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CROCHET PROPELLER PLANE

You need

  • 1/2 ball by Claire in color 2138
  • 1/4 ball of Phildar in gray
  • Yarn residues in mint green
  • Crochet hook 2.5 mm
  • fiberfill
  • Rasselball
  • needle
  • glue gun
  • Silver Star 3 cm from Crea My

Description

If a little person is born, one would like to give nothing better than this one. It is all the better if this gift is then also homemade. This cute propeller plane with rattle ball in the belly is the ideal present for the baby shower, christening or birthday. Jessica from the blog Troetels en Zo came up with this cute crochet pattern and shows you how to crochet such a rattling propeller plane yourself.

Häkelanleitung

This crochet project is worked in spiral rounds without closing the rounds.

The instructions in the (.) Are always repeated, how often is it.

Aircraft fuselage

1st round: Work five solid stitches in a magic ring

2nd round: (2 fixed stitches in a stitch of the preliminary round work) repeat 5 times (10 M)

3rd round: (1 fixed stitch and then 2 fixed stitches in a stitch of the preliminary round work) repeat 5 times (15 M)

4th round: (2 fixed stitches and then 2 fixed stitches in a stitch of the preliminary round work) repeat 5 times (20 M)

5th round: (3 fixed stitches and then 2 fixed stitches in a stitch of the preliminary round work) repeat 5 times (25 M)

6th round: (1 fixed stitch and then 2 fixed stitches in a stitch of the preliminary round work) repeat 5 times, then crochet 15 solid crochet (30 sts)

Round 7 to 8: Crochet 30 sts, then change color to turquoise.

9th to 26th round: Crochet 30 strong stitches

Filling: Now fill the fuselage with the filling wadding. Place the rattle ball in the middle of the fuselage.

27th round: 15 sts, (2 crochet together, 3 sts) repeat 3 times (27 sts)

28th to 29th round: 27 solid stitches

Round 30: 17 sts, (2 crochet crochet, 3 sts) repeat 2 times (25 sts)

31st to 32nd round: 25 fixed stitches

Round 33: 17 sts, (2 crochet crochet, 2 stitches) repeat 2 times (23 sts)

34th to 35th round: 23 fixed stitches

Round 36: 15 sts, (2 crochet crochet, 2 sts) repeat 2 times (21 sts)

34th to 35th round: 21 fixed stitches

39th round: 19 crochet stitches, 2 crochet (20 sts)

40th to 43rd round: 20 fixed stitches

Round 44: (2 crochet stitches, 2 stitches together) repeat 5 times (15 sts)

Round 45: (1 crochet stitch, 2 stitches together) repeat 5 times (10 sts)

46th round: (crochet 2 stitches) repeat 5 times (5 sts)

Make sure the hull is firmly padded and then use the needle to pull the thread through the remaining stitches. Sew thread.

The body now has a sloping tail. This is the end of the plane.

rudder

1st Round: Cast on 5 Air Meshes. Then crochet 2 stitches and 2 stitches into the next loop of air in the 2 stitches in front of the needle. Continue crocheting on the other side of the chain. 3 sts and 2 sts in the following stitches. (10 M)

2nd round: 2 sts in the next stitch, 9 sts (11 sts)

3rd round: 2 sts in the next stitch, 10 sts (12 sts)

4th round: (2 sts in the following stitch) repeat 2 times, 10 sts (14 sts)

5th round: (1 single crochet, 2 crochet stitches in the following stitch) repeat 2 times, 10 strong stitches (16 sts)

6th round: 16 fixed stitches

Pull the thread through the last loop and leave a long thread.

The rudder does not have to be filled.

Now sew the round at the stern of the fuselage.

Small wings (2x)

1st Round: Cast on 5 Air Meshes. Then crochet 2 stitches and 2 stitches into the next loop of air in the 2 stitches in front of the needle. Crochet 4 sts on the other side of the chain. (9 M)

2nd round: (2 sts, 2 sts in the following stitch) repeat 3 times (12 sts)

3rd round: (2 sts, 2 sts in the following stitch) repeat 3 times (15 sts)

4th to 7th round: 15 fixed stitches

Pull the thread through the last loop and leave a long thread.
The small wings do not need to be filled.

Now sew on the small wings on the tail sides.

Wings (2x)

1st round: Five solid stitches working in a magic ring (5 M)

2nd round: (crochet 2 crochet stitch into each crochet stitch) Repeat 5 times (10 sts)

3rd round: (1 fixed stitch, 2 stitches in the following stitch) repeat 5 times (15 sts)

4th round: (2 stitches, 2 stitches in the following stitch) repeat 5 times (20 sts)5th to 20th round: 20 fixed stitches

Pull the thread through the last loop and leave a long thread.

The wings do not need to be filled.

Now sew the wings to the front sides of the fuselage.

propeller

1st round: Four fixed stitches working in a magic ring (4 M)

2nd round: (crochet 2 crochet stitch into each crochet stitch) Repeat 4 times (8 sts)

3rd to 17th round: 8 strong stitches

18th round: (2 crochet stitches) repeat 4 times (4 sts)
Thread the needle through the remaining stitches and leave a long thread.

The propeller does not have to be filled.

Now sew the propeller to the front sides of the fuselage.

Then you can decorate your plane to your own taste and attach, for example, patches or small crocheted circles on the wings or on the propeller.

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