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If you just follow the body portion, you get a basic windspinner
Frog dragon pattern outline
Always start with a 12 inch tail at the same side, no turning at all. If there is no head, end with another long tail.
Row 1: Using Gray yarn 55 Hdfc (half double foundation crochet)
Row 2: 2dc (American double crochet) in each of first 50 stitches, now referred to as the Body, 5 dc per stitch in last 5 plus 3 dc in back of last stitch of the body, 1hdc (American half double crochet) and 1sc (American single crochet) in the second to last stitch in body, forming a teardrop.
Row 3: Using mint yarn, 3dc per stitch on body. Slip stitch to middle of teardrop.
Row 4: Using Gray yarn, 5sc 4st picot into last stitch repeating along the body. At teardrop sc, 3hdc in first stitch 2 dc per stitch in six stitches, one sc, 1hdc, in the next and 2 DC per stitch to midline of teardrop, then repeat the same in reverse.
Gather from beginning of head to single crochet and slip stitch to form first eye space.
Gather from end to single crochet space to form second eye space.
Add in eyes, stitching in place.
Sew lower jaw at 2 stitches past eye, back under head to two stitches past eye on other side. With black yarn, add pupils to the eyes.
Braid yarn tails at the head.into pulling the ends into the open space between the original five head stitches, knotting underneath to form hanging loop.
Braid yarn at starting end and use to secure large tassel or wooden bead to the bottom. The weight of a large bead or large tassel helps resist light breezes, allowing for better spinning.
Round 1: 6 stitches in magic circle.
Round 2: Single crochet in each stitch
Round 3: Decrease all around, leaving tail for sewing
Round 1: Using mint yarn, 6 Half Double stitches in a magic circle
Round 2: Using mint yarn, increase HD in each stitch around.
Round 3: Using Gray yarn, 3 HD in each stitch around leave tail to sew with.