Sunday, 28 August 2011

Angry Birds Red, Yellow Bird and Green Pig plush toy


Update: I now have patterns for the Pig red bird and for the yellow bird!!!
I have had great response from the beanies that I've made, and I've got orders from my friend to make her the plush toy version for the Green Pig.  Since its her birthday in September, I've made it just in time so I have time to post it to her in Hong Kong. After finishing the Pig I thought it looked abit lonely on its own, so I've decided to make him a companion as well. 

Yarn: Moda Vera, Marvel Plain 100% acrylic col1015, scraps of acrylic yarns for nose and eyes.
Needles: 3.25mm 

Yarn: Patons Australia, Big Baby 8 ply red 60% acrylic and 40% Nylon for the main head, Peter Pan, Darling 10 ply white 100% polyester for bottom part of the head, and scraps of acrylic yarns for nose and eyes.  
Needles: 3.25mm

Yellow Bird - pattern available here
Yarn: Moda Vera, Marvel Plain 100% acrylic, scraps of acrylic yarns for nose and eyes.
Needles: 3.25mm



And PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE post pictures to my Ravelry account if you make these little guys!! 

Killerbees

34 comments:

  1. Are you going to put up the bird pattern as well?

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  2. Awesome patterns! You are talented. Would love to see the bird pattern as well.

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  3. Awesome! Please do post the bird pattern also! My son loves these guys and I'd love to make him the pair for his birthday next week.

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  4. Another awesome from me too, could I link to my knitted toy blog please.

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  5. thanks guys, and yes Hennie, you can.

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  6. please please please share the pattern for the red bird. My kids would be sooo excited to get one

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  7. Yes, please share the pattern for the bird, my daughter is going to be so excited!

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  8. Please, pretty please add the pattern for the bird. :-)

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  9. These are awesome, and I can't wait to make them for my niece for Christmas. I am REALLY looking forward to the yellow bird pattern, too. She needs the full set of all three, don't you think? You are so kind to share, and I am glad I found your blog via your green pig pattern on Ravelry.

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  10. I've made the Red Bird for my friend for her birthday, and I'm planning on making the Pig and the Yellow Bird for her husband and her for Christmas! Hopefully you'll have the yellow bird pattern up soon!

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  11. thank you!!!! my soon to be 4 year old is crazy for angry birds. i decided to see if i could find knitting patterns. you are my saving grace. :) i'm doing an angry birds party for him! these guys will be perfect! thank you, thank you, thank you! i cant' wait to start them.

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  12. Thank You! I made red bird and put it to my blog (http://nirpunomatjutut.blogspot.com).

    I wonder how you make this part where you have two colours? Do you cut yarn every time? That part was difficult to me.

    Waiting yellow bird pattern too... :)

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  13. Hi Nirppu,
    i cut the yarn and just weave in the end when i change colour,although i know you can use the intarsia technique, but the downside to that is you have a right and wrong side and therefore you need to purl. i don't like purling and because no one will ever see the back so i just cut the yarn instead.
    Here's a video showing you how to intarsia in the round which i found very useful.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofSotC-vPSw
    hope this helps.

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  14. Tis is going in husbands stocking for Christmas. He is Jewish but I have been known to put a menorah in his Christmas stocking. Life is too short not to have fun. Thanks again for the patterns. They are perfect!

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  15. I modified your red bird pattern to make a blue bird. I need to fix one of the eyes, but I blogged it here, and at some point I'll post the pictures to Ravelry: http://t.co/7u4Cou0k

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  16. Just wanted to say I LOVE YOUR PATTERNS! They are all so beautiful.

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  17. Love these! (A friend just sent the link.)

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  18. Please could you work a pattern for some of the other birds as my sister has asked for a whole set for someones present. Thanks, loving the patterns that are already there :)

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  19. When my friends found out i knit, they laughed and found it hilarious (im a guy) but then they asked what i was knitting, and now they all want one!

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  20. PS. my friends want a blue one! If you have made it could you please put the pattern up? thanks :)

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  21. Hey, thanks for sharing. i hope i can make one for my girl.

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  22. Thanks for the pattern for the Red Angry Bird -- I'm trying to make this into a tooth-fairy Angry Bird for my 4-year-old grandson.

    I would like advice, however, on how to stop the white part from being so tight; I've tried starting it twice now and the second time I did the beginning part on two circular needles, but I think the trailing white/red colours are still too tight and now that I'm about to stuff I'll have to cut them and try and secure them somehow. Any ideas, please?

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  23. Would you have a pattern for the mighty eagle? I have a 9 year old who is addicted to the birds. There is no way I'm going to pay over 100 dollars for a stuffed toy.

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    1. hi, no sorry, i have stop making new patterns for angry birds.

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  24. hi i am looking for the pattern for the black angry bird can u help please

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  25. Saw your red angry bird golf club cover too and will make that for husband's birthday gift! Am wondering though if you can share some tips to convert all characters to club covers? That will make this group the shinest among any golf courses!
    Thank you so much for sharing! You are so TALENTED!!!

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  26. I made a yellow and red one :)
    http://fradetkreativeroteloftet.blogspot.no/

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  27. I have a friend that loves playing angry birds, so I'm going to make her some Christmas ornaments with your patterns. She's going to be so thrilled! Thanks for sharing your patterns. I'll share the finished ornaments to your Ravelry page.

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  28. Omg awesome!!! Def gonna make!

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  29. Hi thank you for sharing your patterns they are great. Can you please tell me how tall they are ?

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