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Owl Eye Mask

© Roman Sock

Supplies

Brown worsted weight yarn
Yellow worsted weight yarn
Orange worsted weight yarn
Yellow worsted weight yarn
G/6 (4.00 mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle

Instructions

Base Rectangle
Chain 39 stitches.

Use one stitch as the original turning stitch, then single crochet 10 rows of 38 stitches.

Fasten off.

Semi-circles
Join with a sl st in the 8th stitch from the edge.

From this position, fanstitch 7 sc into the 9th stitch.

Once this is done, sc around the fan, being careful to anchor each row into the main rectangle, so that it makes a joined-up fabric.

It will take around 7 lines of sc until the end of the semi circle met up with the end of the base rectangle.

Repeat this step on the other side. It should leave a nose sized gap in the middle.

SC around the entire mask in a contrasting color to hold everything together and give it a nice edge.

Owl Eyes
The eyes are just a crocheted circle ending up with 42 stitches.

Then do one round in brown and the next in white with 6 picot stitches to create a ruffle.

The inside of the eye is just a loosely embroidered diamond.

Beak
The eyes are just a crocheted circle ending up with 42 stitches.

Then do one round in brown and the next in white with 6 picot stitches to create a ruffle.

The inside of the eye is just a loosely embroidered diamond.

Finishing
Sew all of the pieces onto the mask using yarn in the appropriate colors and a yarn needle.

Final Product

Owl Eye Mask

Credit

Roman Sock's tutorial was taken with permission from littlegreen.typepad.com.

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