Crochet A Quirky Hoopoe Amigurumi … This Bird Turns Heads!

Crochet A Quirky Hoopoe Amigurumi … This Bird Turns Heads!

Fun fact: the Hoopoe is named after the onomatopoeic sound it makes: oop-oop-oop. And now thanks to Natasha of aNZeesCraft you crochet one of these colorful birds!

Crochet A Quirky Hoopoe Amigurumi ... This Bird Turns Heads!

Crochet A Quirky Hoopoe Amigurumi ... This Bird Turns Heads!

Get the pattern via Etsy, designed by Natasha of aNZeesCraft.


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  1. Kelle

    Oh my gosh I may have to make this. I’m a huge fan of Midsomer Murders and one of the episodes features a murder among birdwatchers, and a hoopoe is the bird in question they are all dying to see (ha ha, get it?) for their count.

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