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Free Amigurumi Crochet - Turkey

Posted on November 09, 2019 by Lorene Eppolite | 0 Comments


Rnd1: Starting at the top of your turkey’s head with brown yarn sc x 6 in a magic ring, or ch x 2 and do 6sc in the second chain from your hook (6)

Rnd2: Inc x 6 (12)

Rnd3: [Sc, in] x 6 (18)

Rnd4: Sc x 18 (18)

Rnd5: [Sc, inc] x 9 (27)

Rnd6-8: Sc x 27 (27)

Rnd9: You will be adding the safety eyes in this round. Sc x 11, place your first eye in the last stitch you just did, sc x 2, place your second eye in the last stitch, sc x 14 (27)

Rnd10: Sc x  27 (27)

Rnd11: Sc, [sc x 3, dec] x 5, sc (22)

Rnd12-13: Sc x 22 (22)

Rnd14: Dec x 11 (11)

Rnd15: Stuff your turkey firmly. Sc, dec x 5 (6)

Rnd16: Inc x 6 (12)

Rnd17: [Sc, inc] x 6 (18)

Rnd18: [Sc, inc] x 9 (27)

Rnd19:Sc, [sc x 4, inc] x 5, sc (32)

Rnd20-21: Sc x 32 (32)

Rnd22: Sc x 2, [sc x 3, dec] x 6 (26)

Rnd23-26: Sc x 26 (26)

Rnd27: Stuff your turkey firmly, dec x 13 (13)

Rnd28: Dec x 6, sc (7)
Rnd29: Dec x 3 closed, fasten off (3)

 

Beak

Rnd1: Starting at the tip of the beak with orange yarn sc x 6 in a magic ring, or ch x 2 and do 6sc in the second chain from your hook (6)

Rnd2: Sc x 6, leave a long tail and fasten off (6) 

 

Next week we will be making our feet and feathers, and assembling our little gobblers. 

PART TWO

This week we are working on our finishing touches, feet, feathers and wings and then assembling our little gobble gobble turkeys. Just in time for Thanksgiving. 

 

Feet (make 2)

Rnd1-2: Work same as the beak, but do not fasten off! (6)

Rnd3: Sc x 6, leave a long tail and fasten off (6)

 

Small Feather (make 4) 

Rnd1: Starting at the tip of the feather with the color of your choosing sc x 6 in a magic ring, or ch x 2 and do 6sc in the second chain from your hook (6)

Rnd2-3: Sc x 6 (6)

Rnd4: [Sc, inc] x 3 (9)

Rnd5: Sc x 9 (9)

Rnd6: [Sc x 2, inc] x 3 (12)

Rnd7: Switch to brown yarn and sc x 12 (12)

Rnd8-10: Sc x 12 (12)

Rnd11: [Sc x 2, dec] x 3 (9)

Rnd12: Sc x 9 (9)

Rnd13: [Sc, dec] x 3, leave a long tail and fasten off (6)

 

 

Large Feather (make 1)

R1-12: Work the same as the small feather.

Rnd13-14: Sc x 9 (9)

Rnd15: [Sc, dec] x 3 (6)

Rnd16: Sc 6, leave a long tail and fasten off (6)

 

Wing (make 2)

Rnd1: Starting at the tip of your wing with brown yarn sc x 6 in a magic ring, or ch x 2 and do 6sc in the second chain from your hook (6)

Rnd2-3: Sc x 6 (6)

Rnd4: [Inc, sc] x 3 (9)

Rnd5: Sc x 9 (9)

Rnd6: [Sc, dec] x 3 leave a long tail and fasten off (6)

 

 

Assembly

Make sure your turkey is stuffed firmly weave in the ends. Sew on the feet, wings and beak. I use dressmaking pins to attach the pieces to the body, placing them where I feel they look best. Sew them in place, and trim your ends. See the photo of the back of the turkey to give you an idea on placement for the feathers. With the one large feather in the middle. Sew on eyebrows. Cut a few strands of yarn and weave them thru a loop on the top of your turkey’s head and trim them. Now enjoy your new feathery friend! 




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