Owl Family


Amigurumi patterns are so fun to work up because you can really make them come to life. An Owl Family like the one provided can be kept all to yourself or given to someone who loves owls. Crochet one or all three. Owls are super popular right now and they're such a hoot.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Have you seen the influx of commercials lately with owls. I guess that they must be popular right now. From cough medicines to university commercials I have noticed that they have been present in the media. These are just adorable and I guess they fit right in with the current times.

This pattern is ridiculously adorable and easy to boot. This family of Amigurumi owls is a great project to give to anyone that collects owls. I have a family member that is partial to our feathered friend. I know she will appreciate having this family to add to her growing collection.

These are so cute! My daughter will just love this Owl Family! She is crazy right now over owls. The written pattern is well written and easy to follow with some great picture as well. I have so much scrap yarn to use up that I can make these in no time. Great last minute gift. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I completely agree! RepeatCrafterMe is one of my go-to sites when looking for easy to work, highly creative projects. This is a really good pattern for Beginners as theres only one color change. This is one of the patterns I worked with my granddaughters during their last rainy day visit. Its so fast, and downloadable, too. I always appreciate that!

I have used many of Sarah Zimmerman's patterns. She always creates the cutest things. I have made many of these owls and they always turn out so cute. This is an easy pattern to follow and I definitely recommend trying it.

Sarah does it again. These are just too precious. My grand daughter and grandson will both love them. But I have to make two of the baby ones because we received a huge surprise this past January when my twin grandsons were born. So the Owls will be given in age ranking. The biggest to my 7 year old grand daughter, the middle to the 5 year old grand son and two babies for the two babies.

I love your patterns,I haven't seen one I didn't like.I am retired and I crochet for gifts for them and they really like All of it.Right now they all want a basket of owls,thank you.My question is do the owls have a basket?We seen a photo of your awesome owls they were in a neat little basket,now I can't find it.I took to variant you made the set.Is it something of yours?if not can you lead me to someone who has that pattern. I am having the best time doing these.Sorry to be a bother.Ann Hollinger

I don't think I have ever seen a basket like that on her site, but I could be wrong. My advice would be to go to her website repeatcrafterme.com and look under her crochet patterns or do a web search for crochet baskets.

I crocheted these for my Granddaughter for her birthday, adult age, she collects owls, and she loved them! I enjoyed crocheting them also. Thanks for free patterns!

These are the cutest little owls I have ever seen!! Will love to crochet all 3!

I love this owl family. My daughter wants me to make the baby one for her. I would love to make and sell these in aid of our church building project. Do I label them with your RepeatCrafterMe site name as the source of the pattern?

Go to web site the pattern is from said you can sell but to link back to her site


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