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!

12 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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  11. It's adorable. My mom knits jerseys and scarfs etc. for the welfare and she always has wool left, not enough to really make anything. This is perfect to, and it will definitely warm little hearts.

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