Monday, October 3, 2011

Introducing Owl Puffs!

Over the weekend my daughter and I were playing with yarn and I ended up making a little softie that I thought would end up looking like an owl. My daughter thought it was so round and cute, and she came up with the name Owl Puff.

I was so excited with end result that I made some more, and decided that I needed to write up the pattern and share it! I decided to make it a freebie, and I hope people will be excited to see my future patterns!



You can find the pattern on Ravelry! I can't wait to see everyone's Owl Puffs!

11 comments:

  1. Very cute! I will definitely be making one of these.

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  2. Oh. My. Goodness. These are quite possibly the most adorable little things I have ever seen! I have been very "into" owls recently (who hasn't?) and I can't wait to make myself a whole parliament of owl puffs!

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  3. I. LOVE. THESE! Can I show this on my blog and send people your way? I have so much leftover stash and this is such a cute way to use some yarn. Thanks for the pattern!

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  4. Sure! You are more than welcome to share it on your blog!

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  5. can i share on my blog also? really cute pattern...

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  6. You sure can! Please link either my blog or the Owl Puff pattern page on Ravelry.

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  7. i know it was like a week ago, but yours was number 1 in my top 10 sock yarn leftovers. thanks again... http://circusbaby.com/wordpress/?p=347

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  8. Wow! Thanks Carol! I feel very honored that my pattern is #1!

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  9. These are so super duper cute. Mahalo for sharing on Rav. I just made one for my BFF's daughter who's turning 8 and who I had found out loves owls. This was perfect to do. Now my 7 year old wants one!

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  10. These are too cute for words---I am currently working on my second and I can see this will fast become my new obsession! Thanks so much Jenna for a totally adorable and free pattern. I am using Paton's Classic Wool on 4mm needles and it's perfect.

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