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devonchaos
« Reply #20 on: September 07, 2010 07:58:06 PM »

AW!  What a sweet lil' face!!!

I love this!
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« Reply #21 on: October 22, 2010 01:52:27 AM »

I started making this one yesterday in light blue! It's too cute! I will post pictures when it's done!
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waywardzombie
« Reply #22 on: November 07, 2010 01:18:09 PM »

This is so cute! I'm making one for my baby cousin as soon as I get the chance.

Thank you so much for the pattern too.  Smiley
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belfastfilm
« Reply #23 on: November 22, 2010 08:45:08 AM »

ADORABLE. 
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Muddlepud
« Reply #24 on: November 22, 2010 10:22:48 AM »

It's so sweet!
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« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2010 07:31:00 PM »

what an adorable little bird [:
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« Reply #26 on: January 04, 2011 10:02:10 AM »



I finished it finally! Thanx for the translation!
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nikeeki
« Reply #27 on: January 05, 2011 10:21:20 PM »

I can't wait to make one- I love all things cockatiel! Thanks for the pattern translation Smiley
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xyphir
« Reply #28 on: January 14, 2012 05:43:29 PM »

Ooh! I like the wings with the trim on it! I just made two. A Tenzing and a Chenchen. Will post when I get my computer back (on netbook atm).
Didn't realise that the pattern had been translated yesterday when I made them, but will also post my pattern which is written a little differently. I am only just learning to crochet - these two were my second and third amigurumi things, so maybe my pattern will make sense to people who are learning? Ratios seem to work for me.

Enjoy

Amigurumi Cockatiel
NB: To make budgie, do not put crest and cheeks on.

http://www.okamensclub.com/handicraft.html

Materials:
3.5 Crochet Hook

Head and Body:

Round 1:   Make a magic circle and make 6 stitches
Round 2:   1:6 increase. Crochet two stitches into each stitch (12 stitches)
Round 3:   1:6 increase. 1:2 (DC 1: Make) (18 Stitches)
Round 4:   1:6 increase. 2:2 (DC 2: Make) (24 Stitches)
Round 5:   1:6 increase. 3:2 (DC 3: Make) (30 Stitches)
Round 6:   1:6 increase. 4:2 (DC 4: Make) (36 Stitches)
Round 7 – 11:   DC round. Do not change size. (36 Stitches)
Round 12:   Decrease 1:6. 4:-2 (DC 4: Decrease) (30 Stitches)
Round 13:   Decrease 1:6. 3:-2 (DC 3: Decrease) (24 Stitches)
Round 14:   DC round. Do not change size. (24 Stitches)
      Body starts
Round 15:   1:6 increase. 3:2 (DC 3: Make) (30 Stitches)
Round 16:   1:6 increase. 4:2 (DC 4: Make) (36 Stitches)
Round 17:   DC round. Do not change size. (36 Stitches)
Round 18:   1:6 increase. 5:2 (DC 5: Make) (42 Stitches)
Round 19:   DC round. Do not change size. (42 Stitches)
Round 20:   1:6 increase. 6:2 (DC 6: Make) (48 Stitches)
Round 21 – 23:   DC round. Do not change size. (48 Stitches)
Round 24:   1:6 decrease. 6:-2 (DC 6: Decrease) (42 Stitches)
      Make and stuff head.
Round 25:   1:6 decrease. 5:-2 (DC 5: Decrease) (36 Stitches)
Round 26:   1:6 decrease. 4:-2 (DC 4: Decrease) (30 Stitches)
Round 27:   1:6 decrease. 3:-2 (DC 3: Decrease) (24 Stitches)
Round 28:   1:6 decrease. 2:-2 (DC 2: Decrease) (18 Stitches)
      Stuff body
Round 29:   1:6 decrease. 1:-2 (DC 1: Decrease) (12 Stitches)
Round 20:   1:6 decrease. -2:-2 (Decrease: Decrease) (6 Stitches)
Round 21:   1:6 decrease. -2:-2 (Decrease: Decrease) (0 Stitches)

Wings: (Make 2)

Wings are made in two pieces. The “shoulder” and the “flight feathers”.

Shoulder:
Round 1:   Make a magic circle and make 6 stitches
Round 2:   1:6 increase. Crochet two stitches into each stitch (12 stitches)
Round 3:   1:6 increase. 1:2 (DC 1: Make) (18 Stitches)
Round 4:   1:6 increase. 2:2 (DC 2: Make) (24 Stitches)
Round 5:   1:6 increase. 3:2 (DC 3: Make) (30 Stitches)
Round 6:   1:6 increase. 4:2 (DC 4: Make) (36 Stitches)

Flight Feathers:
Round 1:   Make a magic circle and make 6 stitches
Round 2:   1:6 increase. Crochet two stitches into each stitch (12 stitches)
Round 3:   1:6 increase. 1:2 (DC 1: Make) (18 Stitches)
Round 4:   1:6 increase. 2:2 (DC 2: Make) (24 Stitches)
Round 5:   1:6 increase. 3:2 (DC 3: Make) (30 Stitches)
Round 6:   1:6 increase. 4:2 (DC 4: Make) (36 Stitches)
Round 7:   1:6 increase. 5:2 (DC 5: Make) (42 Stitches)

Fold flight feathers in half and attach to the shoulder. The furthermost edge of the flight feathers should reach the middle of the shoulders. Pin and attach to the body.

   

Tail:

Round 1:   Make a magic circle and make 6 stitches
Round 2:   1:3 increase. 1:2 (DC 1: Make) (9 Stitches)
Round 3:   1:3 increase. 2:2 (DC 2: Make) (12 Stitches)
Round 4 – 8:   DC Round. Do not change size (12 Stitches)
Round 9:   1:3 increase. 3:2 (DC 3: Make) (15 Stitches)
Round 10 – 15:   DC Round. Do not change size (15 Stitches)

Attach tail to the rump of the bird.

For Cockatiel only:

Crest:

Row 1:      Chain 4. Make single turning chain.
Row 2:      Chain 4. Make single turning chain.
Row 3:      Chain 3. Make single turning chain.
Row 4:      Chain 3. Make single turning chain.
Row 5:      Chain 2. Make single turning chain.
Row 6:      Chain 2. Make single turning chain.
Row 7:      Chain 1. Make single turning chain.
Row 8:      Chain 1. Make single turning chain.

Weave in ends. Attach to head so that the longest length is towards the front of the head and the shortest length is towards the back of the head.

Cheeks: (Make 2)

Round 1:   Make a magic circle and make 5 stitches
Round 2:   1:5 increase. Crochet 2 stitches into each stitch (10 Stitches)

Attach cheeks under eyes.
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xyphir
« Reply #29 on: January 14, 2012 05:44:45 PM »

PS: Tenzing and Chenchen are my two birds. Actually, not entirely. Tenzing died and I now have a Tizzy 2.0... but haven't made him yet Cheesy
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