How or can i do this using circular knitting needles?

How or can i do this using circular knitting needles?

Owl Pattern
Makes an owl that is 5″ tall (including the ears) and 4 1/2″ wide (not including the wingspan if you leave the wings free).
Supplies
1 ball Chunky weight yarn. I used Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Superchunky
4 double pointed needles size 8
tapestry needle
stuffing
white and gold felt
2 black 1/2 inch buttons. I used plastic hank buttons and cut off the hanks.
fabric glue
super glue (optional)
Gauge: 3 ½ stitches per inch knit in the round
Gauge is not super important here, just keep in mind that is you have more stitches per inch you will have a smaller owl and if you have less stitches per inch you will have a bigger owl. You do want the weave to be tight so that the stuffing doesn’t show through. To get this, I use a needle a couple size smaller than the yarn calls for.
Abbreviations
k – knit
kfb – knit front and back
ssk – slip slip knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
Body
You are knitting the body from the top down.
Cast on 6 stitches. Place marker to mark end of round. Join together to knit in the round being careful not to twist the stitches.
Round 1: kfb all stitches. 12 stitches
Round 2: knit
Round 3: kfb, kfb, kfb, kfb, kfb, kfb, k6. 18 stitches
Round 4: knit
Round 5: kfb, k1, kfb, k1, kfb, k2, kfb, k1, kfb, k1, kfb, k6. 24 stitches
Round 6: knit
Round 7: kfb, k2, kfb, k2, kfb, k4, kfb, k2, kfb, k2, kfb, k6. 30 stitches
Round 8: knit
Round 9: kfb, k3, kfb, k3, kfb, k6, kfb, k3, kfb, k3, kfb, k6. 36 stitches
This is a good time to bring your cast on tail inside and weave it in.
Round 10: knit
Round 11: kfb, k4, kfb, k4, kfb, k8, kfb, k4, kfb, k4, kfb, k6. 42 stitches
Round 12: knit
Round 13: kfb, k5, kfb, k5, kfb, k10, kfb, k5, kfb, k5, kfb, k6. 48 stitches
Round 14: knit
Round 15: kfb, k6, kfb, k6, kfb, k12, kfb, k6, kfb, k6, kfb, k6. 54 stitches
Round 16-30: knit
Round 31: ssk, k6, ssk, k6, ssk, k12, k2tog, k6, k2tog, k6, k2tog, k6. 48 stitches
Round 32: knit
Round 33: ssk, k5, ssk, k5, ssk, k10, k2tog, k5, k2tog, k5, k2tog, k6. 42 stitches
Round 34: knit
Round 35: ssk, k4, ssk, k4, ssk, k8, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k4, k2tog, k6. 36 stitches
Round 36: knit
Round 37: ssk, k3, ssk, k3, ssk, k6, k2tog, k3, k2tog, k3, k2tog, k6. 30 stitches
Round 38: knit
Start stuffing the owl. You want to stuff it fully, but not so much that the stuffing shows through the stitching. Continue to add stuffing as you finish the knitting.
Round 39: ssk, k2, ssk, k2, ssk, k4, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k2, k2tog, k6. 24 stitches
Round 40: knit
Round 41: ssk, k1, ssk, k1, ssk, k2, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k6. 18 stitches
Round 42: knit
Round 43: ssk, ssk, ssk, k2tog, k2tog, k2tog, k6. 12 stitches
Round 44: ssk, ssk, ssk, k2tog, k2tog, k2tog, 6 stitches
Cut off about a 12 inch tail. Put the tail on a tapestry needle and weave through the remaining 6 stitches. Take off the knitting needle and pull tight. Now pull the needle and yarn straight through to the other side of the body and pull to create an indent, this will make a base for him to sit on.

http://www.justcraftyenough.com/2011/09/project-little-black-owl/

You could do this using 2 circular needles or magic loop if you don’t want to use dpns.

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