Welcome to Witch & Wizard Academy! You are in Transfiguration Class. As part of your lesson, you will be learning about change. You will work some magic and even defeat a troll that wanders into the classroom!
Owl Experience Level: 2 owls (intermediate)
Sizes: Medium professor (in cat form.)
Finished measurements flat:
Body – 11.5” x 24”,
Head – 5” x 5”, Tail – 27” long.
Yarns used: Bulky weight yarn such as:
Cascade Yarns, Ecological Wool, 478 yds – 437m,
100% Un-dyed Peruvian Highland Wool.
MC: Color number 8019 Antique (grey) 1 skein.
CC1: Color number 8025 Night Vision (brown) 1 skein.
Work 16 sts and 17 rows to measure 4×4” in St stitch in the round working stranded intarsia using US 10.5 or
6.5 mm needles with Bulky yarn. Use needles necessary!
A pair of US 10.5 (6.5 mm) circular needles 16 & 24” long,
A set of US 10.5 (6.5 mm) dpns, stitch markers, tapestry needle, embroidery floss for whiskers & “cat eyes”, 2 round black buttons or beads, a pinch of fuzzy yarn for the ear-fluff, 10” wire for tail, stuffing for head & tail.
Tiny owl stitch dictionary:
CC 1: contrasting color 1
dpns: double pointed needles
k2tog: knit the next two stitches together.
MC: main color
m1: lift up the bar before the next stitch front to back and place on the left needle, knit into the back of st.
pm: place marker
(RS): right side
ssk: slip next 2 sts knitwise onto your right needle, insert left needle purlwise into the front of the sts and knit them tog.
sm: slip marker
St st: stockinette/stocking stitch. k a row, purl a row.
(WS): wrong side