What a Hoot!

When my niece, Katie, was home for Easter I did a little crocheting for her. Katie is a Chi Omega and I thought she needed an owl purse (Chi Omega’s mascot). I don’t really expect her to carry it around campus but I thought it would make a cute bag for something.

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It was simple to crochet and I thought having a zipper in the back made it extra cool. I bought the pattern here. The pattern is made by Ana Paula Rimoli. Her Etsy shop is filled with some darling patterns. She has free patterns for a cupcake, fried egg and bear.

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9 Responses to “What a Hoot!”

  1. jennifer w. Says:

    This is incredible! Who wouldn’t flaunt this cutie?

  2. judy Says:

    Now this is freakin’ adorable!

  3. Jenny Says:

    What a good auntie! She loves it! So very cute and perfect in her room! There are 181 jealous girls. You’re the best!

  4. Katie (the niece) Says:

    It’s a hit for sure! I love it and so do all my friends… can I order 181 more?

  5. geckogrrl Says:

    This is so totally awesome!

  6. Rachel Says:

    How cute! I can’t imagine why any girl wouldn’t want to carry one of those around .. no matter what age.🙂

  7. Andrea & Isabella Says:

    Oh I wish you lived next door!

  8. Randi Says:

    Very cute! I think she will be glad to tote it around! Thanks for the pattern links.

  9. Leather Tote Bags Says:

    Leather Tote Bags…

    I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you….

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