How To Crochet A Drumstick Amigurumi Cuddler Pillow. Our Drumstick Crochet Pattern Is Created With Beginners In Mind & Works Up Quickly!
Hi friend! We’re so excited to share our Drumstick crochet pattern Kawaii Cuddler® with you!
A few fun facts we learned about the drumsticks while researching our pattern:
- The modern word drumstick, as in turkey drumstick, was named in the 16th century because it resembled what people in the 1500’s knew to be percussion drumsticks.
- Aside from Thanksgiving, this dark, flavorful meat is typically served at fairs and amusement parks on-the-bone to be eaten as a handheld meal.
- The giant turkey leg premiered in the late 1980’s with strong sales at Big Al’s Coonskin Caps in Frontierland at the Magic Kingdom. It wasn’t long before their popularity meant the turkey legs were made available at all six Disney parks in the US.
Our Drumstick crochet pattern is happy to join our other friends Roasted Turkey Kawaii Cuddler®, Turkey Kawaii Cuddler®, & Pilgrim Hat Kawaii Cuddler®.
Our finished Drumstick project is 7″ x 14″ using the recommended hook size. You are welcome to go up or down a hook size to create a different dimension. You can even hold two pieces of yarn together with a larger hook to create a giant cuddler. The sky is the limit!
If you’ve never worked one of our Kawaii Cuddler® patterns, they are geared towards beginners. You will work two flat pieces and single crochet them together to finish the piece. Even if you’ve never been able to crochet from a pattern before, we’re confident you can create with a 3amgracedesigns pattern. We encourage you to join our Facebook Group where we remain active helping with questions! We love passing our love for the craft on to others!
Click HERE to purchase the Drumstick Kawaii Cuddler® crochet pattern
We hope you enjoy making your very own drumstick with our crochet pattern! We can’t wait to see your creativity. When you complete one, please post it in our Facebook group or tag us on Instagram #3amgracedesigns. We love seeing your work!
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