Bertie

BIG PARROT ARA MACAW HOOK

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Row 13 12 sbn, 4 sbn, 1 ass., 4 sbn, 14 sbn, etc. (37)

Row 14 13 sbn, 7 sbn, 16 sbn, etc. (38)

Row 15 15 sbn, 1 sbn, 1 desc., 1 sbn, 18 sbn, etc. (38)

Row 16 37 Sbn, Ave (39)

Row 17 36 sbn, Ave, 2 sbn (40)

Row 18 2 sbn, pr., 30 sbn, ave., 6 sbn (42)

Row 19 40 sbn, Ave, 1 sbn (43)

Row 20 19 sbn, 1 ass., 21 sbn, ave. (43)

Row 21 42 Sbn, Ave (44)

Row 22 42 Sbn, Ave, 1 Sbn (45)

Row 23 43 sbn, Ave, 1 sbn (46)

Row 24 44 Sbn, Ave, 1 Sib (47)

Row 25 45 Sbn, Ave, 1 Sib (48)

Row 26 46 Sbn, Ave, 1 Sib (49)

Row 27 21 sbn, ave., 25 sbn, ave., 1 sbn (51)

Row 28 48 sbn, Ave, 2 sbn (52)

Row 29 16 sbn, ave., 11 sbn, ave., 20 sbn, ave., 2 sbn (55)

Row 30 52 Sbn, Ave, 2 Sib (56)

Row 31 53 Ubn, Ave, 2 Ubn (57)

Row 32 54 sbn, Ave, 2 sbn (58)

Row 33 58 Sat (58)

Row 34 58 Sat (58)

Row 35 18 sbn, 1 sb., 11 sbn, 1 sb., 23 sbn, ave., 1 sbn (57)

Row 36 55 Bbn, Ave, 1 Bbn (58)

A number of 37 15 sbn, 1 sb., 13 sbn, 1 sb., 23 sbn, ave., 2 sbn (57)

Row 38 54 sbn, Ave, 2 sbn (58) 

 

Row 39 17 sbn, 1 sb., 10, 1 sb., 24 sbn, ave., 2 sbn (57)

Row 40 54 Sbn, Ave, 2 Sib (58)

Row 41 18 sbn, 1 sb., 9 sbn, 1 sb., 27 sbn (56)

Row 42 6 sbn, 1 sb., 27 sbn, 1 sb., 15 sbn, ave., 3 sbn (55)

Row 43 12 sbn, 1 sb., 15 sbn, 1 sb., 20 sbn, ave., 3 sbn (54)

Row 44 14 sbn, 1 sb., 5 sbn, 1 sb., 4 sbn, 1 sb., 20 sbn, etc., 4 sbn (52)

Row 45 7 sbn, 1 sb., 11 sbn, 1 sb., 10 sbn, 1 sb., 13 sbn, etc., 4 sbn (50)

A number of 46 12 sbn, 1 kb., 10 sbn, 1 kb., 18 sbn, ave., 5 sbn (49)

Row 47 8 sbn, 1 sb., 17 sbn, 1 sb., 14 sbn, ave., 5 sbn (48)

Row 48 48 Bn (48)

Row 49 11 sbn, 1 sb., 9 sbn, 1 sb., 18 sbn, ave., 5 sbn (47)

Row 50 8 sbn, 1 sb., 12 sbn, 1 sb., 16 sbn, ave., 6 sbn (46)

Row 51 39 Sbn, Ave, 6 Sib (47)

Row 52 11 sbn, 1 sb., 8 sbn, 1 sb., 17 sbn, ave., 6 sbn (46)

Row 53 6 UBN, 1 UB, 15 UBN, 1 UB., 13 UBN, etc., 7 UBN (45)

Row 54 37 sbn, Ave., 7 sbn (46)

Row 55 9 sbn, 1 kb., 4 sbn, 1 kb., 3 sbn, 1 kb., 24 sat. (43)

Stuff your head and upper body with synthetic fiber. To simplify packing, use the scissor clamp and the end of a wooden spoon.

Number 56 3 sbn, 1 kb., 4 cbn, 1 kb., 7 kb., Kb., 3 kb., 1 kb., 10 kb., Etc., 7 kb. (40)

Adj. 57 6 Ubn, 1 con., 4 Ubn, ub., 4 ub., 1 ub., 12 ubn, Ave., 7 ub (38)

Rank 58 1 Ubn, 1 UB., 4 UBN, 1 UB., 5 UBN, 1 Ub., 3 UbN, 1 Ub., 9 UBN, etc., 7 UBN (35)

Range 59 1 kill, 3 UB, 1 kill, 2 UB, kill, 2 UB, 1 kill, 2 UB, 1 kill, 8 UBN, etc., 7 UBN (31)

Range 60 5 sbn, 3 sb., 11 sbn, ave., 8 sbn (29) Series 61 2 sbn, 4 sb., 10 sbn, ave., 8 sbn (26)

Range 62 1 sbn, 3 sb., 10 sbn, ave., 8 sbn (24)

Number of 63 1 UBN, 1 UB., 1 UBN, 1 UB., 8 UB.S., 6 UBN, 1 UB. (21) 

 

Range 64 1 kill (the last stitches of the row should not be processed) Secure, leaving a long tail to close the remaining hole. Fill the rest of the parrot's body with fibrous filler. For simplicity, we recommend using a scissor clamp. Close the small hole that remains (see fig. 5 and 6). Knit in the free end. rice 5 Insert the end of the yarn into the gypsy needle. Thread the needle through the front loop of the untreated sbn. Following the drop (ub.-ubn 3 together) and ub. 3 together (see yellow arrow). Thread the thread through them.


rice 6 Repeat this procedure for the remaining hole loops. One stitch remains.




rice 7 The top of the body should look something like this.




The upper part of the right wing. Use red color yarn. Knit in rotary rows. Expand work after each row. Reversible chains are not considered a stitch. For hook use scheme 1.

Row 1 (front side) 4 pssn in the amigurumi ring, 1 runway, turn work (4)

Row 2 1 psn, (pr. Psn) * 3, 1 vp, turn work (7)

Row 3 2 pssn, pr. Psn, 1 pssn, (pr. Psn) * 2, 1 psn, 1 wp, turn work (10)

Row 4 2 pssn, (pr. Psn, 1 psn) * 3, 2 pssn, 2 vp, turn work (13)

Row 5 1 ssn, pr ssn, 1 ssn, pr psn, 2 psn, (pr cfn, 1 cbn) * 2, sb., 1 sbn, 1 wp, turn work (16)

Row 6 skip 1 loop, 3 bun, pr sbn, 1 bun, 1 psn, pr pssn, 1 psn, pr ssn, 2 pa, (1 ps. With 2 nakida, 1 tbsp with 2 Nakida) in one loop, 3 tbsp. with 2 nakida, 9 VP, turn the work (19) In the next row you start to knit the first row of feathers.

Row 7 (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 6 ssn, 1 psn, skip the loop, 1 psbn, (8 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 5 csn, 1 psn, skip the next loop of row 6, 2 psbn, (7 vp, (1 sbn, 1 pssn) into the second vp from the hook, 4 csn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn) * 2, (6 vp, (1 sbn, 1 pssn) to the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psn, skip

the next loop of row 6, 1 psbn) * 2, (5 vp, (1 sbn, 1pssn) to the second vp from the hook, 2 ssn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn) * 2, 1 vp, turn work Next row - preparatory before knitting the second row of feathers, knitting of which is described in row 9.

Row 8 1 psbn to the next “free” loop of row 6 (= loop skip between the last 2 processed ps. Without a nakid from row 7), 5 wk (the first 3 wk are considered ssn), (1 csn to the next “free” loop Row 6 (= loop skip in row 7), 2 rp) * 7, 1 ssn to the next “free” loop of row 6 (= loop skip in row 7), 9 rp, turn the work

Row 9 (1 UBN, 1 pssn) to the second Bip from the hook, 7 ssn, 1 psbn, (8 Bc, (1 Ubn, 1 psn) to the second Bp from the hook, 6 csn, 1 psbn) * 2, (7 B , (1 UbN, 1 pssn) to the second Bip from the hook, 5 csn, 1 psbn to the next Csn) * 2, (6 Bb, (1 Ubn, 1 psn) to the second bip from the hook, 4 csn, 1 psbn to the next ssn) * 2, 5 vp, (1 sbn, 1 pssn) to the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psbn to the 3rd vp. Secure and connect all loose ends




loop around the stitches of row 5. The front side of the wing is presented in front of you (Fig. 10) 




= stitches row 5

1. Insert the hook from start to finish (yellow arrow) around the two inverted chains of row 4 (row 5 starts with 2 unrolled chains of row 4) to secure the yarn, and knit 7 inwards (etc.) to make the first feather of the next row of feathers.

2. Skip the next loop of row 5.

3. Knit a connecting loop around the next loop to complete the first feather (yellow arrow). Knit all the connecting stitches of the next row around the loops of row 5. Fasten on the red yarn as shown in Fig. 8 and as described in paragraph 1. 7 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 4 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss, (6 vp, (1 sbn, 1 pssn) into the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss) * 2, (5 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn ) to the second run from the hook, 2 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 cs) * 2, (4 go, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second run from the hook, 1 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss) * 2. Secure and connect all loose ends. Fourth row of feathers: use scheme 2. Knit the fourth row of feathers similarly to the third, but tying connecting loops around the loops of a row3 (see figure 12) 




The front side of the wing is in front of you (see also fig. 10). Insert a hook from the front to the back side around 1 reverse chain of row 2 to fasten on the red yarn and knit: 7 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second in from the hook, 4 csn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss, 6 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss, 5 vp, (1 ssn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 2 ssn, 1 psn , skip 1 loop, 1 ufpsls, (4 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) in the second vp from the hook, 1 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss) * 2. Secure and connect all loose ends. 







Upper left wing:

Use red yarn. Knit in rotary rows. Expand work after each row. Inverted chains are not considered as a stitch. Use the scheme for the hook 3.

Row 1 (front side) 1 run, 4 pssn in the amigurumi ring, 1 run, turn the work (4 loops)

Row 2 (pr. Psn) * 3, 1 pssn, 1 run, turn the work (7 loops) Row 3 1 psn, (pr. Psn) * 2, 1 psn, pr psn, 2 psn, 1 run, turn work (ten)

Row 4 3 psn, (pr. Psn, 1 psn) * 3, 1 psn, 1 wp, turn work (13)

Row 5 1 UBN, UB., (1 UBN, Ave.) * 2, 2 psn, pr. Psn, 1 ssn, pr. Ssn, 1 ssn, 3 wp, turn work (16)

Row 6 3 Art. with 2 nakida, (1 tbsp. with 2 nakida, 1 ps. with 2 nakida) in 1 loop, 2 ssn, pr ssn, 1 psn, pr psn, 1 psn, 1 sbn, pr ., 1 UBN, 3 UBN together, 5 VP, turn the work (18) In the next row you will knit the first row of feathers.

Row 7 (1 UbN, 1 psn) to the second Bip from the hook, 2 csn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn, 5 Bc, (1 Ubn, 1 psn) to the second bhp, 2 csn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn to the next loop, (6 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second from the hook, 3 csn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 connecting loop) * 2, (7 in, (1 UR, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 4 ssn, 1 psn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn to the next loop) * 2, (8 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 5 csn, 1 pssn, skip the next loop, 1 psbn next loop) * 2, 9 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from cru ka, 6 CCH, PRSPs 1, skip next st, 1 PSBN third ch, ch 1, turn the work in the next row you knit the preparation for the second row of feathers, which fit in the 9th row.

Row 8 (1 psbn to the next “free” loop of row 6 (= skipping the stitch between the last two processed ps. Without single crocodile row 7), 5 rung (the first 3 ws as cn), 1 cf into the next “free” loop of row 6 ( = loop skip in row 7), 2 gl) * 7, 1 ssn to the next “free” loop of row 6 (= loop skip in row 7), 5 gl, turn the work

Row 9 (1 sbn, 1 pssn) to the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psbn to the next ssn, (6 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 4 ssn, 1 psbnsv next ssn) * 2, (7 wed, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second wp from the hook, 5 ssn, 1 psbn to the next ssn) * 2, (8 cn, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second wn from the hook, 6 ssn , 1 psbn to next ssn) * 2, 9 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 7 ssn, 1 psbn to third vp. Secure and connect all loose ends.

Third row of feathers:

Use pattern 4 for the hook. Knit a third row of feathers with inserts of connecting loops around the loops of row 5 (see also:

"The upper part of the right wing - the third row of feathers").

Insert the hook from the front side and to the inside out around 2 knits 5 knitted together in a row to fasten the red yarn and crochet (4 in, (1 in, 1 psn) to the second from the hook, 1 csn, 1 to psn, skip 1, 1 connecting loop) * 2, (5 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second in from the hook, 2 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss) * 2, (6 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 3 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ufpsls) * 2, 7 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 4 csn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop rows 5, 1 ufpsls. Secure and connect all loose ends.

Fourth row of feathers:

Use scheme 4. Knit the fourth row of feathers by inserting connecting loops around the loops of row 3 (see also: “Upper part of the right wing — fourth row of feathers”). Insert the hook from the front side and to the inside out around 1 unfolded chain of row 2 to fix on the red yarn, and knit (4 in, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second in from the hook, 1 csn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss * 2, 5 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 2 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ss, 6 vp, (1 ssn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook , 3 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop, 1 ufpsls, 7 vp, (1 sbn, 1 psn) to the second vp from the hook, 4 ssn, 1 psn, skip 1 loop of row 3, 1 cc. Fasten and connect all free ends . 




The scheme for the hook 3. The upper part of the left wing.




The middle part of the right wing:

Use the green color of the yarn. Knit in rotary rows. Inverted chains are not considered as a stitch. Use the pattern for the hook 5.

Row 1 (seamy side) 10 VP, UB. - knit into the second and third run of the hook, 7 sbn, 1 run, turn the work (8)

Row 2 6 psn, ub. pssn, 5 vp, turn the work (7)

Row 3 ass. - knit into the second and the third vp from the hook, 2 sbn, 7 sbn for the rear half loop, 1 vp, turn the work (10)

Row 4 3 sbn, 5 psn, ub. pssn, 5 vp, turn the work (9)

Row 5 ass. in the second and third run of the hook, 2 sbn, 9 sbn for the rear half loop, 1 run, turn the work (12)

Row 6 3 psn, ub. pssn, 5 pssn, ub. pssn, 5 vp, turn the work (10)

Row 7 kill in the second and third run of the hook, 2 sbn, 10 sbn for the rear half loop, 1 run, turn the work (13)

Row 8 3 sbn, 8 psn, ub. pssn, 4 vp, turn the work (12)

Row 9 ass. in the second and third run of the hook, 1 sbn, 12 sbn for the rear half loop, 1 run, turn the work (14)

Row 10 12 psn, ub. pssn, 4 vp, turn the work (13)

Row 11 ass. in the second and third run from the hook, 1 sbn, 13 sbn at the back half loop, 1 wp, turn the work (15)

Row 12 3 sbn, 1 psn, ub. psn, 7 pssn, ub. pssn, 4 vp, turn the work (13)

Row 13 kill in the second and third run from the hook, 1 sbn, 13 sbn at the back half loop, 1 wp, turn the work (15)

Row 14 pr. Psn, 12 psn, ass psn, 4 vp, turn work (15)

Row 15 kill in the second and third vp from the hook, 1 sbn, 15 sbn knitted for the rear half loop, 1 vp, turn work (17)

Row 16 Ave., 1 Ubn, 13 psn, ub. pssn, 4 vp, turn the work (17)

Row 17 ass. in the second and third vp from the hook, 1 sbn, 17 sbn knitted for the rear half loop, 1 vp, turn work (19)

Row 18 pr. Psn, 16 psn, ub. pssn, 4 vp, turn the work (19)

Row 19 kill in the second and third vp from the hook, 1 sbn, 19 sbn knitted for the rear half loop, 1 vp, turn work (21)

Row 20 3 sbn, 16 psn, 2 ss (19) Fasten and connect all loose ends




The middle part of the left wing:

Use green yarn. Turn work after each row. The reverse chain is not considered a stitch. Use the pattern for the hook 6. Knit the knit stitches behind the back half loop in each odd row.
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