Oliver Pattern Test – The results are in!

One of my favourite things about being a pattern designer is seeing my designs come to life at the hands of other crafty folk. The pattern testing process gives me my first look at what my designs look like when put in the hands of other crocheters. I’m not gona lie, it’s a great feeling and I’m absolutely in love with these owls that my wonderful testers over on Ravelry made over the last couple of weeks!

First up is madaboutpooh’s Oliver, the lovely tester opted for the crochet features instead of felt (instructions for both are included in the pattern) and for DK yarn. Cuteness overload with these photos!

Next up is crochetrn’s adorable owl made with a delicious orange worsted weight yarn. Crochetrn opted for the felt features, those blue eyes would give Sinatra a run for his money.

Wilmaelee’s owl is also made out of worsted weight yarn and with felt features. Loving the green!

This next plump little fella is from pandastamper. He is made with an aran weight yarn and has crochet features. He looks super huggable

And last but certainly not least is this quriky little owl made by civetta. This colourful little owl was made with worted weight yarn and crochet features and civetta also decided to jazz her owl up by making the wings with fun fur. In love with this owl!

If you’d like to make your own Oliver the Wide Eyed Owl, you can pick up your pattern from Etsy, Ravelry and Loveknitting. And when you have your own little owl made, make sure to show him off over on my Facebook page!

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