Funky Chicken Trio Crochet Amigurumi Pattern PDF

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These chicks have decked themselves out in their brightest colors and flowery wings - just looking for the perfect sunny ledge to show themselves off! Designed for crocheters with a little experience (advanced beginner level), this amigurumi pattern contains 15 pages of easy-to-follow pattern instructions, including many photos of the chickens themselves as well as the finished pieces before assembly. If you are an experienced amigurumi crocheter, pages 11-15 of the pattern contain minimal photographs so you can get right to the crocheting experience! Chicks range in size from 6.5" to 8.5". The models are crocheted from Sugar 'n Cream yarn, but any firm acrylic, cotton or wool worsted weight yarn will work well.

What you need to know: working single crochet in the round, slip stitch, double crochet.

Note 1: This is a pattern PDF ONLY, not the finished chickens.

Note 2: You my make these chickens to sell at craft fairs, bazaars and/or farmers markets without crediting me as the designer. If you sell them online through Etsy, Craftsy or any of the other online selling sites, please link back to my original pattern. These chickens may not be made to sell wholesale. If you are selling online, please use your own photo - my photos are copyright protected. Thanks for respecting this!

Note 3: If you are interested in purchasing an already made chicken, please convo me so we can work out the details. I do take a limited number of special request orders.



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    Jun 19, 2018 by williamsonlori3
    Great pattern ! I’ve had so much fun creating these chickens . Thank you .
    Jun 7, 2018 by williamsonlori3
    Apr 19, 2018 by Cindy Ellis
    Can't wait to make some chickens!
    Apr 10, 2018 by Lynn Mudd
    The chickens are very quick to make and they're great for using up the small balls of left over yarn. Pattern is very easy to follow. Thankyou 🐔🐔🐔
    Mar 4, 2018 by Lorna Gallimore

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