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Loves Joker Bat like crazy, so you better make them both!
Final member - and the most complicated! - of the Batman Bats Villains Series. My favourite, and well loved on Cut Out and Keep, Harley Quinn. Again, see the Batman keyring for photos of the making process, just keep in mind the mid-round colour changes.

Posted by HotPinkCrayola from Holmfirth, England, United Kingdom • Published See HotPinkCrayola's 95 projects »
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  • Step 1

    CH2/ magic ring in red

    Round 1: 3sc red; 3sc black into centre of 2nd stitch from hook/ magic ring [6]
    Round 2: INC three times in red, INC three times in black around [6 red, 6 black = 12]
    Round 3: [1sc, INC] Repeat three times red, three times black [9 red, 9 black = 18]
    Round 4: [2sc, INC] Repeat three times red, three times black [12 red, 12 black = 24]
    Round 5: 12sc red, 12sc black [24]
    Round 6 – 7: 12sc black, 12sc red [24]
    Round 8: [2sc, DEC] Repeat three times black, three times red [9 black, 9 red = 18]
    Round 9: [1sc, DEC] Repeat three times black, three times red [6 black, 6 red = 12]
    Round 10: DEC three times black, three times red [3 black, 3 red = 6]

    Stuff firmly

    Round 11: INC white, INC twice red, INC twice black, INC white [2 white, 4 red, 4 black, 2 white = 12]
    Round 12: [1sc, INC] once white, twice red, twice black, once white [3 white, 6 red, 6 black, 3 white = 18]
    Round 13: [2sc, INC] once white, twice red, twice black, once white [4 white, 8 red, 8 black, 4 white = 24]
    Round 14 – 16: 4sc white, 8sc red, 8sc black, 4sc white [24]
    Round 17: [2sc, DEC] three times red, three times black [9 red, 9 black = 18]
    Round 18: [1sc, DEC] three times red, three times black [6 red, 6 black = 12]Round 19: DEC three times red, three times black [3 red, 3 black = 6]

    I really hope that makes sense! If not please ask in the comments and I’ll try clarify. An easier way to make the head would be to make a fully white head with a separate hood, but that’s a trial for another time!

  • Step 2

    To make the hood horns (one red, one black):

    Ch7
    Row 1 – 3: 6sc starting in second chain from hook [6] Ch1, turn
    Row 4: 6sc starting in second chain from hook [6]
    Finish leaving a long tail for sewing. Fold in half length ways and sew edges together. Sew to the correct side of the hood, and add a decorative white stitch in the tip (should be bobbles on the end, so really tiny pompoms would look cute if you have any too).

  • Step 3

    Neck Ruff (just seen):

    Ch16 (or as many as you need to go round the neck)
    Row 1: 15sc starting in second chain from hook.
    Finish off leaving a long tail for sewing and sew in place.

  • Step 4

    Wings:

    Make half a wing in black felt and half a wing in red felt. Join along the centre and sew/ glue in place.
    The group photo above shows a four way split in the wings, but I glue gunned the joins and they looked a mess, so I simplified after the shoot then forgot to retake the group shot. If you’re more patient than me and sew them, a four way split would look awesome.

  • Step 5

    The mask is the same as Robins, but in black:

    CH7
    Row 1: 6Sc starting in second chain from hook. [6] CH1 to turn.
    Row 2: 6Sc [6] CH1 to turn.
    Row 3: 6Sc [6]
    Finish leaving long tail for sewing. Once sewn on, sew two eyes in white yarn.

  • How to stitch a knit or crochet keyring. Harley Quinn Bat Keyring - Step 6
    Step 6

    Finishing:

    Sew on her nose and mouth in black wool/ embroidery thread.

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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1426 projects
Harley is my hero. Thanks so much for sharing!
HotPinkCrayola
HotPinkCrayola · Holmfirth, England, GB · 97 projects
sorry for the late reply, but I just wanted to say thank you! Happy
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