Crochet Owls Patterns: Creative, Delightful, and Adorable

Whether you’re owl-obsessed or simply looking for something cute to make, owls are a common theme in crochet designs. Maybe because of how inviting their large circular eyes are to the hook, or because they’re just a beautiful aesthetic bird, but there is no shortage of owl-related crochet projects.

We have some of the best owl stuffy patterns available across the web – from very realistic-looking replicas to adorable stuffies with fun colors and designs.

And then, of course, we have so many fun owl-themed patterns – from blankets to bunting to pillows and purses. Anything you could want with an owl theme, we’ve got it.

Owl Stuffy Patterns

Ranging from very detailed realistic replicas' to our favorite cartoon character from Winnie the Pooh, here are 15 owl stuffy patterns you can make on your own! 

Owl Themed Crochet Projects

If you love the owl theme, we've got you covered.  Just about anything can be owl themed if you put big eyes on it!  Here are just a few of the fun owl themed projects you can create for yourself or a loved one. 

Hannah Ege

A life long crocheter and knitter, Hannah is a creative person who enjoys designing their own patterns while having deep appreciation and love for timeless designs. Hannah's first official job was in a yarn store as a teenager and even now they regularly knit and crochet for friends and commissioned pieces. When not busy with fiber, Hannah enjoys all things coffee, reading, hiking and spending time with their kid.

6 thoughts on “Crochet Owls Patterns: Creative, Delightful, and Adorable”

  1. What a wonderful idea! Thanks for letting me know about this organization; I have come to count on a visit to your blog for all the info on what is going on in the world of crochet.
    My grandparents were foster parents back in the 70’s (after raising 10 children of their own!) and I agree, the kids in foster care need all the love and help they can get.

    • @Ann – Thanks tons for sharing. I can’t imagine raising ten biological children and give your grandparents tons of credit for being able to do that and still have love in their hearts to open their home to other children too. That is awesome! So glad that my blog can be a source of this kind of information.

  2. What happened to the pattern? I have a non for profit children’s safe space that the children would love this. Can you send the pattern to my email. [email protected]. I will send you a copy of the link for the organization that i want to make these for.

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