View this Article in Magnus
Edit this Article in Magnus
 

Knit three Easter chicks: free knitting pattern

Download the knitting pattern for three cute chicks in a row, first featured in Prima, April 2009

PP apr09 Easter chicks to knit - Free knitting patterns - Craft - allaboutyou.com

The pattern for these cute little chickens – Gordon, Jamie and Hugh – is taken from The Organic Cotton Kids Collection by Rowan (£7.95). Call 01484 681881 for yarn and book stockists.

Size
Finished height approximately 20cm, including legs

Materials
• Rowan Purelife Organic Cotton DK as follows*
GORDON (LEFT):
• 1 x 50g ball of Brazilwood 982 (A)
• 1 x 50g ball of Madder 980 (B)
JAMIE (CENTRE):
• 1 x 50g ball of Yellowwood 984 (A)
• 1 x 50g ball of Madder 980 (B)
HUGH (RIGHT):
• 1 x 50g ball of Quebracho & Cuba 983 (A)
• 1 x 50g ball of Madder 980 (B)
• oddments of three other colours
• pair of 3.25mm knitting needles
• 3.25mm crochet hook
• popcorn kernels or plastic beans
• washable toy stuffing
• 6 small black beads for eyes
• 10cm florist wire for glasses
* If you're making all three chickens, only one ball of Madder will be needed

Click here to download the pattern

The pattern is a PDF file. You can open the PDF to look at it, then save it on your computer, or save it directly to your computer, then open it. (You need to have Adobe software to view a PDF file. Download the free software here.)

Difficulty in downloading our patterns? Get help here

You might also like...

Make pompom Easter chicks
See all of our Easter craft ideas
Search all of our knitting patterns here
See all our Easter ideas: menus, crafts, home buys and days out

Rated

by 4 people

Rate This
Comment Print

Post your comment

Join us here...

Click on a magazine title to see all its online features and news
Prima
Stain buster Our guide to removing smudges, spots, and other spills.
See more stain busting solutions >

Community

MORE FROM ALLABOUTYOU

View by magazine : View by magazine Prima
hideAdvertisement
production
Page built from scratch in 3 wallclock secs ( 1.68 usr + 0.11 sys = 1.79 CPU) (click to hide)