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Helenmay Crochet Amigurumi Christmas Cardinal Bird CAL

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I am so happy that Helenmay Crochet Special Member, from the year 2018, Jodie R. made a Christmas Hot Pad request. I informed her that more than likely I wouldn’t be able to complete this crochet request for  Christmas (2018), but it will be complete before Christmas 2019. Jodie wanted me to make a beginner Tunisian Crochet YouTube video tutorial for the Christmas Hot Pad. I ended up making the YouTube video tutorial for a Hot Pad, Tawashi, and/or Pillow!  The Tunisian Crochet Cardinal Pillow turned out really gorgeous and is one of my personal favorites! I use the finished cardinal hot pad in my own kitchen.  If you would like to try and make the Tunisian Crochet Cardinal Bird Hot Pad, Tawashi, and/or pillow, here is the direct blog link: Beginner Tunisian Crochet Cardinal Hot Pad, Tawashi, and/or Pillow

I saw another crochet blogger post about the Netherlands “Longest Line of Birds,” and I remembered Jodie’s crochet project request. So, I decided to use the same bird that Jodie R. requested for her Christmas Hot Pad request for the “Longest Line of Birds.” I have already finished the Crochet Christmas Cardinal amigurumi that was sent to the Netherlands on 18Mar19. I loved how it turned out and the YouTube video tutorial is at the end of this blog post.

My Helenmay Crochet Amigurumi Christmas Cardinal is eligible for my Crochet Outstanding Amigurumi Contest for the year 2019. Deadline is 1Sep19.

If you would like to purchase the Ravelry PDF written pattern, here is the direct Ravelry link: Helenmay Crochet Christmas Cardinal Bird PDF written pattern

This CAL is now complete 9Jun2019.

Helenmay Crochet Amigurumi Christmas Cardinal CAL

Page 1 Cover Page

Page 2 General Materials

  1. Crochet Hook size 3.75mm

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2. 10mm safety doll eyes. I used Fab Lab eyes from Joann Craft Store. The following are non-affiliate links for some of my other favorite quality safety doll eyes:

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3. 16 gauge craft wire

This will be used for the feet.

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4. 1 skein Cherry Red colored yarn.

This is the main color for your bird.  Optional yarn color choice: I Love this Yarn Cranberry colored yarn for the bird.

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5. 1 skein Red Heart Black colored yarn.

This is for the face of the bird. I also used it in the tail for my birds.

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6. 1 skein of Red Heart Tan colored yarn. Alternate color choice is gray.

This is for the alternate color in the tail and wings. You could use black yarn instead if you wanted to.

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7. 1 skein Red Heart white colored yarn.

This will be for the bird stand.

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8. 1 skein Red Heart with Love Chocolate colored yarn.

This color will be used for the branches on the stand.

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9. 1 skein Red Heart Orange colored yarn. Alternate choice: “I Love this Cotton” orange colored yarn.

This color will be used for the beak.

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10. Chenille stems, red colored.

I used these for the top of the head and in the tail.

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-Optional: Yarn Bee Soft Secret Honey colored yarn to sew the claw feet to the log. This yarn is also good for making my Crochet Amigurumi Corgi Dogs.

The paid written pattern on Ravelry will include the Crochet Christmas Holly with Berries.

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HEAD: Start with your red colored yarn.

Round 1 –Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the magic circle. Round 2 -2sc into every stitch around (total of 12)
***Alternative to the magic circle:
-Ch2 -Work all of your stitches in the second ch from the hook. Do not count the 1st ch you skipped as a stitch.
Increase rounds:
Round 3 –*1sc in 1 stitch and 2sc in the second stitch. Repeat from *(18 total).
Join your black colored yarn at this time. Don’t cut the previous colored yarn. We are going to crochet with both yarn colors one at a time.
Round 4 -Crocheting with your black colored yarn, and crocheting around the red colored yarn (Carrying it with you as you crochet.). Make 1sc in the next 6 st.

 

 

 

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-Drop the black colored yarn, and pick up the red colored yarn. You should have 1 black loop on your crochet hook. Bring up a loop with your red colored yarn. Pull on the black colored yarn until the black loop disappears. Crochet with the red colored yarn only. DO NOT crochet around the black colored yarn. Make 1sc in every st until you reach the first black colored st. for the round. (18 total)
This is a different color changing technique that I made a separate video tutorial for. The original Christmas Cardinal YouTube video tutorial has a different color change technique.

Round 5 –With the red loop still on the crochet hook, bring up the black colored yarn (Be careful as you stretch it across the wrong side: Not too tight. Not too slack). Bring up a loop with the black colored yarn. Pull on the red yarn, until the red loop disappears. Make 1sc in the next 6 st with the black yarn only. DO NOT crochet around the red colored yarn.

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HEAD Cont:
Round 5 Cont: -With the black loop remaining on the crochet hook, bring up the red colored yarn (Be careful as you stretch it across the wrong side: Not too tight. Not too slack). Bring up a loop with the red colored yarn. Pull on the black yarn, until the black loop disappears. Make 1sc in the remaining st with the red yarn only. DO NOT crochet around the black colored yarn. (18 total)
Hint: Keeping the st count will help prevent accidentally crocheting into the color change loop as a st.

Round 6: -Make 1sc with the red yarn into the first black colored st. With the red loop remaining on the crochet hook, bring up a loop with the black colored yarn. Pull on the red yarn, until the red loop disappears. Make 1sc in each of the black colored yarn st with the black colored yarn only, except for the last black colored st. With the black loop remaining on the crochet hook, bring up a loop with the red colored yarn. Pull on the black yarn, until the black loop disappears. Make 1sc in each of the remaining st with the red colored yarn. (18 total) (4 total black colored st).
Hint: After your color change, and after making your first st with the new color, you can gently pull on the previous colored yarn again, to make the color change loop disappear (If you have a problem with it reappearing). If your st count is off, there is a good chance you used a color change loop as a st.

 

 

 

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HEAD Cont:
Round 7: After your last sc in the red st, and the red loop remaining on the crochet hook, bring up a loop with the black colored yarn. Pull on the red yarn, until the red loop disappears. Make 1sc in each of the black colored yarn st with the black colored yarn only. With the black loop remaining on the crochet hook, bring up a loop with the red colored yarn. Pull on the black yarn, until the black loop disappears. Make 1sc in each of the remaining st with the red colored yarn. (18 total) (4 black colored st total).
Round 8 and Round 9: Repeat round 7 two more times.
Increase Round:
Round 10: *Make 1sc in 2st and then 2sc in the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (24 total)

 

 

 

Now, place your 10mm safety doll eyes. I placed my safety doll eyes approximately 2 to 3 rounds down from the magic circle and had approximately 3 stitches between the eyes.
Set the head aside for now while we make the beak.
BEAK: Use your orange colored yarn. Make 2 pieces the same way for 1 beak.
-Ch3.

-Make 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook and 1sc into the next st.

-Turn your work, make 1sc into the next st. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing.

 

 

 


Make 1 more piece the exact same way. Lay one piece of the beak on top of the other so that the two points, where you finished off, line up and form a triangle. The base of the triangle will be sewn on the birds face. Using your tapestry needle sew the two sides of the triangular beak. Leave the base of the triangle open.

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Now, center and line up the top of the beak just under the safety doll eyes. Sew the beak in place. At this point, you can embroider any black areas of the face with your tapestry needle, if needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

RETURNING TO WHERE WE LEFT OFF CROCHETING ON THE HEAD:
-Make 1sc in every st around for 5 rounds. (24 total)
Cardinal bird crest on top of the head: Use your red pipe stems.
Using the magic circle as a landmark, count one round out towards the front of the head. Directly in the center, poke the pipe stem through the head and leave approximately 2 to 3 inches showing (You can trim it later). Use your inexpensive scissors to trim some of the excess pipe stem protruding out of the opposite side of the head (Make sure that you leave plenty of pipe stem to secure inside of the head. Take your second pipe stem, and approximately one round directly behind the first pipe stem, insert your second pipe stem the exact same way. The third pipe stem goes down the center of the magic circle. The fourth pipe stem goes one round directly behind the third pipe stem.

Carefully turn the bird inside out and tie the pipe cleaners into a knot, you can use the loose yarn end on the inside to help secure the pipe cleaners in place. DO NOT pull the pipe stems on the outside of the bird’s head. You need to leave enough on the outside of the bird for the crest on top of the head. I held on to the pipe stems on the outside as I tied the knot on the inside. I folded the pipe stems back on themselves on the wrong side, when I was finished tying knots. Turn your work right-side out when you are finished.

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Now, you can trim the crest with your scissors. Trim the crest at an angle. The larger pipe stem should be towards the front of the head.

 

 

 

RETURNING TO WHERE WE LEFT OFF CROCHETING ON THE HEAD AND STARTING THE BODY:
Increase round:
-*Make 1sc in 3 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (30 total) -Make 1sc in every st around for 3 rounds. (30 total)
Decrease round:
-*Make 1sc in 3 st and then Sc2tog. Repeat from * for one round. (24 total) -Make 1sc in every st around for 3 rounds. (24 total) -Slst. FO.
Set this portion aside while we make the feet.

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MAKING THE FEET: Use your 16g copper wire. Cut 4 pieces approximately 3.5 inches long each. There will be 2 pieces per foot. Time 43:15 in the video tutorial.

 

 

 

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Take one of the copper wire pieces and form a loop approximately 1 inch from the bottom of the wire. Insert the second wire halfway through the loop and twist it around the first wire until you have 3 claws: 1 claw with the looped portion from the first wire, and the second wire forms the other 2 claws. One claw towards the front, and 2 claws toward the back. Repeat the process with the other 2 wires to form the other foot. If needed, trim the claws to make both feet symmetrical. EXTREME CAUTION: WEAR EYE SAFETY BEFORE CUTTING THE CLAWS AT THIS POINT BECAUSE THE SMALL CUT WIRE COULD FLY UP INTO YOUR FACE. Optional: You could wrap yarn around the claws at this point to cover them. I just left the wire as is in the video tutorial and for this written pattern.
Set the wire feet aside for now.
BIRD THIGH: Use your red colored yarn. Make 2.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the magic circle.

-Make 1sc in every st around for 1 round. Slst. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing.

 


Make it so that the bird thigh forms a small cup; with the loose yarn end (From the start of the magic circle) in the center. Take the claw feet and insert the long end of the wire into the center of the magic circle of the bird thigh, then insert the long end of the wire into the body of the bird. I inserted my wire 3 rounds up from the bottom of the bird’s body. Using an imaginary line from the bird’s eye, line up the wire to enter the front of the body. Remove the wire for now, and sew the bird thigh in place. Bring the loose yarn end from the magic circle into the body of the bird to help secure the wire later. With your tapestry needle, and the long loose yarn end that you left for sewing, sew all around the base of the bird thigh to secure it to the body. Repeat the process with the other bird thigh, making sure that they are symmetrical.

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MAKING THE FEET Cont:

 

 

 

Insert the long end of the wire, of the bird foot, into the center of the magic circle of the bird thigh that you just sewed in place. Fold the wire approximately 1cm back on itself on the inside of the bird’s body. Bend the wire down on the inside of the body and sew it in place, leaving approximately 1 inch of the leg showing on the outside of the body. You can reposition the claws of the feet later. You should not be able to see your stitches on the right side of the bird’s body. DO NOT SEW ON THE LAST ROUND OF THE BIRD’S BODY, BECAUSE WE NEED THAT ROW TO FINISH CROCHETING AND CLOSING THE BODY. You can also trim and shape the claws more when you have finished the crochet bird stand.

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Set the bird aside for now, while we make the tail.

Page 10. This bird is eligible for my Crochet Outstanding Amigurumi Contest for the year 2019.

TAIL: Use your red colored yarn to start. The start of Part 2 of 2 video tutorial.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the circle. (6 total)

-Make 2sc in every st around for 1 round. Slst. Join your black colored yarn. Cut the previous colored yarn. (12 total)

 

 

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-*Ch14 with the black colored yarn, make 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook and 1sc in every st back across towards the magic circle. Once you reach the magic circle, make a sc into the next st on the circle. Repeat from * 2 more times. Slst. FO. Bury all of your loose yarn ends.

 

 

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Insert 3 red chenille stems through the center of the magic circle. Time 5:45 in the video tutorial. If you have difficulties, you can insert a chenille stem through your tapestry needle, bend the stem back on itself approximately 1 inch, and bring the stem through the center with your tapestry needle. “Jiggle” the tapestry needle back and forth as you pull the chenille stem through the center of the magic circle.

Line up one of the chenille stems with the first black tail strip. Insert your crochet hook into the red st on the magic circle just before the first black tail strip. Join your red colored yarn (Time 6:59 in the video tutorial). Crocheting around the chenille stem and loose yarn end, make 1sc into the first st on the black tail strip and 1sc into the next 6st crocheting around the chenille stem and loose yarn end.

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-Make 1hdc in every st across except for the st before the tip of the strip, make 2hdc in the st before and after the tip of the strip. Make 1hdc into the tip of the strip (The chenille stem and loose yarn end should be completely buried at this point), and then continue making 1hdc in every st on the opposite side of the strip until you reach the same point where the sc stitches start on the opposite side of the strip. Make 1sc in every st remaining on the strip until you reach the magic circle.

-*Crocheting around the next chenille stem and into the next black tail strip, make 1sc into 7st, 1hdc into the next st, and every st except for the st before and after the tip of the tail strip, 1hdc into the tip of the tail strip, and then continue making 1hdc in every st on the opposite side of the strip until you reach the same point where the sc stitches start on the opposite side of the strip. Make 1sc in every remaining st on the strip until you reach the magic circle. Repeat from * for the last remaining tail strip. Slst into the next st on the magic circle. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing.

 

 

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Sewing the tail on the back of the bird. The “Right side” of the tail feathers will be pointing downwards. Line up the bottom of the tail’s magic circle portion one round up from the bottom opening of the bird (Remember that you need the last round of the bird’s body to crochet closed later, after sewing on the tail). Holding the bottom of the tail in place, bring the chenille stems into the body of the bird. Using your tapestry needle, and the same colored yarn, carefully sew the tail in place. Make sure to leave the tail feathers free, and the last round of the bird’s body unsewn. (Time 14:55 in the video tutorial). Tie a knot with the chenille stems and loose yarn end on the inside of the bird’s body. Coil the excess chenille stem over on itself, and tuck it inside of the bird’s body.

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CLOSING THE BIRD’S BODY: Join the red yarn in the back of the bird’s body, under the tail feathers.
Stuff the bird’s body with craft stuffing. Time 19:05 in the video tutorial.

-*Make 1sc in 2 st and then Sc2tog. Repeat from * for one round. 1sc into any remaining st. Move the claws out of the way as you crochet; You can reshape them again later.

-Make 1sc in every st around for 1 round.

-Sc2tog until almost closed and then slst closed. Add craft stuffing as needed as you close. FO.

 

 

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Set the bird aside for now as we make the wings.
WINGS: Start with your red colored yarn. Make 2.
-Using your magic circle technique, place 6sc into the circle.

-Make 2sc in every st around for 1 round. Slst into the next st. Join your tan or brown colored yarn. Do not cut the previous colored yarn because you will be crocheting with both yarn colors at the same time. (12 total)

 

 

 

-With both yarn strands, ch14.

-Continuing to crochet with both yarn strands, make 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, and 1sc in every st back across. When you reach the circle, make 1sc into the next st.

-With both yarn strands, ch14.

-Continuing to crochet with both yarn strands, make 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, and 1sc in every st back across. When you reach the circle, make 1sc into the next st.

-With both yarn strands, ch8.

-Continuing to crochet with both yarn strands, make 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, and 1sc in every st back across. When you reach the circle, make 1sc into the next st. Now, cut the tan colored yarn only and tie a knot.

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-Crocheting with your red yarn only, turn your work, and make 1sc into the next 3 st and then 1hdc into every st until you reach the opposite side and then make 1sc into the last 3 stitches before the magic circle (You may need more than 1hdc around the tip.)

-*Continuing on to the next feather of the wing, make 1sc into the next 6 st and then 1hdc into every st until you reach the opposite side and then make 1sc into the last 6 st before the magic circle (You may need more than 1hdc around the tip.) Repeat from * for the last feather. Slst into the next st on the magic circle. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing. Bury any remaining loose yarn ends.

SEWING THE WINGS ON THE BIRD:

 

 

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The smaller 1st feather should be on top. Layer the 2nd feather on top of the top row of the 3rd feather on the bottom. Then layer the smaller 1st feather on top of the 2nd feather. Using the black portion on the face of the cardinal as a landmark, count 4 rounds down to place the first wing. With your tapestry needle, and the red colored yarn that you left for sewing, sew the wing’s magic circle in place on the bird’s body. Remember, the smaller feather should be on top. Line up the front of the magic circle with an imaginary line from the black portion on the face of the cardinal. As you sew, make sure to sew the layered feathers in place. Leave the tips of the feathers free, and angle the feathers in the direction that you want them to lay towards the back of the bird. Make sure that your wings are symmetrical.

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BIRD STAND: Use your white sparkle colored yarn. Use your 6.5mm crochet hook. Time: 35:35 in the Part 2 video tutorial.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the circle. (6 total)

-Make 2sc into every st around for 1 round (12 total)
Increase rounds:
-*Make 1sc into 1 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (18 total) -*Make 1sc into 2 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (24 total) -*Make 1sc into 3 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (30 total) -*Make 1sc into 4 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (36 total) -*Make 1sc into 5 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (42 total) -*Make 1sc into 6 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (48 total) -*Make 1sc into 7 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (54 total) -*Make 1sc into 8 st and then 2sc into the next st. Repeat from * for one round. (60 total) -Slst, but do not FO.
Shell border: Time 39:50 in the Part 2 video tutorial.
-Ch1, *make (1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc), into the next st , then make 1sc into the next 2 st. Repeat from * for one round. I ended the round with a shell. Slst. FO. ( 19 Shells total)
LOG: Use your brown colored yarn and your 3.75mm crochet hook.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the circle. (6 total)

-Make 2sc into every st around for 1 round. (12 total)

-Make 1sc in every st around for 14 rounds. (12 total)
Place craft stuffing into the log.
-Sc2tog until almost closed and then slst closed. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing.
Set the log aside for now while we make the small branch.
SMALL BRANCH: Use your brown colored yarn.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the circle. (6 total)

-Make 1sc in every st around for 4 rounds. (6 total) -Slst. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing.
Sew the base of the small branch on top of the log. I lined up my small branch on the side where I finished off on the log. Sew the log on the stand, which is Time: 49:20 in the Part 2 video tutorial. I centered my log on the “right side” of the stand just in front of the magic circle. Using your tapestry needle, and the brown colored yarn, sew the log in place. You want to be careful by making neat stitches on the “wrong side” of the stand.

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Position the bird claws on the center of the log. Optional: You can sew yarn around the birds feet to hold them in place on the log. I used Yarn Bee Soft Secret Honey colored yarn, which worked great. Now, position the back tail feathers towards the back of the stand. I sewed the tip of the longest tail feather 2 rounds in from the outer shell edge with a tapestry needle and the same colored yarn as the bird. This will help prop up the bird in the back.

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CHRISTMAS HOLLY WITH BERRIES: 
Leaves: Start with your green colored yarn. I used my 4.00 mm crochet hook. Make 2.

Starting chain -Ch 17

Round One-Make 1sc into the 3rd ch from the hook. Make 1sc into the next st and 1hdc into the next 2 st, then 1dc into the next 2 st, then 1tr into the next 2 st, then 1dc into the next st, 1hdc into the next st, and 3sc into the last st. Leave the remaining 4 st unworked. Turn your work so that you are working on the opposite side. Make 1hdc into the next st, 1dc into the next st, 1tr into the next 2 st, 1dc into the next 2 st, 1hdc into the next 2 st, make 1sc into the next 2 st and 1sc into the tip of the leaf.

 

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Round Two- Ch3, slst into the same st (4th st from the hook. Chain 3 picot st complete). Slst into the next 2 st, ch3 and then slst into the same st (ch3 picot st complete). Slst into the next 3 st and then *ch6. Slst into the 4th ch from the hook. Make 1dc into the same st and then slst into the next 3 st. Repeat from * five more times (In the video tutorial, I made the leaf slightly different with a ch3 picot on the opposite end of the leaf too). Slst into the next 3 st and then ch3 and slst into the same st. (Last ch3 picot st complete). Slst into the next st. FO.

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CHRISTMAS HOLLY WITH BERRIES Cont:
Berries: Use your red colored yarn. Make 3.
-Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the circle. Slst into the first st that you made forming a circle. FO. Leave a long loose yarn end for sewing. (6 total)
Position the leaves how you want them on the small branch, but don’t sew them to the branch yet. I placed the leaves together so that the stems were together and the tips of the leaves were pointing slightly down. Using my tapestry needle, I sewed 2 berries on top and 1 berry on the bottom. Then I sewed the berries and leaves on the side of the small branch. I used my red yarn to sew the berries to the leaves and the small branch. As you sew the berries and leaves to the small branch, go through the side of the branch only so you can’t see the red yarn on the opposite side of the small branch.

 

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Helenmay Crochet Christmas Cardinal Part 1 of 2 YouTube video tutorial:

Crochet Christmas Cardinal Part 2 of 2 DIY Video Tutorial:

Crochet Quick and Easy Christmas Holly with Berries video tutorial:

 

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