The wings

Brace yourself. It's time. Time to learn the magic loop. Using white yarn, watch this tutorial:

Magic loop giving you trouble? Try this easier chain method instead. It'll probably leave you with a hole in the middle, but that's OK – you gotta do what you gotta do to make a circle.

Whether you made a circle using the magic loop or chain method, give yourself a pat on the back for finishing Round 1. Now make the rest of the wing:

Round 1: 6 sc in magic loop (6)
Round 2:
6 sc
Round 3:
[sc, inc] x 3
Round 4:
[2 sc, inc] x 3


If you're having trouble seeing the stitches in this teeny tiny magic loop, use the 3 stitch markers that came in your kit and mark the stitches as you make them.

Before finishing the piece, you'll do a few more stitches to seal the wings off:

Once the wings are sealed off, they're ready to sew on between rounds 8 and 9 of the body, 3 stitches away from each eye: