Battle Bird Hooded Owl Towel and Blanket
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After enjoying a fun time in the water or bath, wrap up in this hooded towel. Made from bright cotton yarns, it helps absorb the water while looking adorable too.
It’s so cute and cuddly, little ones will want to wrap up year round. Whip up a hooded blanket using your favorite worsted weight yarn. The stitch pattern makes a beautiful blanket in a variety of sizes too.
Size: 46” x 26”; pattern written for toddler/child size.
Can be made with or without the hood and as a blanket, 46” x any length.
Yarn: worsted weight cotton yarn in a variety of colors. Pattern is written for color changes as shown in sample, but any color combination could be used. A list of yarns used in sample is below.
Crochet Hooks: G, I
Miscellaneous: yarn needle, sewing needle, black thread, 2 small black buttons for eyes
Gauge: 4” = 12 hdc stitches and first 9.5 rounds of towel section
Yarns used in sample
Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Colors: 250 yards Hot Blue (turquoise), 150 yards White, 50 yards Hot Pink (plain bright pink), 50 yards Hot Green (plain lime green), 50 yards Hot Orange (plain orange), 50 yards Hot Purple (plain purple), 50 yards Red (plain red).
Red Heart Crème de la Crème: 100 yards In The Pink (pink variegated), 130 yards Greentones (green variegated), 120 yards Orangetones (orange variegated), 100 yarnds Purple Tone (purple variegated), 100 yards Bowl of Cherries (red variegated)
Note: This is designed to be a hooded towel and made from cotton to absorb water. It could also be made with acrylic yarn for a hooded blanket or cape.
Please contact the designer with any questions, comments or concerns. Help with this pattern is available through email. Heidi@snappy-tots.com.
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