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Feather In Disguise
Feather In Disguise

"This feather is indeed in disguise. Behind the feathered mask lays the CHEVRON STITCH Yes folks the chevron stitch is the makings of this fine feathered feather. And the back bone/spine of the feather is a triple crochet that is made 2 rows below the row you are working on and is worked into the front post of that stitch, giving the over all effect of the rachis part of the feather. There is just 1 more little trick in the making of this crochet feather and that is by the time you get to the second row of dc's you work them into the back loop of the dc st. Oh yeah, of course there is the shaping of the tip of the feather, but that's just increasing less st's over a few rows and your done."

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Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am always so amazed at what can be made with a little yarn, a hook and a little time. From the minds of a creative designer we now can make feathers to use in our special projects either DIY or store bought.

You almost have to do a double take to notice that this is not a real feather. If you select just the right colors it really may be very hard to tell it from a real feather. I love that the designer suggested using these on a dream catcher. Thanks for sharing.

You know where these feathers would look cute? In long, wavy hair, as an accessory piece. Think of the summer music festivals coming up in a few short months. I see there is a picture of a dream catcher, too. Feathers like this can also be used to accent and jazz up a solid color toss pillow on your couch. If you don't want it to be permanent, just sew a few stitches around the edges.

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