Amigurumi Owl Pattern

This is an Amigurumi Owl I came up with last night. Aaron has cleverly chosen to name him Hooter (real original) and because it is so simple, I’ve chosen to share my pattern with the world!

Hooter is now up for sale in my Etsy shop, you can find him by clicking HERE

Amigurumi Owl

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If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

This is a good “first-timers” pattern since there is so little to it. Things you will need to know are:

  • How to Single Crochet (you can learn here)
  • What a magic ring is
  • How to decrease

These are the materials you will need

  • Dark Brown Yarn
  • Light Brown Yarn
  • Black Yarn
  • Gold Yarn
  • wide eyed Sewing needle
  • Sewing thread (I use embroidery thread that coordinates with the yarn)
  • Scissors
  • Black felt (for eye brow, print out pattern is posted under “Eyes”)
  • Orange embroidery thread
  • Size G Hook

Abbreviations used in this pattern are-

  • SC- Single Crochet
  • ST- Stitch
  • STS- Stitches
  • DEC- Decrease
  • F/O- Fasten off

So here it is:

Eyes-

*Make Two

(With black yarn)

sc 6 into magic ring (6)

(switch to gold)

2 sc in each st around (12)

sc in next st, two sc in next st, around (18)

F/O

Eyebrow pattern for Amigurumi Owl Pattern

Body-

(With Dark Brown yarn)

Round 1) 6 sc into magic ring (6)

Round 2) 2 sc in ea st, around (12)

Round 3) sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, around (18)

Round 4) sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, around (24)

Round 5) sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st, around (30)

Round 6) sc in next 4 sts, 2 sc in next st, around (36)

Rounds 7-12) sc around (36)

(Switch to Light brown yarn)

Rounds 13-18) sc around (36)

(Sew on eyes and embroider on beak)

Round 19) sc in nect 5 sts, 2 sc in next st, around (42)

Round 20) sc in next 6 sts, 2 sc in next st, around (48)

Rounds 21-24) sc around (48)

Round 25) sc in next 6 sts, dec over next 2 sts, around (42)

Round 26) sc in next 5 sts, dec over next two sts, around (36)

Round 27) sc in next 4 sts, dec over next two sts, around (30)

Round 28) In Back Loops only, sc around (30)

(stuff and shape your owl firmly)

Round 29) sc in next 3 sts, dec over next 2 sts (24)

Round 30) sc in next 2 sts, dec over next 2 sts (18)

Round 31) sc in next st, dec over next 2 sts (12)

Round 32) dec 6 times

F/O

Wings-

(With Black)

Round1) 6 sc into magic ring(6)

Round 2) sc around (6)

Round 3) 2 sc in each st around (12)

Rounds 4-12) sc around (12)

F/O

The last thing you’ll need to do is sew on the wings, and attach the eye brow.

Ta-da! My first Amigurumi Pattern is complete and now I can let Hooter prowl ^_^Amigurumi Owl finished product
hooter the amigurumi owl in tree

-RoboTrish

20 Comments

  1. Bethany Marcello · December 2, 2010 Reply

    Hi -

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    • RoboTrish · December 2, 2010 Reply

      Bethany,
      Wow! Thanks, that would be wonderful. Use any picture from my website as you wish, Craft Foxes seems like it will be a wonderful community!
      Thanks,
      Trischa

  2. Brooke · December 4, 2010 Reply

    Thanks so much! My little owls came out AWESOME (and kinda retro too!). I’ve been passing along your excellent pattern. :)

  3. Desi · February 2, 2011 Reply

    About how big does he end up being?

  4. Desi · February 3, 2011 Reply

    How big does he turn out?

  5. Meg Berry · March 11, 2011 Reply

    Your pattern doesn’t indicate hook size. What size did you use?

  6. Katie(: · March 14, 2011 Reply

    About how long do these take to make?? They’re adorable!!

  7. Lolly · March 24, 2011 Reply

    Hi Trish,

    I am starting my first owl and I have a pattern direction question.

    Do you use stitch markers and do a continuous round or do you join each round with a slip stitch and chain one?

  8. Lolly · March 24, 2011 Reply

    Also,

    When we start the body, are we starting from the top (head) down?

    • RoboTrish · March 27, 2011 Reply

      sorry I took so long to reply to this Lolly, I was bombarded with spam comments so I had to weed through them to get to the real ones.

      The pattern is worked in continuous rounds, I tend not to join rounds in my patterns because it creates a seam going up the entire piece.

      The pattern begins with the head and works its way down ^_^

  9. michelle · October 27, 2011 Reply

    can i see the back of it

  10. Courtney · November 22, 2011 Reply

    Love this pattern! One of my friends is obsessed with owls and the color purple, so I made this little guy using a light and dark purple instead of the browns. It turned out SO cute, I know she’s going to absolutely love it.

  11. Marit (Sweden) · January 19, 2012 Reply

    This is lovely!
    We have a owl challenge in our heckle and knitting group on Facebook and I have linked to this one as an example.
    Thanks a lot for sharing

  12. Amy · August 10, 2012 Reply

    I guess I’m the only one who doesn’t understand the wings. I ended up with 2 thimble shaped items… I can’t see how those become the wings in your picture. How are they supposed to be attached? Other than that, he’s super cute!

  13. Suzanne Wild · August 20, 2012 Reply

    I am about to venture in amigurumi for the first time because my daughter asked me to make her an owl, and this one is adorable! Thanks for the amazing pattern!

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