Octo the Baby Windsock by Heidi Yates

Octo the Baby Windsock

August 2020
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.5 mm (I)
170 - 200 yards (155 - 183 m)
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He might not blow straight out like ones you would see at the beach, but they did dance around quite a bit in the wind.

Materials and Details
Materials and Details
Yarn: 100 yards orange ww yarn, 50 yards turquoise ww yarn, 20 yards white ww yarn.
Crochet Hook: H (5mm)
Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, large canning jar ring or bracelet (approximately 3.5” across), 2 small black buttons, black sewing needle, thread
Measurement: Body - 6” tall x 5.5” across (widest part measured flat)

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