Barn Owls (and a moonstruck pup)

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Yes, that pup always manage to be in the background of my pictures somewhere, looking moonstruck… Don’t be fooled by those eyes…

I have nearly completed a pair of these barn owl mitts for Boy, as he is a bit of an owlet himself

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This is how it looks before blocking… I shall post better pictures very soon…

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The pattern is The Woodsy Association from Tiny Owl Knits. I have added the little silver charm for a little extra Owl Power…

It’s a very quick knit, worked flat. Ideal for last minute Christmas presents. The pattern includes the charts for 5 woodland animals:

The woodsy association

Picture above from Tiny Owl Knits : Racoon, Barn Owl, Deer, Wolf and Badger – with their knitted charms.

I have used the old yarn from the 70’s-80’s my mum gave me a while back.

I’m off to knit up the wolf next, to counteract the effect of the moonstruck pup stare, so that she doesn’t turn me into a werewolf in the next full moon…

Author: FocalHeart

My name is Noémie, I run animal communication workshops to help people enhance their relationship with animals and the natural world. My work is about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.

11 thoughts on “Barn Owls (and a moonstruck pup)”

  1. Those mittens are adorable! I love the inclusion of the little charm too. The whole collection looks great with the little tails and things. I would love a wolf for one hand and a raccoon for the other.

    1. She has been with us since January… so not so new addition :) she is obsessed with yarn and sheep and knitting and all things hand knitted – just like me, but the way she expresses it is rather different/destructive…

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