For knitting crochet hooks you will needa little dense yarn of two colors; No. 3,5-4; eyes-beads. Description of work: at the beginning of each row, knit 3 air loops for lifting. Orange thread, type 6 air loops, close them in a circle. Spray 16 bars with a crochet and close in a circle. In the second row, connect 30 bars with a crochet, 3 air loops and close the circle. Then we knit with turning rows. The third row: 45 columns with a crochet (we make increments through 1 bar). The fourth row of knitted crochet hook: 51 column with a crochet (we make increments through 3 bars). The fifth row: 58 columns with a crochet (we make increments through 5 bars). The sixth row: 7 columns without a crochet with orange thread, change the thread to red and tie 15 bars without a crochet, then to the end of the row knit with a pattern of "shell": * skip 1 loop, 6 columns with a crochet, skip 1 loop, connecting column *, repeat from * to * to the end of the row. Change the thread to orange. We continue to knit down, into the segment of the circle with columns without a crochet. When you reach the second row, on the chain of 3 air loops you need to tie a loop (7-8 air loops). We rise upwards along the left side of the segment of the circle. Having reached the top, skip 2 loops and tie 9 posts with two tops. It will be the head of a hen. Tie all the stitches with an orange thread, without the crochet, tear off the thread at the end of the circle (this place is indicated by an arrow). Red thread on the head of a chicken tie 4 shells on 4 columns with a crochet. Between the third and fourth shell add a thread of orange and tie a beak (7-8 air loops). Sew an eye - a button or a bead. Strip the tack with a hot iron. In this form, the chicken is unlikely to serve as a tack, but rather for home decorations. I would advise you to tie two identical halves, put 1 layer of sintepon between them, then it will be a full knit pothold. This is an author's article. At full or partial reprint of materials, an active link to our site is required!