Cute Free Owl Cross Stitch Pattern Whoo-Hoo Me

WhooHooMe-free-owl-cross-stitchHow cute is this little guy? You know I love finding owl cross stitch patterns around the web, and this one just happens to be a freebie.

Whoo-Hoo Me comes from Kincavel Krosses and those big owl eyes are just too adorable. I had to share the cuteness.

Of course at this point I have so many owls on my to-stitch list that I’ll probably never get them all stitched up, but a girl can dream.

BUT – there’s actually two versions of Whoo-Hoo Me…. meet Whoo-Hoo Me Too, with pretty eyelashes to bat at you with cuteness in pink and purple! It’s a two-for-one kind of deal.

While you’re visiting Kincavel Krosses make sure to sign up for Kell’s email list to get updates so you can enjoy all of her adorable free patterns.

Happy Stitching!
Loretta

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About Loretta Oliver

I’ve been a cross stitcher since I was 8 years old. It was something I learned as a Girl Scout when we did a project for a badge related to crafts and the group choose to cross stitch a holiday design on a red sweatshirt using waste canvas. (Talk about hard first project, that was such a pain!) I was one of the first ones finished and I’ve had a needle in my hand almost every day since then.

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  1. Katie via STNA's Facebook Fan Page says:

    Thank you so much! LOVE OWLS!!!

  2. Thanks for linking to my designs – I’m so pleased you like them! Ollie and Owlivia will have some more woodland friends joining them on the site soon and they’ll also be available for free download.

    Just one wee thing though – Kincavel Krosses as a “c” in the middle of the first word, not a “k” – just in case anyone needs it for a Google search. ;)

    Kell @ Kincavel Krosses

  3. It’s adorable! I love it

  4. Laurel Piontek says:

    That is too cute!! I’ve been into owls lately! Thank you Loretta and Kell!

  5. Muchas gracias por los patrones! están preciosos!

  6. What count material do you suggest using? Thanks!! :)

  7. I’ve been a cross stitcher for a long time, but this year my daughter became a Brownie, and I in turn became a Guider, Tawny Owl to be exact. Next year, I become Brown Owl, and ever since starting this, I’ve become obsessed with owls. I’ll be bookmarking this site for sure! Thanks very much! =)

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