Baby Chick


"With Easter coming up soon, you will love this fun, quick project to make a baby chick for the kiddos (or yourself). This chick measures approximately 6 inches top to bottom. I worked my single crochets in the back loop to make it easier to count my rows and I personally just like the way it looks. Also, Work your rounds in spirals, do not join at the beginning of each round. Each round has the total number of stitches for the round in brackets. If you are unsure its always a good idea to count your stitches."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This cute little chick is easy to work up in an evening, and if youre so inclined, you could work up an oval version of the beak in orange and convert the chick to a duckling. The pattern is very nicely written and has a wealth of photos showing the chick from all angles. Grab your hook and get started on this one!

My granddaughter is going to LOVE this little chick. I did not use buttons for the eyes, I used black yarn and embroidered them on to make sure there was no choking danger.

hello trying to find out how to enter

Hi there, To access this pattern, click on the link that says "Click here for crochet pattern," right below the pattern description. :) I hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet


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