Harry Potter Hedwig Owl Knitting Pattern

Harry Potter Hedwig Owl Knitting Pattern

This free knitting pattern shows you how to knit a Hedwig Harry Potter owl. Perfect for a Harry Potter party.

What you need

4 50g balls of ( Panda Swansea)
6mm needles
Small amount of toy fill .



If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you’ll love this free knitting pattern for a Hedwig Owl! This iconic character from J.K. Rowling’s beloved series is a favorite among fans young and old. With this knitting pattern, you can create your own fluffy white owl to keep you company while you read your favorite Harry Potter books.

This pattern is perfect for knitters of all skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced knitter, you’ll be able to follow along with the easy-to-read instructions and create a beautiful owl in no time.

The finished product is an adorable and realistic-looking owl that is sure to bring a smile to your face. The owl measures approximately 10 inches tall and 6 inches wide, making it the perfect size for displaying on a bookshelf or desk.

Begin at the bottom

Using 2 strands of yarn

Cast on 30 stitches

Using garter stitch throughout

Knit one row into the back of each stitch

Knit 4 rows

( knit 3 knit twice into next stitch ) to the end  (37 )

Knit 12 rows

(Knit 3  knit 2 tog) to the end  (30)

Knit 4 rows

(Knit 3 knit 2 tog) to the end. (24)

(knit 3 knit 2 tog ) to last 4 stitches knit 4. (20)

Knit 6 rows

(Knit 2 knit 2 tog ) to the end  ( 16)

Knit 1 row

Thread yarn through stitches and fasten off

Leave the bottom open and stitch up the side

Fasten off and secure

Fill with wadding nice and firm.stitch around the bottom and secure .

Make 2 ( wings )

Cast on 3 stitches

knit 1 row

Knit twice into 1 st and last st   (5 )

Knit one row

Knit twice into 1st abc last stitch. ( 7 )

Knit 1 row

Knit twice into the 1 st and last st ( 9 )

Knit 4 rows

Knit twice into first st   (10 )

Knit 1 row

Knit 2 tog 1st and last st  (8 )

Knit 1 row

Knit 2 tog 1st and last st (6)


Use white or cream felt for the surrounds of the eyes and tan felt for the beak.

I used teddy eyes for the inner eye but you could use felt or a bead.

What do you think?



  1. This is adorable. Knitted up quickly and everyone who has seen the finished product loved it. Will definitely be making more.

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