Seagull Birb Amigurumi

In this lesson we’ll be crocheting the trash birbs of the ocean, a Seagull birb! I call these guys ‘Birbs’ because they’re secret agents disguised as different kind of birds! I really like the large beak for this pattern as it really opens up the options for many different bird types other than a seagull!

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Overview

In this lesson we’ll be crocheting the trash birbs of the ocean, a Seagull birb! I call these guys ‘Birbs’ because they’re secret agents disguised as different kind of birds! I really like the large beak for this pattern as it really opens up the options for many different bird types other than a seagull!

Louie Mensinger

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Louie's Loops

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Difficulty

Medium

Time

~ 2 hour

What you'll create

What you'll learn

01

Wings

02

Tail

03

Large Beak

04

Feet

05

Birb Beak

06

Head

07

Birb Body

What you'll need

Cotton Yarn

Weight:

Colors:

Crochet Hook: Size G6 / 4.00mm

Safety Bead Eyes: Size 6.00mm

Darning Needle

Stuffing

Miniature Magnet

Abbreviations

Other Useful Info

Gauge:

5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” 
Finished piece is about 3” tall

Worked in the Round

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