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Miss Olivia the Owl

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My sweet little Lizzy has super big eyes, as you can see in the picture above. Everyone comments about how beautiful they are. And, though I may be bias, I’d have to agree! And that is why she is definitely part of my inspiration for Miss Olivia the Owl. I love those big eyes!

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It’s always important to make sure that any owl you make has big eyes. I mean, really, how is it an owl if it doesn’t have big eyes? The answer is simple: it just isn’t. Anyway, sarcasm aside, this owl has big beautiful eyes and I love that.

I originally was going to use safety eyes that had a beautiful blue rim that I use for making dolls, but changed my mind after trying them out. These black safety eyes gave it just the right look, I think.

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I know you’ll all love Miss Olivia. She is fun, cute, and cozy. I decided to put weighted beads in her, because I wanted her to be able to sit up. Sometimes it’s important to have a stuffed animal that will sit on its own, I think.

So go ahead, grab that yarn, hook, safety eyes, poly-fil, and weighted beads, and make the beautiful Miss Olivia the Owl.

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Miss Olivia the Owl

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Materials:

1 skein Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s choice in Periwinkle

¼ skein worsted weight orange yarn (I used Crafter’s Secret in Orange)

¼ skein Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice in Purple

¼ skein Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice in White

Scrap yarn of Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Lilac

4mm (G) crochet hook

Yarn Needles

2 – 12mm Plastic Safety Eyes with Washers

½ cup of weighted beads (optional)

Poly-Fil

Stitch marker

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Stitches:

Magic Circle

sc – single crochet

inv dec – invisible decrease

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

Gauge:

6 single crochets x 5 rows = 1 inch

Pattern Notes:

  • The body, feet, and wings will all be worked in continuous roundss. Do not slip stitch or chain at the end of each row, but put a stitch marker in the last stitch of every round to keep track of you place.
  • The eyes will not be worked in continuous rounds. You will slip stitch and ch 1 at the end of each round. I still put a stitch marker at the end of each row, however, because it can be hard to see sometimes.
  • The only part of the owl that will be stuffed is the body. Everything else will be flattened.
  • The feathers on the front of the owl are in the shape of a “V” can be as many or as few as you decide. Make it your own!

Pattern:

Eyes – White Yarn (make 2):

Round 1: Work 6sc in magic circle, sl st to join. (6)

Round 2: 2sc in each stitch around, sl st to join. (12)

Round 3: *2sc, sc* around, sl st to join. (18)

Round 4: *2sc, sc 2* around, sl st to join. (24)

Round 5: *2sc, sc 3* around, sl st to join. (30)

Round 6: *2sc, sc 4* around, sl st to join. (36)

Round 7: *2sc, sc 5* around, sl st to join. (42)

Finish off, leaving a long tail to sew onto body.

Put 12 mm safety eye in center hole and pull closed.

Wait to put safety eye back on until you attach eyes to body.

Feet – Orange Yarn (make 2):

Round 1: Work 6sc in magic circle (6)

Rounds 2-4: sc in each stitch around (6)

Finish off and sew in ends.

Repeat 3 times, so that you have 3 toes. Do not finish off with 3rd toe. Instead, continue with instructions below:

Round 5: sc in first 3 stitches from previous row. Connect second toe and sc in first 3 stitches. Connect third toe and sc in all 6 stitches. Sc in next 3 sttiches of 2nd toe and next 3 stitches of first toe. (18)

Round 6-7: sc in each stitch around (18)

Round 8: *inv dec, sc* around (12)

Finish off and sew shut, folding flat.

*When sewing in ends, sew toes closer together by sewing yarn through all three and then sewing in the end further. See below.*

Body – Periwinkle Yarn:

Round 1: Work 6sc in magic circle (6)

Round 2: 2sc in each stitch around (12)

Round 3: *2sc, sc* around (18)

Round 4: *2sc, sc 2* around (24)

Round 5: *2sc, sc 3* around (30)

Round 6: *2sc, sc 4* around (36)

Round 7: *2sc, sc 5* around (42)

Round 8: *2sc, sc 6* around (48)

Round 9: *2sc, sc 7* around (54)

Round 10: *2sc, sc 8* around (60)

Round 11: *2sc, sc 9* around (66)

Round 12: *2sc, sc 10* around (72)

Round 13: *2sc, sc 35* 2 times (74)

Round 14: *2sc, sc 36* 2 times (76)

Rounds 15-44: sc in each stitch around (76)

Round 46: *inv dec, sc 36* 2 times (74)

Round 47: sc in each stitch around (74)

Round 48: *inv dec, sc 35* 2 times (72)

Round 49: *inv dec, sc 34* 2 times (70)

Round 50: *inv dec, sc 33* 2 times (68)

Round 51: *inv dec, sc 32* 2 times (66)

Continue as follows:
  1. Sew feet onto bottom of body, so they are peaking out.
  2. Sew eyes about 6-7 rows below top side by side.
  3. Using the orange yarn, embroider nose across the bottom of eyes, up about 2 rounds.
  4. Using Lilac colored yarn, embroider little Vs across body, spacing them however you find cute.
  5. Put ½ cup of weighted beads at the bottom of body and stuff the rest with poly-fil.
  6. Slip stitch or sew body closed at top.
  7. Finish off and sew in ends.
  8. Cut 2 strands of periwinkle, 1 strand of lilac, and 1 stand of deep purple and pull through corner for ears. Tie a knot and trim to desired length. Repeat with other ear.

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Wings – Purple Yarn:

Round 1: Work 6 sc in magic circle (6)

Round 2: *2sc, sc* around (9)

Round 3: sc in each stitch around (9)

Round 4: *2sc, sc 2* around (12)

Round 5: sc in each stitch around (12)

Round 6: *2sc, sc 3* around (15)

Round 7: sc in each stitch around (15)

Round 8: *2sc, sc 4* around (18)

Round 9: *2sc, sc 5* around (21)

Round 10: sc in each stitch around (21)

Round 11: *2sc, sc 6* around (24)

Rounds 12-18: sc in each stitch around (24)

Round 19:*inv dec, sc 6* around (21)

Round 20: sc in each stitch around (21)

Round 21: *inv dec, sc 5* around (18)

Round 22: *inv dec, sc 4* around (15)

Round 23: *inv dec, sc 3* around (12)

Finish off, leave a long tail, and sew shut.

Flatten out wings and sew on either side of owl next to eyes.

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