Amigurumi "Mia, the math-loving Owl" Crochet Pattern
Learning your numbers will be a piece of cake! – With little math-loving owl Mia.
She might look like a little odd-ball, but she’s absolutely friendly and patient and will certainly forgive you, when you miscount her beads.
This sweet little owl is quick and easy to make from a few scraps of yarn and can also be used as a key chain, a good luck charm or a little gift for a loved one.
- Crochet hook size 3.5 mm
- Cotton yarn in different colors (137 yds / 1.75 oz or 125 m / 50 g) – you may, of course, also use any other type of yarn and crochet hook in matching size
- 2 black beads (4 mm) for the eyes (if you are using any other weight of yarn than indicated, you might need slightly smaller or bigger beads here)
- 20 colored beads 10 mm in at least 2 different colors (one color per 5 beads)
- Tapestry needle
- Filling material (e.g. polyester fiberfill)
using the indicated yarn and crochet hook, little math owl Mia will be about 3-4 inches (8-10 cm) tall and will have a wingspan of up to 5 inches (13 cm).
easy, suitable for beginners, basic knowledge of crochet techniques required, the pattern contains plenty of pictures and is easy to follow.
chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, increase/ decrease
This English pattern is written in US Terms, but I have attached a conversion Chart for US/UK at the end.
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This pattern has been developed by AramisvonK and is intended for private purposes only.
Hand-made items crocheted using this pattern may be sold in small quantities (no commercial production please).