You can find the pattern is US terms here
(Photo is taken hung on already existing hooks, I looks better when the top strip is spread out properly 🙂
5.00 mm hook
4.5 mm needles OR 4.5 mm hook
Less than 100 grams of dark purple
Less than 50 grams of red, blue and yellow
A small amount of black for sewing on the eyes.
9 beads to add weight to your motif chains.
6 small white buttons
In Dark purple, co 13 stitches. Knit in garter (knit every stitch) till it reaches 60 cms and finish off.
You could also crochet this strip instead, I just like to have some mindless knitting for when I am reading.
For a crocheted strip take a 4.5 mm hook and with the purple yarn chain 11.
R1 dc in second loop from the hook and dc across. (10 stitches)
Continue in dc until the strip reaches 60 cms and finish off.
Slip stitch into one corner of your strip and make a chain 70 cms long and finish it off, tying on one of your beads.
Along the same edge, leave approx 6.5 cms then slip stitch into the fabric again, this time making your chain 35 cms long. Finish off and add a bead.
Continue in this fashion until you have 9 chains, with the last one being made in the opposite corner to the one you started with.
Now make your motifs.
Little star motif – make 3 blue, 2 red and 2 yellow.
Ch 3 join
R1 Dc 5 into ring
R2 Dc tr dc in each st around (15 st)
R3 Dc 2tr dc in each tr, sl st in each dc around, finish.
Moon motif -make 3
4.5 mm hook
3 dc into Magic loop pull tight.
R1 ch 1 2 dc in each stitch (6 stitches)
R2 ch 1 3 dc in first st, dc across, 3 dc in last st
R3 ch 1 3 dc in first st, dc across, 3 dc in last st
R4 3 dc in first st, dc across, 3 dc in last st
R5 ch1, dc to end, finish off.
Large moon – make 1
Follow the pattern for the cresent moon,
But do row 4 3 times before doing row 5.
Owl motif – make 2 with blue bellies and red bodies, and one with a red belly and a blue body.
R1 Dc 6 into 2nd loop (place a stitch marker in the 8th stitch, and keep putting it in the last stitch of the round, every round.)
R2 Dc in each st
Join new colour
R3 Dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch repeat around (18 stitches)
R4 Dc in next 2 stitches, 2 dc in next stitch repeat around (24 stitches)
R5 Dc 6 from marker ch1 turn
R6 dc, tr, sl, sl, tr, dc ch1 turn
R7 Tr, tr, dc, dc, tr tr finish
Sew on buttons for eyes and embroider a triangle for nose
After sewing in all of you ends, sew your motifs to the chains. You can follow my placement, or come up with your own.
As you can tell, I have no future in the digital design field haha, but this gives you an idea of where I have placed the motifs.
Happy crafting 🙂