Ridley the Peacock Crochet Amigurumi Pattern
This spunky peacock loves showing off his brightly colored tail feathers. We used a brightly colored variegated yarn for the sample, but you can have fun with all sorts of color combinations! As long as he’s brightly colored… he’ll stand out in a crowd!
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Ridley measures 8.5 inches tall when made with worsted weight yarn.
Want a bigger or smaller peacock? Use thicker or thinner yarn and a larger or smaller hook!
This cutie is easy to make, using just basic skills - but I'm calling it a skill builder because it has several parts. Look at those awesome tail feathers!
- single crochet
- double crochet
- attaching parts
The pattern is a pdf that contains step-by-step photographs, and you'll find videos at Shiny Happy World teaching all the skills you'll need. You’ll never feel lost or wonder if you're doing it right. :-)
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You'll need. . .
- three colors of variegated yarn - less than a skein of each. The sample uses blue, green and brown.
- Size H crochet hook (or size appropriate for yarn chosen)
- Polyester stuffing
- 12 mm blue eyes
- Tapestry needle
- Locking stitch markers
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