how to crochet angry bird

This is a free pattern. Please do not take it and sell it elsewhere. Thanks! Materials: All yarn threads are assumed to be of the same thickness. Red yarn White yarn Yellow yarn Black yarn Stuffing Abbreviations: sc – single crochet sc inc – single crochet increase sc dec – single crochet decrease ss – slip stitch ch – chain Body With red yarn, Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times Rnd 4: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times Rnd 5: (sc inc, 3 sc) x 6 times Rnd 6: (sc inc, 4 sc) x 6 times Rnd 7: (sc inc, 5 sc) x 6 times Rnd 8 – Rnd 17 (10 rnds): sc all around Rnd 18: (sc dec, 5 sc) x 6 times Rnd 19: (sc dec, 4 sc) x 6 times Rnd 20: (sc dec, 3 sc) x 6 times Rnd 21: (sc dec, 2 sc) x 6 times *Put in the stuffing Rnd 22: (sc dec, sc) x 6 times Rnd 23: (sc dec) x 6 times Fasten off and sew the hole close Stomach With white yarn, Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times Rnd 4: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times Rnd 5: (sc inc, 3 sc) x 6 times Rnd 6: (sc inc, 4 sc) x 6 times Rnd 7: (sc inc, 5 sc) x 6 times Fasten off Beak With yellow yarn, Rnd 1: 4sc into magic ring Rnd 2: (sc inc, sc) x 2 times Rnd 3: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 2 times Rnd 4: sc all around Eyebrow (Make 2) With black yarn, Row 1: Ch 7, turn Row 2: sc (from 2nd stitch), sc, ss, ss Fasten off Eyes (Make 2) With white yarn, Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring With black yarn ch1, fasten off and sew to the white circle Hair (the 2 strands of hair on the head) Long Hair Rnd 1: 4sc into magic ring Rnd 2 – 4 (3 rnds): sc all around Fasten off Short Hair Rnd 1: 4sc into magic ring Rnd 2 – 3 (2 rnds): sc all around Fasten off Sew the stomach to the body, note that the stomach should only cover about 1/3 of the “face” area so that there will be enough space for the beak, eyes and eyebrow Sew the beak to the body Sew the eyes to the body Sew the eyebrows to the body Use black yarn to sew an outline for the eyes Sew the hairs to the head, note that the longer hair should be around the middle of the top of the head Hope you had fun making the bird! 😀

This is a free pattern. Please do not take it and sell it elsewhere. Thank you! Materials: It is assumed that all yarn threads have the same thickness. Red yarn White yarn Yellow yarn Black yarn Stuffing Abbreviations: sc – single crochet sc inc – single crochet increase sc dec – single crochet decrease ss – slip stitch ch – chain Body With red yarn, Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times Rnd 4: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times Rnd 5: (sc inc, 3 sc) x 6 times Rnd 6: (sc inc, 4 sc) x 6 times Rnd 7: (sc inc, 5 sc) x 6 times Rnd 8 – Rnd 17 (10 rnds): sc all around Rnd 18: (sc dec, 5 sc) x 6 times Rnd 19: (sc dec, 4 sc) x 6 times Rnd 20: (sc dec, 3 sc) x 6 times Rnd 21: (sc dec, 2 sc) x 6 times *Put in the stuffing Rnd 22: (sc dec, sc) x 6 times Rnd 23: (sc dec) x 6 times Fasten off and sew the hole close Stomach With white yarn, Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 time

The bigger one, CH 2, Magic Ring, or begin however you choose Work this in a spiral and not joined rounds. 1. SC x 7; (7) 2. INC, SC, INC, SC, INC, SC, INC; (11) 3. SC x 5, INC, SC 5; (12) 4. SC x 12; (12) 5 – 7. repeat round 4 for rounds 5 through 7; (12) 8. INVDEC, SC x 10; (11) 9. INVDEC, SC x 9; (10) 10. INVDEC, SC x 8; (9) 11. INVDEC x 2; use the tail to complete and sew shut.

Pattern Details These were made using a 3. 5 mm crochet hook and worsted weight yarn. They stand around 6 inches tall. Felt fabric was adhered to the surface to create the facial details, and 6mm black safety eyes were used for the eyes. While some pieces are spiral, others are worked in joined rounds. The pieces in joined rounds require symmetry most of the time, and they work better in joined rounds than spiral. The pieces calling for spiral will look better that way. Even though it might seem strange to continually switching between the two, it’s advised to follow the instructions for best results.

Pig Nose Start off in the lighter Hot Green colour CH 2 or Magic Ring or start however you like. Work this in joined rounds. 1. SC x 8; (8) 2. INC x 8; (16) 3. SC x 2, INC x 3, sc x 6, INC x 3, SC x 2; (22) SL ST x 22 (the next round is working in the back loop of round 3 in order to create an edge for the pig’s nose. For a demonstration of this technique watch this tutorial video) Switch to Apple Green (same colour as was used for Pig head) 4. CH 1 then SC x 22 in the back loop of round 3; join then finish off leaving a long tail; (22) Stuff lightly, pin in place and stitch to face.

Start however you’d like with the Smaller One CH 2 or Magic Ring. Work this in a spiral and not joined rounds. 1. SC x 7; (7) 2. INC, SC, INC, SC, INC, SC, INC; (11) 3. SC x 5, INC, SC 5; (12) 4. SC x 12; (12) 5. repeat round 4 for round 5; (12) 6. INVDEC, SC x 10; (11) 7. INVDEC, SC x 9; (10) 8. INVDEC, SC x 8; (9) 9. INVDEC x 2; use the tail to complete and sew shut.

Work the first round in circle 1 after joining the round with Tail Black CH x 5. SC x 7; (7) 2. Finish off by using the long tail to sew on to the bird. CH x 2 and DC x 3 then SL ST, SL ST in first stitch; SL ST then CH x 3 and TC 3 times then SL ST in same stitch; in next stitch CH x 2 and DC x 3 then SL ST, SL ST in remaining stitches from that round.

FAQ

What is the angry bird method?

Angry Bird Method is a visual tool used by social counseling or advocates identifying the best individuals to target to promote social change. The role of relationships and networks is very important when advocates seek change in a social justice issue.

What makes angry bird angry?

Rovio finally came up with a reason the birds looked so angry — some pigs had stolen their eggs. So the company decided to make a game around the concept — the birds would have to be launched into the air and strike pigs off their pedestals.

What are the rules of Angry Birds?

You will need to launch your angry birds through the structures and into the pigs. Pigs can be destroyed by a direct hit from your birds, by falls, or by structures falling on them. If there are pigs left over after you have used up all your birds, you lose the level and have to try again.