Childrens Backpack

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Cute bright children 's backpack can be crocheted for a child.

So, a children's backpack with crochet owls. Materials required: * Yarn of pink, light pink, gray, white, black, orange. (it is better that the yarn is thick enough.) * hook on your yarn (most likely it will be size 3-3.5) *
needle for stitching parts *
scissors We begin the knitting description with the description of the "bag".

We knit the backpack itself: Take the pink thread. Knit in a circle from the bottom up. 1r. 6SBN in spacecraft (6) 2R. 6 pr (12) 3R. (sbn, pr) * 6 (18) 4R. (2SBN, D) * 6 (24) 5R. (3SBN, D) * 6 (30) 6R. (4SBN, D) * 6 (36) 7R. (5SBN, D) * 6 (42) 8R. (6SBN, D) * 6 (48) 9 RUR (7 PRS, D) * 6 (54) 10 RUR (8 PRS, D) * 6 (60) 11R. (9 SBN, D) * 6 (66) 12 RUR (10 PRS, D) * 6 (72) 13R. (11 SBN, D) * 6 (78) 14R. (12 PRS, D) * 6 (84) 15R. (13 PRS, D) * 6 (90) 16R. (14 sbn, pr) * 6 (96) 17-60 pp. 96 sbn 61r. (23 sbn, 1VP, skip 1 loop of the previous row) * 4 (96) We knit 1 next to the “step of the dog”. We knit the valve of the backpack. Take the pink thread. We recruit a chain of 22VP + 1VP 1-20rr. 22 sbn, 1 VP, rotation The thread is fixed, trimmed. Sew the valve to the bag of the backpack.

We knit the straps of the backpack. Take the pink thread. We recruit a chain of 6VP + 1VP 1-80rr. 6 sbn, 1VP, rotation We sew belts to the backpack. Overlay on the “belly” of an owl on a backpack Take a gray thread. We collect a chain of 8VP + 1VP 1r. pr CCH, 6 CCH, pr CCH (10), 1VP, turn 2-11rr. 10SSN (10), 1VP, turn 12r. UB CCH, 6 CCH, UB CCH (8) We tie the part on all sides 1 next to the sc. We cut the thread and fix it. Sew the pad to the backpack as shown. We embroider the “feathers” pattern on the “abdomen” with a black thread.

Owl head. Pink thread. We recruit a chain of 10VP + 1VP. 1r. Knit on both sides of the chain in a circle (total initially we have 20 loops). (PRS, D) * 10 (30) 2R. (2 PRS, D) * 10 (40) 3-16r. 40 PRS (40) 17R. (2 PRS, UB) * 10 (30) 18R. (sb, ub) * 10 (20) The part is slightly stuffed. Fold in half, knit 10 sc, grabbing 2 loops in front and behind. We knit the owl eyelids (2 parts) We take the thread of light pink color. 1r. 6 PRS in spacecraft (6) 2R. 6 pr (12) 3R. (sbn, pr) * 6 (18) 4R. (2 PRS, D) * 6 (24) 5 RUR (3 prs, pr) * 6 (30) We knit eyes (2 parts).
Eye whites - take a white thread. 1r. 6 PRS in spacecraft (6) 2R. 6 pr (12) 3R. (sbn, pr) * 6 (18) 4R. (2 PRS, D) * 6 (24) 5 RUR (3 sbn, pr) * 6 (30)
We knit the pupil Take a black thread. 1r. 6 PRS in spacecraft (6) 2R. 6 pr (12) 3R. (sbn, pr) * 6 (18)
We knit glare for the eyes. Take a white thread. 1r. 6 PRS in KA (6) The details are superimposed on each other as you like, sew. Sew eyelids on top of the eyes as shown in the figure. We sew eyes with eyelids to the head of an owl.
We knit a beak We take a thread of orange color. 1r. 6 PRS in spacecraft (6) 2R. 6 pr (12) Fold the beak in half and knit, capturing 2 loops (for front and rear) 6 sc.
Sew the beak to the head, placing it between the eyes. Sew the finished head of the owl to the valve of the backpack. From pink, light pink and white yarn weave a cord-braid of the required length, we pass the cord through the holes in the backpack, formed in 61 rows. Tighten, tie.


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