Crochet Keycosy, Owl key cozy cover, Pattern No18, in both UK and US crochet terms
*** Pattern No 18 Owl Keycosy ***
These cute little owl "keycosies" are such a cute way of keeping those keys tidy in your handbag and are an ideal present for that person in your life who has everything! They use very little yarn (just 12g/.423oz) and are a great way of using up those small leftovers from other projects. I used just two colours in each cosy but you could of course use as many as you like.
These little cosies measure approx 2.5 in/7cm wide and 3.75in/9.5cm high. The flower string is the same height as the cosy so that the keys just hang below the cosy when pulled down fully. They then tuck safely away inside the cosy when the flower string is pulled up.
Please feel free to sell the items you make from this pattern but please do NOT sell, distribute or reproduce this pattern in anyway. I would also appreciate you crediting my little shop when you sell the finished items :-). Thank you for your respect.
My patterns are written in both UK/European and US/American crochet terms in two separate files. The PDF file attached to this listing is written in UK/European terms. The zip file attached to this listing contains both the UK/European file and the US/American file. (If you are unsure which one to use, the UK/European file uses terms like htr=half treble and the US/American file uses terms like sc=single crochet and hdc=half double crochet. Hope this helps!)
Thanks so much for looking!! R♥
- Written Crochet Pattern with photo tutorial
- Difficulty level Beginners
- Both UK/European and US/American Crochet Terms
- One size pattern
Materials you need at home:
- Any 100% DK Cotton (US DK/Light Worsted, AUS 8-ply). Col 1 (Top) 6g/0.211oz, Col 2 (Bottom) 6g/.211oz, Scrap yarn in black, orange and white.
- 3.50mm (E/4) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Split keyring
- Safety pin or stitch holder
- Optional Stitch marker
Avondale Patterns by Ruth Teskey
I ♥ Crochet!!!
I love all things crafty - knitting, sewing, lacemaking, embroidery, but my true passion is crochet. I was taught to crochet by a wonderful lady and I feel so lucky to be able to pass that knowledge on to others, in my classes and through my written patterns.
I hope you like my little designs. Happy Crocheting! R♥