Snowy Owl Pillow

This adorable throw pillow is made with the crocodile stitch!  All of the finishing details, yarn information, and written pattern instructions can be found in the PDF below.

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Happy Making!  If you make this pillow, please feel free to tag me in an instagram post!  I love seeing all of your makes!


All designs are originally created by Stephanie Lewis and copyright protected.  For personal use only  – you may sell finished items you make with this pattern, but please do not sell, reproduce, or edit the pattern itself.

Enjoy!

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14 thoughts on “Snowy Owl Pillow

  1. 😍I love it. I want to make that for the first time in all my life. This owl bring me inspiration. Thx do much for share this awesome picture.❤👍

  2. Thank you for sharing your pattern. Having the link to the tutorial for crocodile stitch helped me so much. I have just made this for my grandson.

  3. My iPad won’t download the Snowy Owl pillow. I’d love to make this. Is there another way to get this pattern? Thank you.

  4. I’d love to have this pattern, but my iPad won’t download the pdf. Is there another way to get it. I’m willing to pay shipping cost. Thank you.

  5. Hi, I’m making this and wondering how to do the second half. Do I do crocodile stitch to the halfway point and carry on with the row in sc, or do it separately and join both sides at the end?
    Thanks

  6. Look forward to making this for my “owl loving” daughter!! Thanks for a lovely and free pattern! You’re very gracious.

  7. I’ve been working on this owl pillow for several days now, using the same yarn and hook as called for in the directions, but the “feathers” aren’t laying flat like yours. I watched the tutorial and also showed it to an expert crocheter, and she feels that the feathers will eventually lay down, but I’m not so sure. I’m crocheting average to slightly loose, but this kills my thumbs. I’ve crocheted some complicated patterns in the past, but something doesn’t seem right. Instead of the entire piece laying flat, it’s almost like it’s trying to curl up. Do you have any suggestions as to what I may be doing wrong? Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Jules – thank you for reaching out. I did not have any issues with curling when using the crocodile stitch. If you want, send a photo to my email address and I’ll see if I can offer any suggestions. Otherwise, try making a small swatch of the croc stitch and see if wet blocking helps? Everyone crochets a little different, but most issues can be worked out with blocking.

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