• Rainy Williamson

Little Bird Crochet Pattern

The sun is shining and the birds are twittering so I thought I'd share this Little Bird Crochet Pattern with you. Its a great way to use up odds and ends of scrap yarn and the little birds can be made into brooches, appliques for hats, bags, sweater, bunting - the list is endless.

These instructions make a little bird that is approx. 3” wide. By varying the hook and yarn size you could have a whole flock of interesting creations.If made with a fine hook and embroidery thread, they would make a cute pair of earrings too!

Hook: 3mm

Yarn Weight: 11-12 WPI [DK]

Small black bead

Scrap of yellow felt

brooch pin [optional]


Start with a magic ring then Ch1.

Row 1. 7DC into the magic ring. Do not slip stitch closed.

Row 2. 2DC into each DC [16sts], 2HTR into each of the next 2 stitches, 2TR into each of the next 2 DC, 2DTR into each of the next 2 DC. Fasten off.


Start with a magic ring then Ch1.

6DC into the magic ring.

1 HTR into next stitch

1TR into same stitch. Fasten off.

Sew wing into place with matching yarn.

Sew on a small black bead for the eye, or use a French knot in fine black yarn. A little triangle of yellow felt can be sewn into place to create a beak.

Attach a brooch pin on the back to create a pretty brooch.


CH – chain

DC – double crochet

HTR – half treble crochet

TR – treble crochet

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