To make one bird rattle you should have:
- one container from a toy from the kinder.
- two small skeins of thread of different colors.
- some beads or small beads.
- a needle with a thread.
- Crochet hook.
- sintepuh for stuffing.
We will knit in the Amigurumi technique, so the first thing we do is make a special loop.
We collect 5 single crochet stitches on the loop, connect them and tie two single crochet stitches into each lower loop.
We make a small pancake from 4-5 rows, depending on the thickness of the thread. And now we begin to knit without additions.
After the third row without increments, start adding three additional columns to each row, evenly distributing them across the row. Tie 4-5 rows so, then again knit 2-3 rows without increments. In the next 2 rows, add 4 additional columns evenly. Next, knit 3-4 rows without additives and begin to narrow. First we remove 4 loops per row. Having knitted two columns, you can insert a container from the kinder with beads inside. To do this, first put a little sintepuha in the upper part so that the bird's head is soft.
Insert the container.
We stuff syntepuh on the sides of the container.
We continue to decrease until the hole closes completely.
We knit wings and a foot for a rattle.
We sew all the parts together. Sew eyes and embroider beak.
It will be interesting and safe for the child to play such a fun bird.