Crochet a 70s-Inspired Snowy Owl Amigurumi … Free Pattern From Fei of iHeartGantsilyo

Crochet a 70s-Inspired Snowy Owl Amigurumi … Free Pattern From Fei of iHeartGantsilyo

If you’re a 70s kid like me, you remember that the 70s was all about owls. A symbol of nature, wisdom, and honesty, owls popped up on everything kitsch – salt and pepper shakers, macrame wall hangings, planters, mugs, kitchenware – you name it, owls were there!

So I can’t help but fall in love with Fei’s baby snowly owl amigurumi … and the best part, her pattern is free!

Crochet a 70s-Inspired Snowy Owl Amigurumi ... Free Pattern From Fei of iHeartGantsilyo

Get the free pattern at http://www.iheartgantsilyo.com.


FREE PATTERN: Baby Snowy Owl Amigurumi, designed by iHeartGantsilyo.

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