This crochet peacock feather crochet pattern uses embroidery floss to make a colorful, silky feather. Use different yarns and colors to create the size and look you want for your peacock feathers. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. This crochet peacock feather pattern is available in my shops: Ravelry, Etsy, my Whistle and Ivy Pattern shop. AND it’s available in my All-Access Pass. Learn more here. Thanks for your support!
It’s crazy that this year marks 8 years since I started blogging and designing crochet patterns. I admit, when I started I didn’t know exactly what I was doing. Over the years I was able to hone my craft and get better at designing, photography and almost everything. Since then, I have been gradually working on older things to bring everything up to my current standard of work. I loved this crochet peacock feather when I designed it several years ago, and I thought this week would be a good week to dust it off and polish it up.
I think it was more work fixing an existing pattern then it would have been to simply start over from scratch, yikes!
When I first designed this pattern so many years ago, I spent a lot of time staring at the embroidery floss wall, trying to decipher which colors would make my crochet peacock feathers looks almost real.
This time around I had tons of fun playing around with different, non traditional colors and pairing them together.
This bright coral-pink crochet peacock feather ended up being my favorite, I love those colors together.
CROCHET PEACOCK FEATHER – CROCHET PATTERN
Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch
Gauge: not important, change your hook and thread/yarn to make different sizes.
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I initially made my crochet peacock feathers into earrings, but then I decided that was putting myself in a box. You can make so many things with these feathers!
What will you make with yours?