turquoise.

Rnd 8 (turquoise): 5 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 12 SC, 3 SC in next sp, 10 SC, 3 SC in next so, 12 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 5 SC, SL to 1st SC made, tie off and hide string.

 

Beak (Orange)

Base: Ch 6

Row 1: SC, Sk 1 sp, 5 DC in next sp, Sk 1 sp, SC, CH 1, turn

Row 2: 3 SL, 3 SC in next sp, 3 SL, SL around the side of motif to other side of row 2, tie off hide string.

 

Depending on what you are using the appliqué for you can assemble the face in two different ways. Sew the face by String or by hot glue gun. That is completely up to you.

Happy Crocheting!

 

About The Author

Esther Leavitt is a pattern designer and craft editor for Craftown.com.  About herself she says "Crafts are a way for me to unwind but at the same time keep my hands busy so I don't go crazy."  She is also the owner and proprietor of Crafts by Starlight