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This scarf is so cute, and anyone with basic crochet skills will be able to create it.  Also, it's great to use up your remnants of yarn because you really don't need that much of any one color.  It's really easy and it doesn't take too long.  

For this project you will need:
Crochet hook (I used a size "H", also sometimes called 5mm)
A bunch of different colors of yarn (I used mostly remnants I had left over from other projects)
Tapestry Needle
Some Buttons
A tiny bit of poly-fil
This tutorial


ch: chain
sc: single crochet
hdc: Half-double crochet
dc: double crochet
sl st: slip stitch
sp: space
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Step 1: Start your first Owl!!

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To begin, you will need to know how to make a magic ring.
Here is a great video tutorial on how this is done.

Once you have your magic ring, you're going to:

Ch 3, DC, ch1, *2 DC, ch 1* 5 more times, join to top of beg Ch 3, cut yarn and weave ends.

You can weave in your ends as you go, or you can wait till the end and weave them all in.  Or, if you want to line it, you can just knot the ends together on the back.  I mostly tried to weave as I went.
Lubie_is2 years ago
Can you make a video on how to do make these as i struggle to read the description. Its not how yiu wrote it. Just new to crocheting x
ChrysN2 years ago
Cute! I love all the bright colours.
Sharilee Foertch (author)  ChrysN2 years ago
Thanks. I have a near impossible time making things not in bright colors. I've purchased some browns and grays in the past, but they just sit in my stash as I just can't bring myself to use them for anything.
Funny, I am the opposite. I'm usually using the browns and grey. That is why I appreciate when people use bright colours.
That is just an adorable idea! And such fun, bright colors! I love it!
Thanks. It's really an easy project, too. It's pretty nice since you're making each owl individually, so it's easy to put down and come back to. You really don't have to think about where you left off.