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Monday, 21 May 2018
PREEMIE CAPS 9 : HAL – Green Angry Bird
– Green Angry Bird
back to my series of the famous angry bird character preemie caps that I’ve
just donated over three charities in Australia.
this blog I thought I’d make a Hal, the green angry bird.It is quite obvious that this bird has been
mapped off the toucan – look at that glorious large yellow beak!This is the image I found of the whole series
of birds – didn’t even know there were so many of them!
may I, as usual, request you to please go through my notes for ideas on
what I’ve done. I’ve basically used stuff toy patterns to make my caps so with
this blog you get a cap and a stuff toy.
This is the full range that I have created. In case you have missed the first few in this series, click on crochet headwear pattern or crochet beanie pattern on the right hand side of this blog (under labels). Then follow me here on Blogger or Facebook for more fun creations.
you for joining me in this interesting creativity session today.
the little birds have eyes, a beak and head feathers – and for each of these
I’ve just worked with a 3.5mm crochet hook and tightened the stitches a
bit.I have not used any polyfill
stuffing anywhere as these caps are intended for preemies in the NICU.If working for a slightly older kid, then you
could use polyfill if you’d like.May I
suggest that you first fill your poly-fill into a stocking and then stuff – to
keep it non-allergic and super safe.
This is my stocking ball, just
for your info (though have not used it for any of my caps here)
have also not made tail feathers for any of them as my preemie babies are going
to be lying down and they may hurt the back of the head.If making yours for an older child, go crazy
and spread huge smiles.
of the angry birds have a slightly different shape, so come on along and see
what I’ve done with this cute range.
you’re having fun.. we’re on our fourth angry bird – Hal the green angry bird
with his huge yellow beak.
Hal –Green angry bird cap
again, I found this free pattern for a Hal stuff toy on Ravelry at
once again I did what I have done with Matilda. Create and enjoy.
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