A Crochet Bucket List Project – Owl Key Chain Pattern
As crochet bucket list projects go – this one is fabulous! The Owl Key Chain is great for keys and also great for your little one’s backpacks! Quick to complete, easy to follow and a great way to use up some of the small bits of leftover yarn I have been accumulating!
This project took me less than 2 hours from start to finish.
If you don’t have polyfil – don’t worry because I actually stuffed my little keychain with yarn ends.
This pattern was designed by Rachel of Yarn Artists –
This quick project would make an excellent gift.
Darla has claimed this one – we are adding it to her school backpack 🙂
This would also make a great craft show table ‘grab’ – I always love seeing small projects on Craft Tables – a great way to spread the name of your business – especially when this one is likely to be used outside the home on a set of keys or a gym bag!
The pattern is written clearly – the only ‘hiccup’ I experienced and it was because I wasn’t paying attention – was for Round 3. Make sure you sc between each hdc stitch (not between each set of stitches like I did!).
Here is my Owl Key Chain crocheted using Red Heart Soft Yarn:
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