Cute and Cozy Owl Baby Blankets

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Owls symbolize wisdom, but they are also very cute. They never go out of style, especially if we are talking accessories for kids!

This is why making owl baby blanket is a great idea. Owls are also a super cute pattern among other animal designs. With some short preparations you are able to crochet them easily. Remember that blankets are a great present idea! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Wise and Old Crochet Owl C2C Graph

If you are familiar with corner-to-corner technique, the chance is high that you already know and love graphs! These “pictures” emerge when we introduce new colors in all the right places – just like pixels! Take a look at the photo below and see one of many fantastic graphs by Winding Road Crochet. Isn’t it sweet? I can see it in any nursery looking great!

  • DESIGNED by Winding Road Crochet
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

c2c graph owl and snowflakes

photo by Winding Road Crochet / windingroadcrochet.com

You can find this free crochet pattern on windingroadcrochet.com.

 

Little Owl Crochet Car Seat Canopy

Do you need something extra to keep your baby cozy during travels? We’ve got you covered. This lovely design by Megan Meyer is not only cute, but also very useful. If you are a parent, you definitely know what I mean! Corner-to-corner technique may be intimidating at first, but it’s worth learning. As you can see below, you can work magic with it!


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  • DESIGNED by Megan Meyer
  • PROJECT TYPE baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

car seat cover with graphic owl on white background

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photo by Megan Meyer / ravelry.com

You can find this free crochet pattern on leftinknots.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

 

You may also like this article: Cute and Easy Crochet Owl Patterns

 


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Biggie Rainbow Owl Crochet Granny Square

Looking for a perfect baby shower gift? This may be it! Why? Because everybody loves owls and rainbows – it’s just the best combination. Simple white blanket will be a nice canvas for colorful applique, but if you don’t want to go big, just stop at the owls! Sew them onto your favorite accessories, or clothing. Take a peek at the photos below and see how fantastic this project by passionatecraft2 is.

  • DESIGNED by passionatecraft2
  • PROJECT TYPE owl baby blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

white blanket with colorful owl appliques

photo by passionatecraft2 / ravelry.com

You can find this free crochet pattern on passionatecrafter.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

 

Night Owl Blanket

Now this blanket by Kristyn Hertrich is a great option for beginners, because all you need to know is how to make these small hexagons. Follow author’s instructions and arrange your pieces in a way that will make this owl visible! It’s very easy and clever way to make graphic crochet blankets. As you can see below, contrasting palette works great, but I’m wondering how it would look in pastels… What do you think?


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  • DESIGNED by Kristyn Hertrich
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

blanket with graphic owl made of hexagons

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photo by Kristyn Hertrich / ravelry.com

You can find this free crochet pattern on nanascraftyhome.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

 

Strigidae Bubo

Are you an adventurous crocheter? I thought so! If you are easily bored, this project won’t let you yawn even for a minute, because it’s complex and engaging. Nickie designed the most owly blanket, which features feather motifs, owl eyes and more. As you can see below, there’s a ton of little details that make this project really special. Will you try it? Let me know in the comments!

  • DESIGNED by Nickie Chapin
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

square blanket with owl face in the center

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photo by Nickie Chapin / ravelry.com

You can find this free crochet pattern on wigglestickdesigns.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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