Kerry Lord’s second book contains 40 different bird patterns, suitable for complete beginners and enthusiastic crafters alike. Be prepared for forty fine-feathered friends to fly off your hook and put their feet up on your coffee table. Kerry Lord’s Edward’s Menagerie was a runaway success and now she’s back with Birds. Arranged in order of difficulty, this book is packed with step-by-step instructions, hints and tips for sewing up, and a whole lot of inspiration. Each bird also has a universal pattern where you can change your hook and yarn to create four different sizes, making 160 different possibilities.
Inside the pages you’re sure to find a favourite, whether that’s Rohit the Peacock, Dave the Seagull or Ina the Stork. Each page features an easy-to-follow pattern and short story about the bird you’re making. You’ll be happy as a lark as your crochet your way through this colourful collection of birds, including a bashful Flamingo, romance-writing Owl and a politically incorrect Pheasant. Read all about these kooky characters, their adorations and aversions, daydreams and delusions, then crochet them for everyone you know friends and family.
These loveable birds are quick to make using a supersoft yarn in a sophisticated colour palette, and will become your best friends as their larger-than-life personalities and easy-to-use techniques get their claws into you.
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