This listing is for a KNITTING PATTERN in PDF format and NOT the actual owls.
Meet the Hoots – Harold, Hilary and Happy, the baby! This cute owl family stand unaided and are just longing for you to make them.
Harold is 10cm/4in high, he is knit on 3.25mm (No10/US 3) needles using DK (light worsted) yarn and a mohair mix yarn used together as one for the body and head section and DK alone for the eyes, wings, etc.
Hilary is 8.5cm/3.5in high, she is knit on 3.25mm (No10/US 3) needles using DK (light worsted) yarn.
Happy is 7cm/2.75in high, he is knit on 2.75mm (No12/US 2) needles using 4ply (sport) yarn.
All the owls are knit flat using two needles.
The knitting pattern is comprehensive with row by row instructions and lots of photos to help you!
There are no postage costs - the pattern will be emailed as a pdf file within 48 hours of payment being received, to the email address registered with Folksy unless you let me know otherwise. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this pdf file, if you do not have this programme it is free to download from www.adobe.com
I endeavour to type up the patterns correctly, however, should you spot an error please let me know!
Terms of purchase:
Copyright Sylvia Leake 2012
You may not rewrite or resell this pattern in any form. You may use this pattern to make the garment for personal use, as a gift or for charity only.
My youngest daughter challenged me to begin designing soft toys as well as garments for the little people!
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Sleake Knits within 3 days of receiving payment.
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