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Gosia from Cotton Nutty is joining us as a Guest Designer today! Gosia is sharing her adorable amigurumi pattern Bruno the Turkey. The amigurumi crochet instructions with helpful photos are available for free in the post below.

Bruno the Turkey Crochet Pattern

Meet Gosia from Cotton Nutty

My name is Gosia and I live in Southern Poland. Making crocheted toys and creatures is my true love and passion. I will trade candy for yarn. I craft things even if nobody cares. It’s my DNA! I didn’t choose a Crochet life – it chose me and I’m grateful for that. If you’d like to see more of my work then visit my blog at cottonnutty.com, or check out my Etsy shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/CottonNutty


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The Pattern

This is a pattern for a wonderful yet a bit silly Bruno the Turkey. Made with lovely autumn colors – cinnamon, orange, yellow, red and brown, with a dash of white and green. We start with legs, then we continue onto the body and head. Afterwards we crochet wings, tail and a hat. As a last step we make a funny sign saying ‘Eat Chicken‘. It really is as simple as this 🙂

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Supplies

Yarn

  • Vlna Hep Camilla. Sport Weight Yarn [2]. 50 g (1.76 oz) and 125 m (137 yds). 100% Cotton. Machine wash, lay flat to dry
  • Scheepjes Catona. Sport Weight Yarn [2]. 50 g (1.76 oz) and 126 m (138 yds). 100% Cotton. Machine wash, lay flat to dry.
  • Drops Safran. Sport Weight Yarn [2]. 50 g (1.76 oz) and 160 m (175 yds). 100% Cotton. Machine wash.

Yarn Colors

  • Vlna-Hep Camilla # 8187 (I will call it‚ ‘pale yellow’) – ¼ of a skein
  • Vlna-Hep Camilla # 8238 (I will call it ‘cinnamon’) – 1 skein
  • Scheepjes Catona # 106 (I will call it ‘white’) – few meters
  • Drops Safran # 19 (I will call it ‘red’) – ½ of a skein
  • Scheepjes Catona # 162 (I will call it ‘brown’) – ½ of a skein
  • Vlna-Hep Camilla # 8180 (I will call it ‘yellow’) – ½ of a skein
  • Vlna-Hep Camilla # 8198 (I will call it ‘orange’) – ½ of a skein
  • Vlna-Hep Camilla # 8156 (I will call it ‘green’) – ¼ of a skein

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Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Finished Size

Approximately 32 cm (13 inches) tall X 20 cm (8 inches) wide X 12 cm (5 inches) deep

Gauge

21 sts and 25 rows = 10 cm (4 inches) square in sc

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You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different.

Abbreviations

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U.S. Terminology used

ch(s) – chain(s)

dc – double crochet

dec – decrease 2 together

g – grams

hdc – half double crochet

htr – half treble crochet (*see special stitches)

inc – increase 2 in one

m – meters

mr – magic ring

oz – ounces

sc –  single crochet

sk – skip

slpst – slip stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)

tr – treble crochet

yds – yards

Special Stitches

Half Treble Stitch (htr)

Yarn over hook twice, insert hook into stitch, yarn over hook, draw up a loop, (4 loops on hook), yarn over hook, pull through 2 loops, yarn over hook, pull through remaining 3 loops.

Helpful Tutorials

Quick Stitch Guide 

Sl St Joining Technique

Crochet Cheat Sheet | Magic Ring Tutorial | Invisible Join Tutorial | Double Magic Ring Tutorial

Notes

  • When working in rounds work continuously unless instructed otherwise.
  • For assembly utilize seamless joining method to make the toy look neater.
  • At the end of each row, in brackets, I included a number which represents the total number of stitches in a given row. It should help tracking if instructions are followed.
  • The htr is not a standard htr. Please refer to the Special Stitches to learn how to make this stitch.
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Bruno the Turkey Crochet Pattern

We start with making Turkey’s feet and work all the way up to the head. Subsequently we add face details, wings, tail and decorations. Before we proceed though, we need to make two eye whites as they will be needed to complete the Turkey’s head.

Using your 3 mm (D) hook (or size required for gauge) unless stated otherwise:

Eye whites

Make 2 using white yarn.

6 sc in mr

Row 1: 6 inc (12)

Fasten off and leave tail for sewing.

Legs

Make 2, starting with pale yellow yarn. We start with making feet and then work up the leg. For each foot we need to make 3 toes, which we then connect. For first and second toe – fasten off and weave in yarn end. For the third toe – do not finish off. Stuff as you go.

Toes

6 sc in mr

Rows 1 through 7: 6 sc (6)

Row 8: * 1 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (9)

Now place all 3 toes next to each other and work around their top rows, continuing after finishing the third toe. The first stitch of the first row below is the first stitch you make to the middle toe. Look at the image below.

Row 1: 5 sc into one side of the middle toe, 9 sc around the third toe, 4 sc on the other side of the middle toe and 9 sc around the first toe (27)

Row 2: * 1 sc, decr * repeat 9 times (18)

Row 3: * 4 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (15)

Row 4: * 3 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (12)

Now we stop working around but turn at the end of each row. After finishing row 4 make 1 sc, ch 1, turn.

Row 5: 9 sc (9), ch 1, turn 

Row 6: 3 sc, decr, 4 sc (8), ch 1, turn

Row 7: 2 sc, 2 decr, 2 sc (6), ch 1, turn

Row 8: 1 sc, 2 decr, 1 sc (4), ch 1, turn

Row 9: 2 decr (2), ch 1, turn

From now we go back to crocheting around and do not turn at the end of each row.

Row 10: 15 sc (15) [Note: Look at the image. We crochet around the ‘hole’. You should come back to 15 sc – 2 sc from row 9, 2 x 5 sc on each side and ‘leftover’ 3 sc from row 4]

Row 11: 15 sc (15)

Row 12: 2 decr, 4 sc, 2 inc, 5 sc (15)

Rows 13 through 16: decr, 6 sc, inc, 6 sc (15)

Rows 17 through 19: 15 sc (15)

Change yarn to cinnamon.

Row 20: * 4 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (18)

Row 21: * 5 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (21)

Row 22: * 6 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (24)

Row 23: * 7 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (27)

Row 24: * 8 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (30)

Row 25: * 4 sc, inc * repeat 6 times (36)

Row 26: * 5 sc, inc * repeat 6 times (42)

In case of the first leg – fasten off and leave tail for sewing. For the second one – do not finish off as we’ll continue making the rest of the body.

1. FOOT

Joining legs

To connect middle part of legs, use yarn tail which was left after finishing the first leg. Look at the image below. First, align both legs so that feet face same direction. Leave out 4 stitches from where you are after finishing row 26 of the second leg. Starting from the fifth stitch join 12 stitches of both legs (slip stitch or sew, whichever you like). Note that it doesn’t really matter which 12 stitches of the first leg you use for joining as long as feet are more or less aligned. Also, you now have 60 stitches on the perimeter (42 sc from row 26 less 12 used for joining, that is 30 sc for each leg).

2. JOINING LEGS

Body & Head

Continue from the previous step. Stuff as you go.

Row 1: 15 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 7 sc (66)

Row 2: 20 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 5 sc, 2 decr, 5 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 12 sc (68)

Row 3: 25 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 1 sc, 2 decr, 1 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 17 sc (70)

Rows 4 through 13: 70 sc (70)

Row 14: 20 sc, decr, 10 sc, decr, 13 sc, decr, 10 sc, decr, 9 sc (66)

Row 15: * 20 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (63)

Row 16: 11 sc, decr, 19 sc, decr, 19 sc, decr, 8 sc (60)

Row 17: 60 sc (60)

Row 18: * 18 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (57)

Row 19: 11 sc, decr, 17 sc, decr, 17 sc, decr, 6 sc (54)

Row 20: 54 sc (54)

Row 21: * 16 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (51)

Row 22: 11 sc, decr, 15 sc, decr, 15 sc, decr, 4 sc (48)

Row 23: * 14 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (45)

Row 24: 11 sc, decr, 13 sc, decr, 13 sc, decr, 2 sc (42)

Row 25: * 12 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (39)

Row 26: 6 sc, decr, 11 sc, decr, 11 sc, decr, 5 sc (36)

Row 27: * 10 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (33)

Row 28: 6 sc, decr, 9 sc, decr, 9 sc, decr, 3 sc (30)

Row 29: * 8 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (27)

Row 30: 5 sc, decr, 7 sc, decr, 7 sc, decr, 2 sc (24)

Rows 31 through 42: 24 sc (24)

Row 43: * 3 sc, inc * repeat 6 times (30)

Row 44: * 4 sc, inc * repeat 6 times (36)

Row 45: * 5 sc, inc * repeat 6 times (42)

Rows 46 through 57: 42 sc (42)

Row 58: * 5 sc, decr * repeat 6 times (36)

Row 59: * 4 sc, decr * repeat 6 times (30)

Row 60: * 3 sc, decr * repeat 6 times (24)

Now attach eyes. Place eye whites in such a way that the top aligns more or less with row 56. Don’t sew in yet but pin them and attach safety eyes. This should keep the whites secure for now.

Row 61: * 2 sc, decr * repeat 6 times (18)

Row 62: * 1 sc, decr * repeat 6 times (12)

Row 63: 6 decr (6)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end. Sew in eye whites.

3. EYES

Beak

Use pale yellow yarn. Do not stuff.

4 sc in mr

Row 1: * 1 sc, inc * repeat twice (6)

Row 2: * inc, 2 sc * repeat twice (8)

Row 3: 1 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 2 sc (10)

Row 4: * inc, 4 sc * repeat twice (12)

Row 5: * inc, 5 sc * repeat twice (14)

Row 6: * 2 inc, 5 sc * repeat twice (18)

Row 7: 1 sc, 2 inc, 7 sc, 2 inc, 6 sc (22)

Row 8: 3 sc, 2 inc, 9 sc, 2 inc, 6 sc (26)

Row 9: * 4 sc, 2 inc * repeat 3 times, 8 sc (32)

Fasten off and leave long tail for sewing. Flaten out the object to create triangle-like shape (look at the image below). You may want to sew along the to make the attaching process easier.

Now pin the beak to the face in such a way that point C marked on the image (i.e., the middle point) is placed right between the bottom edges of the eyes. Place points A and B on both sides symmetrically. Push points marked with green arrows slightly towards the middle. Once you are happy with the shape and the position – sew the beak onto the turkey’s face.

4. BEAK

Snood

Use 2mm hook and half of the red yarn. Drops Safran consists of 6 twisted strands – take 3 out of 6. Stuff slightly, mainly the bottom parts. We want the snood to be easy to bend.

6 in mr

Row 1: * 1 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (9)

Rows 2 through 4: 9 sc (9)

Row 5: * 1 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (6)

Rows 6 through 25: 6 sc (6)

Row 26: * 1 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (9)

Row 27: 9 sc (9)

Row 28: * 2 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (12)

Row 29: 12 sc (12)

Row 30: * 3 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (15)

Row 31: 15 sc (15)

Row 32: * 4 sc, inc * repeat 3 times (18)

Rows 33 through 35: 18 sc (18)

Row 36: * 4 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (15)

Rows 37 and 38: 15 sc (15)

Row 39: * 3 sc, decr * repeat 3 times (12)

Row 40: 12 sc (12)

Row 41: 6 decr (6)

Fasten off and leave tail for sewing. Attach snood as shown on the image below. Using cinnamon yarn embroider nostrils (marked with purple arrows).

5. SNOOD

Wings

We create two wings by working from the bottom towards the top. Each wing consists of brown base and yellow, orange and red ‘feathers’. Look at the image – each ‘feather’ stripe is numbered. Pattern for each is given below. As a first step – make two pieces of each type. Hint: mark them or sort them somehow so that you know later on which one is which. 

6. WINGS

Feathers #1

Use red yarn.

Ch 6

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc (5)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #2

Use orange yarn.

Ch 10

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc (9)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #3

Use yellow yarn.

Ch 14

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (13)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #4

Use red yarn.

Ch 17

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc (16)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #5

Use orange yarn.

Ch 19

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (18)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #6

Use yellow yarn.

Ch 19

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (18)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #7

Use red yarn.

Ch 19

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (18)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #8

Use orange yarn.

Ch 21

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (20)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #9

Use yellow yarn.

Ch 23

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc, sc (22)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #10

Use red yarn.

Ch 11

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, htr, dc, hdc (10)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #11

Use orange yarn.

Ch 8

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, hdc, slpst, hdc, dc, hdc (7)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Feathers #12

Use yellow yarn.

Ch 6

Beginning from the second chain from the hook: hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc (5)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

RIGHT WING

Use brown yarn. 

Ch 6

Row 1: Beginning from the second chain from the hook 5 sc (5), ch 1, turn

Row 2: Work together with Feather #1, i.e. work as usual but through both structures – previous row of the wing and foundation chain of a given Feather. Inc, 3 sc, inc (7), ch 1, turn

Row 3: inc, 5 sc, inc (9), ch 1, turn

Row 4: work together with Feather #2, inc, 7 sc, inc (11), ch 1, turn

Row 5: inc, 9 sc, inc (13), ch 1, turn

Row 6: work together with Feather #3, inc, 11 sc, inc (15), ch 1, turn

Row 7: 13 sc, inc, 1 sc (16), ch 1, turn

Row 8: work together with Feather #4, 1 sc, inc, 14 sc (17), ch 1, turn

Row 9: 14 sc, inc, 2 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 10: work together with Feather #5, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 11: 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 12: work together with Feather #6, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 13: 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 14: work together with Feather #7, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 15: 15 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc (20), ch 1, turn

Row 16: work together with Feather #8, 20 sc (20), ch 1, turn

Row 17: 17 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc (22), ch 1, turn

Row 18: work together with Feather #9, 22 sc (22), ch 1, turn

Row 19: 2 decr, 8 sc (10), ch 1, turn [Note: do not work till the end of the previous row, just turn after making 10 stitches]

Row 20: work together with Feather #10, 10 sc (10), ch 1, turn

Row 21: 2 decr, 4 sc, decr (7), ch 1, turn

Row 22: work together with Feather #11, 7 sc (7), ch 1, turn

Row 23: decr, 3 sc, decr (5), ch 1, turn

Row 24: work together with Feather #12, 5 sc (5)

Fasten off and leave tail for sewing.

LEFT WING

Use brown yarn. 

Ch 6

Row 1: Beginning from the second chain from the hook 5 sc (5), ch 1, turn

Row 2: Work together with Feather #1, i.e. work as usual but through both structures – previous row of the wing and foundation chain of a given Feather. Inc, 3 sc, inc (7), ch 1, turn

Row 3: inc, 5 sc, inc (9), ch 1, turn

Row 4: work together with Feather #2, inc, 7 sc, inc (11), ch 1, turn

Row 5: inc, 9 sc, inc (13), ch 1, turn

Row 6: work together with Feather #3, inc, 11 sc, inc (15), ch 1, turn

Row 7: 1 sc, inc, 13 sc (16), ch 1, turn

Row 8: work together with Feather #4, 14 sc, inc, 1 sc (17), ch 1, turn

Row 9: 2 sc, inc, 14 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 10: work together with Feather #5, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 11: 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 12: work together with Feather #6, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 13: 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 14: work together with Feather #7, 18 sc (18), ch 1, turn

Row 15: inc, 1 sc, inc, 15 sc (20), ch 1, turn

Row 16: work together with Feather #8, 20 sc (20), ch 1, turn

Row 17: inc, 1 sc, inc, 17 sc (22), ch 1, turn

Row 18: work together with Feather #9, 22 sc (22), ch 1, turn

Row 19: 10 slpst, 8 sc, 2 decr (20), ch 1, turn 

Row 20: work together with Feather #10, 10 sc (10), ch 1, turn [Note: do not work till the end of the previous row, just turn after making 10 stitches]

Row 21: decr, 4 sc, 2 decr (7), ch 1, turn

Row 22: work together with Feather #11, 7 sc (7), ch 1, turn

Row 23: decr, 3 sc, decr (5), ch 1, turn

Row 24: work together with Feather #12, 5 sc (5)

Fasten off and leave tail for sewing.

Attach wings onto the Turkey, roughly at the neck level.

Tail

Start with brown yarn. Note that the final component will be a bit wavy, that is you won’t be able to lay it flat. This is expected.

Chain 13

Row 1: crochet around the foundation chain: 11 sc, 4 sc in 1, 11 sc (26), slip stitch do first stitch of the row to close the oval shape, ch 1, turn

Row 2: decr, 11 sc, 2 inc, 12 sc (28), ch 1, turn

Row 3: change yarn to white, inc, 5 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc (35), ch 1, turn

Row 4: 14 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 14 sc (38), ch 1, turn

Row 5: 4 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 4 sc (45), ch 1, turn

Row 6: 18 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 18 sc (48), ch 1, turn

Row 7: change yarn to yellow, 16 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 16 sc (52), ch 1, turn

Row 8: 4 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 4 sc (58), ch 1, turn

Row 9: 19 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 17 sc (62), ch 1, turn

Row 10: 21 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 21 sc (66), ch 1, turn

Row 11: change yarn to orange, 5 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 21 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 6 sc (72), ch 1, turn

Row 12: 24 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 24 sc (76), ch 1, turn

Row 13: 12 sc, inc, 14 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 15 sc, inc, 12 sc (81), ch 1, turn

Row 14: 3 sc, inc, 22 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 21 sc, inc, 3 sc (87), ch 1, turn

Row 15: change yarn to red, 7 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 17 sc, inc, 17 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 7 sc (94), ch 1, turn

Row 16: 24 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 19 sc (101), ch 1, turn

Row 17: 3 sc, inc, 21 sc, inc, 16 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 16 sc, inc, 21 sc, inc, 5 sc (108), ch 1, turn

Row 18: 10 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc, 14 sc, inc, 14 sc, inc, 14 sc, inc, 14 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc, 11 sc (115), ch 1, turn

Row 19: change yarn to yellow, 24 sc, inc, 65 sc, inc, 24 sc (117), ch 1, turn

Row 20: 8 sc, inc, 25 sc, inc, 13 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 13 sc, inc, 25 sc, inc, 6 sc (124), ch 1, turn

Row 21: 4 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 5 sc (137), ch 1, turn

Row 22: * 10 sc, inc * repeat 6 times, 4 sc, * inc, 10 sc * repeat 5 times, inc, 11 sc (149), ch 1, turn

Row 23: change yarn to brown, 1 sc, * 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 slpst * repeat 21 times, 1 sc (149)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end. Attach tail to the back of the body – look at the image. Place it low and align the ‘open part’ a bit with legs. Take a piece of yellow yarn and sew tail around the first yellow stripe, as highlighted with green arrows.

7. TAIL

Hat

Use brown yarn.

Ch 6

Row 1: crochet around the foundation chain, 4 sc, 4 sc in 1, 3 sc, 3 sc in 1 (14)

Row 2: inc, 4 sc, 2 inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc (18)

Row 3: inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc (24)

Row 4: 11 sc, inc, 11 sc, inc (26)

Row 5: 9 sc, inc, 12 sc, inc, 3 sc (28)

Row 6: 1 sc, inc, 13 sc, inc, 12 sc (30)

Row 7: 13 sc, inc, 16 sc (31)

Row 8: 6 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 7 sc (34)

Row 9: 13 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 13 sc (36)

Row 10: 7 sc, inc, 20 sc, inc, 7 sc (38)

Row 11: 15 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 15 sc (40)

Row 12: 19 sc, inc, 20 sc (41)

Row 13: 14 sc, inc, 9 sc, inc, 16 sc (43)

Row 14: 21 sc, inc, 21 sc (44)

Rows 15, 16 and 17: 44 sc (44)

Row 18: * 1 sc, inc * repeat 22 times (66)

Row 19: * 2 sc, inc * repeat 22 times (88)

Fasten off and weave in yarn end.

Strap

Use orange yarn.

Ch 45

Row 1: beginning from the second chain from the hook 44 sc (44), ch 1, turn

Row 2: 44 sc (44)

Fasten off and leave long tail for sewing.

Attach the strap onto the hat in such a way that the bottom of the strap aligns with Row 17 of the hat. That is, place it very close the point where we started massive increases.

As a last step push the top of the hat slightly inside to shape it. Look at the image below for guidance.

Put the hat onto Bruno’s head. Tweak it to make him look a bit goofy. There is no need to sew it in – it should sit pretty firmly.

8. HAT

Green Plate

Use green yarn.

Ch 16

Row 1: beginning from the second chain from the hook 15 sc (15), ch 1, turn

Rows 2 through 23: 15 sc (15), ch 1, turn

Row 24: 15 sc (15)

Do not finish off yet. Fold the component along the shorter axis and crochet around the rectangle. You should make 54 sc, that is 15 sc for top edge, 15 sc for bottom edge and 12 sc for each side (24 rows after folding in half will give you 12). Afterwards chain 45 and connect to the opposite corner. Fasten off and weave in yarn end. Embroider “Eat Chicken” using white yarn. Look at the image below.

9. PLATE

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