Yarn bee – DIY

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Here we show some examples of the yarn bee DIY.

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At first, try to make these flying bees:

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Materials:
1) Plastic boxes of Kinder-suprises, preferably yellow
2) Yarn yellow and black
3) Wax paper (wings)
4) Villous sticks to clean antenna
5) Clay ( preferably with a hot gun)
6) Small black buttons (eyes)
Step 1:
Determine the length of thread for hanging toys to the ceiling, and immediately cut. Tie one end of the twine, and pinch the other in a box.

Step 2:
Glue one sharp end of box, tie a knot in the end of the thread and stick it to the box. Then attach black yarn in a spiral direction, it is the face of your bee.

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Step 3:

In the same way glue the whole box and wrap it with black and yellow yarn, imitating body of a bee.

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Step 4:

Cut out four wings of wax paper. Apply a small dot of glue on the lower of the two wings and one on the upper one, and then glue them. Now you’ve got two double wings.

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Make a small gap at the bottom of the wing and use it to slip between the two rows of yarn. Move apart two strands of yarn to glue the wings, and put a small dot of glue, using the glue-gun. Likewise stick antenna.

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Step 5:

Glue eyes – buttons on the face of the bee. You can add a ribbon if you want to make a girl.

Yarn bee

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Head and body are yellow.
1st row: 6 sc in ring Amigurumi (6)
2nd row: allowance x 6 times (12)
3rd row: (1 sc, allowance) x 6 times (18)
4th row: (2 sc , allowance) x 6 times (24)
5th row: (3 sc, allowance) x 6 times (30)
6th row: (4 sc, allowance) x 6 times (36)
7-12 rows 36 sc (36)
13th row: (4 sc, tog) x 6 times (30)
14th row: (3 sc, tog) x 6 times (24)
15th row: black (3 sc, allowance) x 6 times (30)
16th row: black (4 sc, allowance) x 6 times (36)
17-18 rows: yellow 36 sc (36)
19-20 rows: black 36 sc (36)
21-22 rows: yellow 36 sc (36)
23 -24 rows: black 36 sc (36)
25th row: yellow (4 sc, tog) x 6 times (30)
26th row: yellow (3 sc, tog) x 6 times (24)
27th row: black (2 sc, tog) x 6 times (18) to fill the filler
28th row: black (1 sc, tog) x 6 times (12)
29th row: black tog x 6 times (6)
30th row: black 6 sc (6)
Pull the hole, fix, crop, hide the thread.

Wings (4 pieces)
9 loops
1st row: 2 sc, 1 semi-column with trebles, 4 columns with trebles, 6 columns with trebles in a loop, 4 columns with trebles, 1 semi-column with trebles, 1 sc, allowance.
2nd row: 8 sc, (apallowance) -4 times, 8 sc.
Fix thread, leave the end for the sewing and cut.

Paws
1st row: 6 sc in ring Amigurumi (6)
2nd row: allowance x 6 times (12)
3rd row: 12 sc (12) to fill the filler or insert a small bead
4 th row: tog x 6 times (6)
5-6 rows : 6 sc
Fix thread, leave the end for the sewing and cut.

Eyes
3 loops.
1st row: 1 sc, 4 sc in one loop, 2 sc in one loop (7)
2nd row: allowance, 1 sc, allowance x 2 times, 1 sc, allowance, 1 sc (11) in the end of the series connect the column.
Fix thread, leave the end for the sewing and cut.

Nose
3 vp
1st row: 1 sc, 3 sc in one loop, 2 sc in one loop (6)
2nd row: allowance x 6 times (12)
3rd row: 12 sc
Fix thread, leave the end for the sewing and cut.
Connect all the parts.
Antennae
Take a line, pass through a needle, tie a knot at one end, tighten. Poke in the needle, for example, on the back and poke out in the place of antennae, stretch so that the knot is inside the body and gets stuck there. Cut the line, leaving the antenna of the right length.

Paint line with the nail polish.

One more scheme:

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Also we have scheme with bees among the flowers and birdhouses.

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Some more pictures:

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Bee-smiley

It is quickly, easily, and happily.

A good gift for both children and adults.

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Tail

Leave this length in the beginning of knitting thread to be able to do a few stitches. Tie with black yarn 7 stitches, turn the knitting.
From the second loop of the hook make 5 sc, 6 sc in last loop, close them in the ring.
Then knit body in a circle at the 6-minute loops.

2 row: 6 allowances = 12 sc
3 row: 1 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 18 sc
4 row: yellow yarn – 2 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 24 sc
5 row: 3 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 30 sc
6 row: black yarn – 4 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 36 sc
7 row: 5 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 42 sc
8 row: yellow yarn – 6 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 48 sc
9 row: 7 sc, 1 allowance – repeat 6 times = 54 sc
10, 11 rows: black yarn – 54 sc
12, 13 rows: yellow yarn – 54 sc
14 – 17 rows: black yarn – 54 sc
18 – 20 rows: yellow yarn – 54 sc
21 row: 7 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 48 sc
22 row: 6 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 42 sc
23 row: 5 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 36 sc
24 row: 4 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 30 sc
25 row: 3 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 24 sc
26 row: 2 sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 18 sc, stuff.
27 row: sc, 1 sc tog – repeat 6 times = 12 sc
28 row: tog – repeat 6 times = 6 sc. Close the hole, fasten the thread.

Tail is a bit on the side and sticks out to the side. Now with the piece, which you left at the beginning of knitting you can make tail as you like.

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Before making the attractive face, determine where is the top – where the tail “looks”.

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Nose
Knit it in a circle of black yarn.
First, a chain of 5 stitches.
1 row: from the second loop of the hook knit 3 sc, 3 sc in last loop.
Continue knitting on the other side of the chain: 3 sc, 3 sc in last loop. Total 12 sc.
2 row: 3 sc, allowance, sc, allowance, 3 sc, allowance, sc, allowance. Total 16 sc.
3 row: 16 sc.

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Eyes

Both eyes are knitted from one piece in the shape of a trapezoid.

1 row: a chain of 10 stitches

2 row: from the second loop of the hook knit 9 sc

3 row: 8 sc

4 row: 7 sc

5 row: 6 sc.

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Embroider eyes with black,  sew beady-eyes, embroider mouth.

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Wings

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Then definitely sew the line by the edge. Below the photos shows the difference. One wing is simply knitted, and the second is with fishing line. Put a fishing line to the edge of the wing and tie with a hook, while taking and fishing line.

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Antennae

Strung two beads on a wire and make the shape of the antennae, spinning.

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Then wrap the wire with black thread. Fasten it down, leaving little for sewing.

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Sew antennae and wings and admire. You can slightly tint cheeks with blush. Done!

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Royal bee

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Materials: yarn – 100% wool (cashmere), denim-cotton, iris, eyes, ribbon organza, sew sequins, parka.

Size: 6 cm.

Description

Threads (yellow and brown)
Make a chain of 4 loops and close the circle.

1st row (y) – 6 sc
2nd row: (y) – 12 sc
3-6th rows: (y) – 18 sc
7-8th rows: (b) – 18 sc
9-10th rows: (y) – 24 sc
11-12-th rows: (b) – 24 sc
13-14-th rows: (y) – 24 sc
15th row: (b) – 24 sc
16th row: (b) – 18 sc
17th row: (y) – 18 sc
18th row: (y) – 12 sc
19th row: (b) – 6 sc

Fill with synthetic padding and close all sc.
Glue the eyes, embroider mouth from orange iris, sew white organza, folded in two, sew sequins on top.

Some more designs:

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Beryl bee

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This bee named Beryl is the oldest and wisest of all the bees in the hive. Everybody respects it. It watches over the order and teaches all the tricks of a bee science: how to take the nectar from flowers, how to build a hive, how to protect themselves from enemies and hide from danger. In the spare time, it writes interesting books about everything it knows.

You need:

White yarn (100% wool)
Yellow yarn (100% wool)
Black yarn (100% wool)
White yarn (70% mohair and 30% silk)
A bit of red and light pink yarn
Crochet hook 4,5 (for bees)
Crochet hook  3 (for bees)
Black buttons
Wadding
Make little bees by the same description as the big bee, but take a more fine yarn and hook 3.

 

Head

Make 2 loops.

1st row: 6 sc on a second loop from the hook.
2nd row: 2 sc on each loop (total 12 loops in a row).
3rd row: * 1 sc on the next loop, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 18 loops).
4th row: * 1 sc on the next 2 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 24 loops).
5th row: * 1 sc on the next 3 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (30 loops in a row).
6th row: * 1 sc on the next 4 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 36 loops).
7th row: 1 sc on each loop
8th row: * 1 sc on the next 4 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (30 loops in a row).
9th row: * 1 sc on the next 3 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 24 loops).
10th row: * 1 sc on the next 2 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 18 loops).
11th row: 1 sc on each loop
12th row: * 1 sc on each loop, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 12 loops in a row).
Sew button-eyes. Firmly tamp head with wool.
13th row: * skip 1 loop, 1 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 6 loops). Attach thread.

Body

When a color changes, do not cut the string, but pass it under the bar. Make 2 loops with black thread.
1st row: 6 sc on a second loop from the hook.
2nd row: 2 sc on each loop(total 12 loops in a row).
3rd row: * 1 sc on the next loop, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 18 loops).Change to the yellow thread.
4th row: * 1 sc on the next 2 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 24 loops).
5th row: * 1 sc on the next 3 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 30 loops in a row).
6th row: * 1 sc on the next 4 loops, 2 sc on the next loop, repeat from * to end (total 36 loops).
Change to the black thread.
7-8th rows: 1 sc on each loop. Change to the yellow thread.
9-11th rows: 1 sc on each loop.Change to the black thread.
12-13th rows: 1 sc on each loop. Change to the yellow thread.
14th row: * 1 sc on the next 4 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 30 loops in a row).
15th row: * 1 sc on the next 3 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 24 loops).
16th row: * 1 sc on the next 2 loops, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 18 loops). Change to the black thread.
17th row: knit 1 sc on each loop, firmly tamp the body with cotton.
18th row: * 1 sc on the next loop, 2 sc together, repeat from * to end (total 12 loops in a row).
19th row: * skip 1 loop, 1 sc on the next loop, repeat from * until you close the hole. Attach thread. Pin head to the body, sew it. Embroider mouth.

Feet (6 loops)

Make 5 loops, 3 semi-columns with trebles on a second loop from the hook, semi-column on each loop to the end. Attach thread. Pin legs to the body, sew them.
Antennae (2 parts)

Make 7 loops, 2 semi-columns with trebles on a second loop from the hook, column with trebles on each loop to the end. Attach thread. Pin antennae to the head and sew.
Bee wings (2 parts)

Make 9 loops.
1st row: 1 sc on a second loop from the hook, 1 sc on each loop to the end (total 8 loops in a row).
2nd row: 2 sc on the next loop, 1 sc on each loop to the last loop, 2 sc in the last loop (total 10 loops in a row).
3rd row: 1 sc on each loop.
4th row: 2 sc on the next loop, 1 sc on each loop to the last loop, 2 sc in the last loop (total 12 loops in a row).
5th row: 1 sc on each loop.
6th row: 2 sc on the next loop, 1 sc on each loop to the last loop, 2 sc in the last loop (total 14 loops in a row).
7th row: 1 sc on each loop.
8th row: 2 sc on the next loop, 1 sc on each loop to the last loop, 2 sc in the last loop (total 16 loops in a row). Attach thread. Finish wings.
At the beginning of the first row tie the yarn. Make 1 loop, 1 sc at the end of each row, 3 sc on the corner, 1 sc on each loop, 3 sc on the corner, 1 sc at the end of each row. Fasten thread. Pin wings to the body, sew them.

The wings of little bees (2 parts)

Make 11 loops.
1st row: 2 sc on a second loop from the hook, 1 sc on the next 8 loops 2 sc on the last loop (total 12 loops in a row).
2nd row: 1 sc on each loop
3rd row: 2 sc together, 1 sc on the next 8 loops, 2 sc together on the last 2 loops (total 10 loops).
4th row: 2 sc together, 1 sc on the next 6 loops, 2 sc together on the last 2 loops (total 8 loops).
5-6th rows: 1 sc on each loop.
7th row: 2 sc together, 1 sc on the next 4 loops, 2 sc together (total 6 loops). Attach thread. Pin wings to the body, sew them.

 

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Honeycomb

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One-sided knitting. Number of loops is even. Make 30 loops:
1st row: (wrong side) – 1 front loop, 1 loop is removed along with the trebles and so on until the end of the row,
2nd and the 6th rows: (front side) at the beginning 1 front loop, then repeat: switch treble from the left needle to the right, not sewing, 2 front loops. At the end of the row switch treble from the left needle to the right, not sewing, 1 front loop.

3rd row:  1 wrong loop is removed together with trebles, and sew the following together with the hanging trebles with front loop to the upper slice, and so on until the end of the row;
4th row – 2 front, switch treble from the left needle to the right, not sewing, and so on until the end of the row;
5th row – sew 1 loop with hanging treble to the upper slice, 1 wrong loop is removed together with treble and so on until the end of the row.
7th row – repeat pattern from the 3rd row.

You can do also this cute cap.

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