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Zoodiacs Rooster C2C Crochet Graph

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Zoodiacs rooster made using c2c crochet | www.1dogwoof.com

Hmm, the Rooster c2c graph. I pretty much knew nothing about this particular Zoodiacs design, and almost had no where to start. I did a lot of googling of roosters, and what I found out is that not many of them are very cute. How do I make a Rooster that doesn’t look like a duck, or a chicken? My daughter can’t really tell the difference between all the farm fowl, and there are so many interpretations of each one. A swan or a white duck? A chicken or a fat bird or a turkey? What does a rooster have that a hen does not? I think I was able to capture the main characteristics of a rooster, with the thingie on his head, and the thingie (wattle? Is that a turkey thing?) under his chin and of course, the big bold feathers that have adorned so many hats.

On this design, I started on the bottom right corner and worked my way up to the top left corner. I could feel my gauge loosening once all the color changes were over, and there was nothing between me and the end of this square except an expanse of green. He’s number 8 in my series – you can find all the others on my Zoodiacs page. I hope you like him!

Supplies

J hook (CloverUSA Amour Hooks*)

Michaels Loops and Threads Impeccables in Cherry

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Fern, Terracotta, Fisherman, Black

Zoodiacs Rooster C2C Graph

Zoodiacs rooster made using c2c crochet | www.1dogwoof.com

Zoodiacs rooster c2c graph | www.1dogwoof.com

If you missed a Zoodiacs post, you can always find all of the graphs available on my Zoodiacs page. I’ll be adding new animals there, as well as fleshing out different ideas related to the Zoodiacs.

I’d love to see your Zoodiacs animals, so share with me on Facebook or tag me (@1dogwoof) on Instagram!

4 Comments

  1. Donna Sensenig

    How do I get the instructions for the Crochet Purple Princess Dress. I tried, but evidently not the correct way. Please advise. Thank you

    PS – I only do e-mail

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  2. Deborah

    can you please send me the pattern for this rooster, thank you.

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