Awesome Owl Basket ~ 50% off!!

I just added this super cute owl basket to my shop today and wanted to give everyone the opportunity to snatch it up for a great price. Normally only my newsletter subscribers get the discount codes (hint, hint), but I love this basket so much, I want everyone to try it out. So click on one of the pictures below to go check it out and use promo code: owl50 during checkout to receive the discount. It’s only good until July 14, 2013 midnight Pacific time so be sure to act fast. Aslo, if you don’t want to be out of the loop again, sign up for my newsletterand get notice (and discounts) on new pattern releases!

Skill Level: Easy This monochromatic owl basket is simple and chic with a twist. It’s generous size (28 inches around by 12 inches high) can hold three full size rolled up towels. But don’t stop there! Use it to hold toys in the kid’s room, or odds and ends in the living room. Using thick yarn it is sturdy and can stand up on it’s own, yet can collapse flat when not needed.
Skill Level: Easy
This monochromatic owl basket is simple and chic with a twist. It’s generous size (28 inches around by 12 inches high) can hold three full size rolled up towels. But don’t stop there! Use it to hold toys in the kid’s room, or odds and ends in the living room. Using thick yarn it is sturdy and can stand up on it’s own, yet can collapse flat when not needed.

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25 thoughts on “Awesome Owl Basket ~ 50% off!!

  1. I love this pattern and I just completed the basket portion today. It worked out perfectly! I’m about to start the eyes and I was just wondering if I should still use the 10mm hook with 2 strands or change to a smaller hook to keep the stitches tight?

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  2. Hi! I purchased this pattern on my Kindle. It looks great and simple. I just want to make sure i understand the amount of yan needed. 2 skeins of yarn at 478 yards each …. total of 956 yards total?

    The local stores don’t have the brand of yarn you listed, do you have any suggestions of another brand? And bulky 5, right?

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    • Hi there, yes the yardage is correct. You are working with four strands of the yarn at once to make a really big basket with minimal stitches. A great substitution is to use two strands of super bulky and use half the yardage. I love Lion Brand Hometown USA for baskets. Just be sure to use a hook that makes the stitches as tight as possible so you get a sturdy basket. 🙂

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  3. I was looking for your owl basket pattern for purchase, but whenever I click on any of the links or pictures it brings me to a “oops” page. Where can I find your pattern to purchase?

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  4. I live in Australia and just purchased your pattern, love it and can’t wait to go out and get some yarn to start creating. I have two young nieces 8 and 5 and I thought they would love these to use for storage in their rooms. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. New to crocheting. What does it mean when it says by recommended yarn: “5 – bulky”. Is that a kind of yarn, or amount of yarn needed, or ??

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    • Hi there, great question. when you read a yarn label you will usually see a picture of a yarn skein with a number inside. That number corresponds with its weight. So a bulky weight yarn will have a “5” inside the picture of yarn on your wrapper. So I put both the number and the weight so you can find a yarn to work with the pattern easier. 🙂

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