Awesome handmade Owl Pillows is a great gift to a kid or to a friend.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size I (5.5 mm) and G (4 mm)
- Yarndage: Scrap balls of WW Yarn. If using 2 colors, roughly 2oz of each; Small Amount of WW white for eyes; Small Amount of WW beak color.
- Yarn weight: Worsted (9 wpi)
- Fiber type: 50% nylon, 50% acrylic
- Stitch/place markers
- 2- 5/8” buttons
- Polyester fiberfill
- Large eye needle for assembly
- Gauge: 6 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches in worked in pattern
- Finished size: Small: 7-1/4”W x 9-1/2”H or Large: 8-1/2”W x 11-1/2”H
Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet blanket
- ch – chain
- sl st – slip stitch
- sc – single crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- dc – double crochet
- inc – increase
- dec – decrease
- blo – back loop only
If you still have questions regarding what those symbols mean or how to read them, please take a look at our epic guide of Crochet symbols and abbreviations.
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Download Owl Pillows pattern
Author: Elizabeth Mareno
Top 3 free pillow pattern
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