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The crochet pattern used for this cute crocheted owl is by Ana Clerc, and can be found on Ravelry at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/owls-two-ways-crochet In Part 1 of making an owl, we'll cover the magic circle, and how to use increases to keep your spiral flat. The flat spiral is something you can use in many projects like hats, bags, rugs, and amigurumi. I have made quite a few of these crochet owls in the last two years -- want to see a needle-felted one? Go to http://inspirewireblog.com/homemade-gifts-under-5/ - cute, right? They are cute, quick to make, and a very simple design that is versatile as far as size, color, and versatility of style. They make GREAT GIFTS! The owl's face can be done so many different ways - needle-felted, craft felt, buttons, embroidery, layers, etc. I used some wonderful leather buttons from http://lotsofbuttons.com - don't you love them? I have yet to use fabric on them, but I might give it a try! This is definitely a beginner crochet project, so please give it a try! :) For written instructions and tips, please see "How to Crochet an Owl": http://inspirewireblog.com/how-to-make-a-crochet-owl-beginner/