For this weeks Top 10 In Craft, It’s all about cute and hootastic owl crafts for the young and young at heart.
Owls are such majestic and intelligent looking creatures; they are the symbol of magic and ancient knowledge.
They also make for adorable craft ideas. There are all sorts of crafts in here, from a beautiful crocheted bag for your crafting supplies to a cute hat for a little one.
But before all that, a small report on my crafting pursuits…
What’s Next On My Needles
I have been thinking about what to make next in my knitting journey.
There is indeed too much to choose from when it comes to fabulous knitting patterns.
How do you choose?
Do you fall in love with a particular yarn and then find a pattern to suit?
Or do you see a knitwear design and work on that?
Please share with me in the comments, any tips you have to make the decision easier.
Crafty Tools – Making Your Everyday Better
With my recent experience of knitting with 100% baby alpaca yarn from Wool and The Gang, I am keen to try other baby Alpaca Yarns.
The next time I will remember not to accidentally machine wash it!!
I noticed on KnitPicks that they have some discounted Alpaca Cloud Lace Yarn.
This yarn is also 100% baby alpaca.
There are so many colors to choose from 🙂
Check them out here.
This Week’s Top 10 in Craft – Owl Crafts
Do you give yourself permission to simply stop and take time for yourself?
Perhaps ‘your time’ is when you craft, I hope this is so.
I love the quote above because it encourages me to get out in nature and enjoy the beauty.
Do you love watching the falling leaves too?
Here’s your dose of craftiness for this week…
Whoot Woo! A Knitted Sweater
For those of you who love to include animals in your sweaters, this pattern is lovely.
Kate Davies knitted sweater is relatively easy, so if you are new to sweater knitting, this will make a good choice.
Keep Warm In The Cooler Weather
Having a warm bed to climb into in the colder weather is always pleasurable.
Or just sitting on the couch with the heating pad on your tummy.
Follow Annette’s sewing tutorial on Tips from a Typical Mom Blog.
Toddler Crocheted Hat
Such a sweet design for a toddler hat. Follow Lauren’s free toddler crochet hat pattern on Daisy Cottage Designs.
Teapot Cozy For Bird Lovers
I’d love to knit this design!
Years ago we had an owl living in our garden for a few weeks.
It was such a delight to see it perched on the branch sleeping through the day.
There is also something special about drinking tea from a real teapot 🙂
Never Too Early For Crafting Christmas Decorations
Animal themed Christmas decorations make a lovely addition to your Christmas tree.
They’d also make lovely gifts for friends and family.
Follow Jessica’s sewing tutorial on her blog Juicy Bits
An Adorable Tote Bag For Your Knitting/Crochet
I’ve been trying to fit in some ‘sneaky moment’ knitting lately.
I have been carrying my knitting in my handbag but would love to make a this tote to use instead.
Cute Little Crafts designed this crochet pattern.
Dishcloth for Intermediate Knitters
This knitting pattern uses a chart and includes color work but the stitches required are knit and purl.
Follow the free downloadable pattern from Yarnspirations.
The yarn used is Lily Sugar n Cream which is 100% cotton.
Knitted Baby Hat Pattern
Cassie from Little Red Window’s knitted hats are lovely.
She offers a range of animal-themed hats, and this one caught my eye.
Easy Crochet Owl Tutorial
If you are keen to make someone a handmade gift, these critters will undoubtedly bring a smile to their face.
Follow Jacquie’s crochet tutorial on Bunny Mummy.
Embroidery Hoop Design For Nature Lovers
Using fall inspired materials, create this lovely embroidery hoop.
Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me has an easy to follow tutorial to make your own.
Hope you enjoyed this week’s collection of fabulous projects.
Some of these Owl Crafts are adorable.
Please share any projects you have on the go, via the comment section below.
Yours in Craftiness Jodie 🙂