It is to hang on a Christmas tree at church in memory of a loved one. We pay $2.00 to hang it and the proceeds go to a charity after Christmas. I would also like to make some for others who cannot afford to purchase a dove or to pay to hang it. That is my quest for this year; to do as many as I can and save toonies for people who want to do it, but can't afford to. I am on an extremely limited budget so may not be able to do many, but even a few will help.
All patterns will be so much appreciated. Thank you.
Dove of peace in crochet with step-by-step
Stitch feet, made with felt beak, and eyes with a pen for fabric.
Little body : make 4 chains;
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd row: 4 points lower;
- The 4th to the 11th row: 6 points lower;
- The 12th to the 14th row: 4 points lower.
Fold it in half and put acrylic blanket.
Wings : make 12 chains;
1st row: 12 lows;
-2 Nd and 3 rd row: 10 lows;
-4th and 5th row: 8 lows;
-6 And 7th row: 6 points lower;
-8 And 9th row: 4 points lower.
(Maybe we should frown least the wings before you preach them.)
Tail: Make 8 chains;
-9 Careers with 8 points lower.
I thought it was great with 9 rows, so it's good to make a dove and then make adjustments.
Photos: http://suelinhas.blogspot.com/2009/ ... inha-da-paz-em-croche-com-passo.html
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