8/4 RAINBOW COTTON YARN DETAILS
The smallest owls are made with 8/4 yarn, if you want to make them with the same colors their references are: White (001) – Nude (003) – Mint (024) – Pastel Mint (025 ) – Pastel Purple (041) – Pastel Pink (042) – Baby Purple (043) – Ocher Yellow (082)
– Composition: 100% Cotton
– Weight: 50gr
– Length: 170m
– Recommended crochet hook: 2.5mm to 3.5mm
– Sample: 10 x 10 cm = 27 stitches x 38 rows
– Yarn type: Super Fine (1mm measured with cm.)

8/8 RAINBOW COTTON YARN DETAILS
The largest owl is made with 8/4 yarn and 8/8 yarn, if you want to do it with the same colors, the 8/8 references are:White (001) – Natural White (002) – Baby Blue (032)
– Composition: 100% Cotton
– Weight: 50gr
– Length: 75m
– Recommended crochet hook: 3.5mm to 4mm
– Sample: 10 x 10 cm = 20 stitches x 24 laps
– Type of yarn: Light (2mm measured with cm.)

More materials
-Synthetic Cotton (to fill)
-Safety eyes x2 of 8mm (for small owl)
-Safety eyes x2 of 12mm (for large owl)

Tools
-Crochet No. 2.5mm  (for small owl)
-Crochet No. 3.5mm  (for large owl)
-Wool needle (to sew the parts and embroider)
-Scissors – Ruler / Centimeter

BODY / HEAD
*Large Owl: Work in a spiral, with the 3.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/8 thread
*Small Owl: Work in a spiral, with the 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4 thread
Row 1.- Slip Ring (6)
Row 2.- 1inc rep x6 (12)
Row 3.- 1sc, 1inc rep x6 (18)
Row 4.- 2sc, 1inc rep x6 (24)
Row 5.- 3sc, 1inc rep x6 (30)
Row 6.- 4sc, 1inc rep x6 (36)
Row 7.- 5sc, 1inc rep x6 (42)
Row 8.- 6sc, 1inc rep x6 (48)
Rows 9 / 15. – 1sc in each sc (48)
Row 16.- 6sc, 1dc rep x6 (42)
Rows 17 / 19.- 1sc in each sc (42)
Row 20.- 5sc, 1dc rep x6 (36)
Row 21.- 1sc in each sc ( 36)
Row 22.- 4sc, 1dc rep x6 (30)
Row 23.- 1sc in each sc (30)
Row 24.- 3sc, 1dc rep x6 (24)
Rows 25 / 28.- 1sc in each sc (24)
Go filling in as you weave. Finish off leaving a long tail.

WINGS x2 (same points)
*Large owl: Work in a spiral, with a 3.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/8 threads
*Small owl: Work in a spiral, with a 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4 threads
The wings will be made combining colors of your choice, you can make them combining 2 or 3 colors, in the instructions we will make the combination of 2 colors, A (it will be the lighter color) and B (it will be the stronger color), if you want to combine 3 you will only have to replace color B of rows 4 and 5 for color C (even stronger than color B).
Between [ ] you will see the color differentiated by letters (color…) and followed by the mp that you will do with that color.
Row 1.- (color B) Slip Hoop
Row 2.- [ (color A) 1inc rep x4 ] , (color B) 1inc rep x2
Row 3.- [ (color A) 1sc, 1inc rep x4 ] , (color B) 1sc, 1inc rep x2
Row 4.- [ (color A) *2sc, 1inc * rep x4 ] , (color B) 2sc, 1inc rep x2
Row 5.- [ (color A) 3sc, 1inc rep x4 ] , (color B) 3sc, 1inc rep x2 Bind off leaving a long tail of each color.

EYES x2 (same points)
*Large owl: Knit in a spiral, with a 3.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/8 yarn
*Small owl: Knit in a spiral, with a 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4 yarn
The eyes will also be made with two colors of your choice … A (will be the lighter color) and B (will be the stronger color)…
Row 1.- (color A) Slip Hoop
Row 2.- (color A) 1inc rep x6
Row 3.- (color A) 1sc, 1inc rep x6
Row 4.- (color B) 2sc, 1inc rep x6 Bind off leaving a long tail.

CHEEKS x2 (different points )…
*Large Ow
l: Knit in a circle with a 2.5mm crochet hook and 8/4 Rainbow Cotton yarn.
Row 1.- Slip Hoop (6)
Finish off leaving a long tail.
*Little Owl: Knit in a circle with a 2.5mm crochet hook and 8/4 Rainbow Cotton yarn.
Row 1.- Slip Hoop (4)
Finish off leaving a long tail.

PEAK (various points)
*Large Owl:
 Work in a spiral, with 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4 yarn
Row 1.- Slip Ring (4)
Row 2.- *1sc, 1inc* rep x2 (6)
Rows 3 / 5.- 1sc in each sc (6)
Bind off leaving a long tail.
*Little Owl: Work in a spiral, with a 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4 yarn
Row 1.- Slip Hoop (4)
Rows 2 / 3.- 1sc in each sc (4)
Bind off leaving a long tail.

LEGS (different points)…
*Large owl:
 Knit in a row, with 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4
yarn Start with 12ch + 1ch to go up (13)
Row 1.- 1sc in each ch (12)
Bind off leaving a long tail.
*Little Owl: Knit in a row, with 2.5mm crochet hook and Rainbow Cotton 8/4
yarn Start with 8ch + 1ch to go up (9)
Row 1.- 1sc in each ch (8)
Bind off leaving a long tail.

Assembly
When you sew all the parts and edges, we recommend that you always take the threads inside and towards the upper hole that will remain unclosed until the assembly is finished, that way you can tie the threads together and all the parts will be very secure.
1.- Place the safety eyes (without the closure yet) on the knitted eyes. The 12mm ones are for the big owl and the 8mm ones are for the little owl. Put the ends of the knitted eyes outwards and place the safety eyes in the internal angles and opposite to the ends (guide with the images).
2.- Sew the cheeks on the ends of the knitted eyes.
3.-Take the body and place it facing you with the finial to the right. With the help of the safety eyes or the hook, make two holes between rows 8 and 9 counting from the top and leaving 6sc of distance between them (guide with the images). Put the eyes in the holes and put the safety locks inside the body. 4.- Sew the contour of the knitted eyes all around. 5.- Sew the beak between the eyes, between Rnds. 8 and 10 of the body, counting from the top. 6.- Sew the wings to the sides of the body, between Rnds.12 and 18, counting from the top. Just sew the top half of the wing, leave the bottom half unstitched for movement. 7.-He embroiders the Vs that he carries forward with two 8/4 threads of different colors together. Make 3 Vs between rows 18 and 19, counting from the top, and finish with 2 Vs between rows 21 and 22, also counting from the top (refer to the pictures for guidance).
8.- Sew the legs at the base of the body, shape a semicircle and sew them between Rnds.1 and 4, counting from the center and forward (guide with the images).
9.- Sew the upper part of the body/head, leaving the threads of all the seams hidden inside.
10.- You have finished your adorable owl… good job!