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Free pattern: parrot

Small projects are my favorite projects! I love making things you can finish within 1 evening or less :). So here’s a little bird. It’s so quick to make you can easily make a whole flock!

You can use any yarn, as long as you use the right hook size. Here is how to find the right hook size for your yarn. I used cotton yarn and a 2,5mm hook and my parrot is 5cm/2 inch.


I made a blue and a green quaker parrot, so I used these colors, but you can use different colors to make other kinds of birds:
– head-color: light grey
– body-color: blue or green
– eye-color: black
– beak-color: orange
– feet-color: dark grey


– sc – single crochet
– inc – increase (sc2 in one stitch)
– dinc – double increase (sc3 in one stitch)
– dec – decrease (go from 2 stitches to one)


Start with head-color
1. 6sc in ring (6)
2. inc6 (12)
3. [inc, sc]6x (18)
4-5. sc18 (18)
6. [inc, sc5]3x (21)
7. sc21 (21)
8. [inc, sc6]3x (24)
Change to body-color
9-14. sc24 (24)
15. [dec, sc]6x, sc6 (18)
16. dec 6x, sc 6x (12)
Fill your parrot
17. [dec, sc2]3x (9)
18-23. sc9 (9)
24. [dec, sc]3x (6)
Finish off

Wings (make 2)
Make in body color
1. sc4 in ring (4)
2. [sc, dinc]2x (8)
3. [sc2, dinc, sc]2x (12)
4. [sc3, dinc, sc2]2x (16)

Feet (make  2)
chain3, slst in 2nd, ch1


Sew on the wings with the top of the wings on row 7 of the body. I try to sew them so they cover up my color change 🙂
Sew on feet between row 15 and 17
Embroider eyes (I used french knots) on row 5, beak between row 5 and 8.


If you want, you can add this project to your ravelry account. Please feel free to tag @WithLoveFeli in your instagram posts so I can see them or post your finished products on my facebook page

12 thoughts on “Free pattern: parrot

    1. So good to hear you like it! I saw a picture of the bird on facebook, it’s so cute, amazing that this is your first :O 🙂

      1. The tail and body are made in one piece! So you make the tail in row 17-24 of the “Body” part of the pattern

    1. Yes, I just pull the yarn through the loop you’ll have to finish. I try to make sure that it looks similar to the start of the feet, so that the feet look a bit symmetrical.

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