In this lesson with Deja from Crochet Ever After, follow along to finish up Pip the Chick's egg-shaped body, including how to attach the beak and stuff him.
Using cotton or acrylic yarn with a medium weight and your J hook, you'll work the first few rows of the crochet washcloth and start learning how to cable.
Now that you know what you need to work up this project and how to get it started, continue crocheting rows and creating posts for your cabled owl.
Follow along with Deja from Crochet Ever After to learn how to work front post double and treble crochet stitches to finish the owl's head and create the body.
Now that your cabled owl detail is finished, continue working the rest of the rows and learn how to add a reverse single crochet border to your washcloth.
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