Happy Easter

Polly in the UK sent in her peep along with its friend the pig.
Polly's Peep & Pig
She turned the wings into ears & added an icord tail…brilliant.
polly's pig
I’m so making some of these!
Cordelia sent in a cellphone shot of the ones she made her stepkids
Cordelia's peeps
Jen made all sorts of variations for her knitting circle & sent the directions to do the chicken variation.
Jenny's Peeps and friends

Chick Comb:

CO 4 stitches

Row 1: Bind off two stitches. K1 (2 stitches left)
Row 2: K1, kfb (3 stitches)
Row 3: Bind off 1 stitch, k1 (2 stitches)
Rows 4 & 5: Repeat Rows 2 & 3
Row 6: K2tog.

Break yarn, pull tail through remaining stitch. Sew comb on chick’s
head,
running from front to back.

Chick Beak
:

CO 6 stitches

Row 1: Purl
Row 2: SSK 3 x (3 stitches)

Break yarn, and with a tapestry needle, pull it through the remaining 3
stitches. Your yarn is coming out of the point of the beak. Fold the
little
beak in half and sew bottom edge to make a cone, then stitch to face of
chick below eyes.

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8 Comments to Happy Easter
    • Anonymous
    • I made four of these over the weekend – you can see pics on my blog if you like (www-dot-trailingyarn-dot-com). Thanks for the great pattern!

      -elizabeth

    • Mandy
    • I have really enjoyed looking at all the pees everyone is making and I am going to make on tonight! After easter yes but better late than never right!! Hope that you guys had a great Easter!!

    • Aim
    • These are so cute. Thanks for the great pattern. Wish I’d found it in time for Easter, but there’s always next year!!! Hey, I adapted the pattern for a penguin, feel free to link to my blog, or copy and post the instructions here for another edition of your cute pattern!
      Aim, at my site bumpydoink.blogspot.com

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