Little Black Owl Revisited

Let’s revisit another of our favorite Halloween projects. This time it’s the knitting pattern for the Little Black Owl.
Little Black Owl
This little guy is a cinch to knit up in the round with added felt features. You’ll want to knit a whole parliament of them to watch over your house like Heygyps on Ravelry did. (Yes, parliament is the correct term for a group of owls.)

Or full your trees with them like Anouk did. (She also did a nice modification to pick up the stitches for the ears and wings instead of sewing them on.)

Of course, I can’t resist the Harry Potter version that RenKage made.

You can get the pattern to make your own here.

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2 Comments to Little Black Owl Revisited
    • deb christiansen
    • Do you have a patten for this owl that is for those of us who couldn’t knit if our lives depended on it? I had a hard enough time learning to crochet! Since I am left handed my mother gave up almost immediately! Trying to teach a lefty was very difficult for someone with a short fuse! Fortunately we visited my mammaw (I’m from Texas) had the patience to teach me. She taught me almost everything but knitting! I even made my first bead ring by weaving beads and wires together! Sorry for running on… I have no idea how to knit~ I’ve tried teaching myself but I can find almost everything I want to make in crochet patterns on the net. I fell in love with your owl and that picture of 4 or 5 different owls made me drool! My daughter is in love with owls so I’d appreciate any help you could give me in creating that wonderful black owl! You are one creative lady and I am really enjoying your site~keep up the good work!

      • Kat
      • Sorry, I am not much of a crocheter so wouldn’t even know where to start making this into a crochet pattern. But there are a whole bunch of free owl crochet patterns on Ravelry here.

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