• [Photo Tutorial] Beautiful Crochet Owl Rug (Bathroom Set)- With A Twist!

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    UPDATE: Thanks to Lauren, we now have the English written version for this beautiful Owl Rug. To get the free pattern please go to the next page or scroll down to the comments area and read the pattern translated and posted by Lauren. Thank you Lauren, you’re AMAZING! 😉

    I have been looking for this pattern for a while now and finally I came to realize that is a very popular pattern in Brazil and all the written patterns or video patterns I could find are in Portuguese. Now, the good news is that I was able to find a photo tutorial with written instructions on each picture. With a bit of patience and with the help of Google translate, you may be, actually, able to translate each step and complete this project. For more help, on the next you’ll find a video tutorial, still in Portuguese, however, I hope, even if you don’t understand the language, just seeing how the pattern is being done, is going to help.  If, by any chance, I’m going to find the En version for this pattern, I’m going to add it here and let you know.

    You can find the photo tutorial here: Tapete de coruja em crochê courtesy of Janelice Bastiani.

    Visit the Next Page link below for the written pattern.

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    100 Comments to [Photo Tutorial] Beautiful Crochet Owl Rug (Bathroom Set)- With A Twist!

    1. Thank you for all the time you spent in translating the Owl Rug pattern into English. I was wondering if you could provide the pattern for the toilet tank cover and the toilet seat cover as well. Could you also please provide what hook size you recommend? I appreciate your doing this and look forward to your response. If you like, you may send it to me via my email address, [email protected]. Thank you again and God bless.

    2. Sharon S Sheffield

      I would like to have owl the tank pattern and what yarn/thread do I use and size of needle.

    3. I searched a Lot until I found your pattern in English. I have made the owl rug and now I thank you for giving me and others the ability to make more of the owls out there. Thank you! The tank shouldn’t be hard and I found a way to keep the seat cover attached – with closed eyes when raised!

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