Free Crochet Patterns

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Hanging Birds

Using a number 3.5 – 4 mm hook and a double knit yarn

Make a slip knot
Round 1.  2ch, then 8dc into the first ch
Round 2.  2htr into each 8dc, join with a ss (16sts)
Round 3.  3ch (counts as first tr), 1htr into base of this ch, 2tr into each remaining htr, join with a ss
Round 4. 3ch (counts as first tr), *2tr into next tr, 1trinto next tr* repeat till round completed, join with a ss
Round 5.  3ch (counts as first tr), *2tr into next tr, 1trinto next tr* repeat till round completed, join with a ss
Round 6, 1ch, 1dc into each tr, join with a ss and fasten off.

Wing x 2

Round 1, 2ch, then 6dc int first ch
Round 2, 2dc into each dc (12sts)
Round 3, 1dc into each dc
Round 4, 1htr, 1tr, fasten off

Tail

Round 1, 2ch, 4dc into first ch
Round 2, turn work, 3ch, 1tr, 1tr, 1tr (4sts)
Round 3, turn work, 3ch and 1tr into base of ch, 1tr, 1tr, 2tr int last stitch
Round 4, turn work, *5ch, ss into the next dc* repeat till end of row (5 loops)

Beak

Round 1, 2ch, 4d into first ch
Round 2, 1htr, 1tr, fasten off

making up

fold the birds over and together leaving a small gap to lightly stuff and position the beak.  stitch to close the hole.  stitch on wings and tail then either use beads for the eyes or embroider the details on.  Using a plaited piece of yarn and wooden beads thread through the birds and make a stitch at the base of each one to fix into place.



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