Ladybug grabber

Such a nice grab "Ladybug" will not only become an indispensable assistant in the cooking process, but also make the interior of any kitchen more vibrant, attractive. This tack is easy to crochet. It is perfect as a gift to mom, grandmother, sister. The density of the tack depends on the density of the threads used. I have pure cotton threads.
For knitting, we need 100 g of pure pink cotton thread, as well as the remains of black thread. Use hook number 3.
To begin with, we knit 7 air loops, close the chain and knit 16 rows with a single crochet. We knit the first three rows with a single crochet, adding an additional loop through one. We knit 4-6 rows also with a single crochet, adding loops through 3 loops. We knit 7-9 rows with a crochet, adding additional loops through 5 main loops. We knit 10-16 rows, adding loops through 8 main loops.
Next, we knit a black thread and knit 19 single crochet. We expand the work and begin to knit, but not from the first loop, but from the second, thus removing one loop. We tie the row to the end, unfold the work, and again removing the first loop, we knit the row to the end. So we knit 8 rows, removing one loop.

Next, we knit a loop. To do this, we knit 18 air loops from the last loop and tie the last loop to the other end. We expand the work and knit one row with a single crochet.

We knit the back. To do this, we knit 23 air loops, deploy the work and knit a row with a single crochet. But do not knit the last loop. We expand the work and knit the next row, starting with the second loop. We also continue to knit, removing the loops. Until one loop remains. We knit 36 ​​air loops from it and close the last.

We knit circles. We knit 4 air loops, close the chain and knit 3 rows with a single crochet, adding 1 loop every 2. 6 circles are needed.

At the end, we sew all the details and get a wonderful tack in the form of a ladybug.