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I am a work from home, home schooling Mom who loves her Kids...yep, I think my kids are great. You will find me: Knitting, cross stitch, embroidery and working with felt are things I enjoy for fun. I also love to decorate and find deep satisfaction in decorating my home with great finds and my handmade items.  Gardening is one of my great loves, it like decorating outside!

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Knitted Owl Pattern

 The Three Little Hoots

Material:
 3 Size 4 double pointed needles, brown yarn. Yellow, white and orange  wool felt, card board, black and yellow floss. Wool fleece for stuffing.  All stitches are Knitted.

Pattern Link:
http://www.ravelry.com/download/470117/100697c1b5d88f4f92e4623895931576

13 comments:

Linda said...

They are so cute Carrie! Thanks for sharing the pattern:)

hands follow heart said...

Super cute! Thanks for sharing.

Jen said...

Adorable! I really need to learn to knit better. I totally fumble and can only handle two needles - lol! But I'll have to come try this when I get better. Thanks for sharing, Carrie! Loving your blog!
Hugs,
Jen

Moogie said...

They are adorable!!!!!

nocton4 said...

so verycute, love them, followed the link from the waldorf group x

.::Our Waldorf Home Mama::. said...

These are so adorable!!! Thanks for the pattern!! So much to knit so little time right?!



~Samantha

Kelly said...

Very sweet owls!

kabouters said...

o whate a lovely owls
thanks for sharing !!

Honey said...

I can only knit in the round... I'm going to have to try it that way cause your 3 needles are scary and WAY above my know how! ;)

Honey

Tan Family said...

Adorable little owls! Thank you for sharing how to make them. Might need to make some of our own for nature table, too. :)

goldneys96 said...

I just had to let you know, I think I am visiting your blog, just to hear the music. Thank you for sharing the lovely sounds with the rest of us...

Ginx Craft said...

Just thought I'd check out your site, and low and behold you have your own parliament of owls. Ginny

Ellisen said...

Such sweet owls. Thank you for sharing the pattern with us.