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Crochet a Feather

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Crochet a Feather Easy Tutorial

Hi everyone, this week I am bringing to you a video tutorial and free pattern on how to crochet a feather.

I hope you are well. Today I wanted to share my pattern and video tutorial on how to crochet two different feathers, which are perfect for any DIY projects you may have in mind. These feathers are so easy to make, and were the ones I designed for my baby crochet blanket which I released a few weeks ago.

The step by step tutorial is up on my Youtube channel here: Crochet a feather video tutorial on Youtube

Crochet a Feather
Crochet different feathers for added dimension to project

How to crochet a feather: two different patterns available

Like I previously stated, this crochet pattern and video tutorial include 2 different feathers, so it really is worth it! It can really give any crochet project extra dimension when you add different types of ornaments to it.

I love the fact that they are cute little designs you can add to any project, giving these a bohemian and even spiritual vibe. I absolutely love creating small feathers or flowers for my crochet projects, as they just add something so special to plainer projects.

You can check out my pattern on how to crochet a simple flower here: Crochet a simple flower

Connecting with you and free pattern

I hope you enjoy, let me know what you think in the comments, I love to hear from you as always. I love connecting with you on Social Media, so don’t forget to follow me on Youtube, Instagram and Facebook (all are under Selina Veronique). There are also links to my Social Media platforms on the Home Page.

The free PDF pattern can be downloaded here: How to crochet a feather

Lots of love, Selina Xoxo.

The Pattern (How to crochet a feather)

Level: Easy/Intermediate

Notes: I will be using US terms

Materials:

1 skein of any DK/Light 3 yarn (or any sized yarn you wish to use)

4 mm crochet hook (or the hook size indicated on your skein of yarn)

Tapestry needle

Pair of scissors

Abbreviations:

ch: chain

sk: skip

SC: Single Crochet

DC: Double Crochet

HDC: Half Double Crochet

TC: Treble Crochet

Sl st: Slip stitch

Feather 1 (the larger one):

Ch.22. SC into 3rd ch. from hook. HDC in next 3 st, DC in next 3 st, TC in next 6 st, DC in next 3 st, HDC in next 3 st, SC in last stitch.

Turn your work so as to work on the other side of your original chain. SC in 1st SC, HDC in next 3 st, DC in next 3 st, TC in next 6 st, DC in next 3 st, HDC in next 3 st, SC into last st.

Sl st into SC from beginning, and ch. 4; sl St into 2nd ch and into the next 2 ch, sl stitiching into the last SC from the “body” of the feather, fasten off (leaving long tail to sew onto project).

Feather 2 (the smaller one):

Ch 15, SC in 2nd ch, HDC in next 2 chains, DC in next 3 ch, TC in next 4 ch, DC in next 2 ch, HDC in next st, SC in last st.

Turn work to work on the other side of foundation chain. SC in SC, HDC in next st, DC in next 2 st, TC in next 4 ch, DC in next 3 ch, HDC in next 2 chains, SC in last ch. Sl st in first SC to join “body” of feather. Ch. 3, sl st in 2nd ch, and into the next (2 slip stitches). Sl st into “body” of feather to join, fasten off (leaving long tail to sew onto project).

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