A Fish for a Penguin

image1Here they are. My tiny penguins. I enjoyed making them, especially the tiniest one. Both are made using the same pattern but different threads and hooks.  I used size 8 cotton thread/0.75mm hook to make the 'big' penguin and an ordinary sewing thread/0.4mm hook to make the 'little' one. Fish: in grey, work in rounds, close each round with a slip stitch
  1. 6sc into magic ring, join with ss (6)
  2. ch1, *sc, inc* repeat around, join with ss (9)image2
  3. ch1, *sc, inc, sc* repeat around, join with ss (12)
  4. ch1, sc in each st around (12)
  5. ch1, sc in each st around (12)
  6. ch1, *dec, sc in each of  next 4sts* repeat around, join with ss (10)
  7. ch1, *dec, sc in each of  next 3sts* repeat around, join with ss (8)
  8. ch1, *dec, sc in each of  next 2sts* repeat around, join with ss (6)
  9. ch1, *dec, sc* repeat around, join with ss (4)
  10. tail: work through both sides (ch3, dc, ch2, ss in 2nd ch from hook, dc, ch2)x2
Fasten off, weave in loose ends (I don't stuff the fish) Embroider eyes    
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4 Responses to A Fish for a Penguin

  1. Julie says:

    Hi, beautiful patterns,is the penguin pattern available to purchase please?
    Kind regards,
    Julie

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