Easter Chick

Easter Chick
Crochet - Easter Chick
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This is a must! Great for the kid’s Easter baskets! This can be easily made in an hour or less. This is made from Yellow – Light 3 – yarn. Some ribbon, eyes, and orange felt and you have yourself a fun Chick.

Materials: Bernat Softee Baby yarn –Light yellow, Size G crochet hook, Small Ribbon of choice, Orange felt, and Small eyes found at any crafts store.

Body

Base: CH 5, turn.

Rnd 1: 2 SC, 3 SC in next, 2 SC, 2 SC in next, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 2: 3 SC in 1st sp, 5 SC, 3 SC in next sp, 4 SC, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 3: 6 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 1 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 6 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 2 SC in next sp, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1 turn.

Rnd 4-9: 21 SC, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 10: * 1 SC, SC2tog, Rep from * around. SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 11: SC around, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1 turn.

Rnd 12: 6 SC, SC2tog, 5 SC, SC2tog, SL to 1st SC made, CH 1, turn.

Rnd 13: *1 SC, SC2tog, Rep from * around, end with 1 SC, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1 turn.

Rnd 14: 2 SC in each sp around, SL to 1 SC made, CH 1 turn.

Rnd 15-19: SC around, SL to 1st SC made, Ch 1, turn.

Rnd 20: SC2tog around to last sp, 1 Sc, SL to 1st SC made, Tie off leave long tail.

Take your poly-fill and stuff inside you chick’s body and head.

Rnd 21: Take the tail left by Rnd 20 and weave in and out of rnd 20 and pull to close hole, Tie off and hide string.

 

Wings (Make 2 of these)

Base: CH 4:

Row 1: In 1st sp (1 SC, 1DC), 2nd sp (2 DC), 3rd sp (1DC, 1 SC), CH 1, turn.

Row 2: 1 SC, 2 SC in next sp, 2 SC in next sp, 1 SC, Tie off, Hide strings,

With a darning Needle sew the Wings on each side of the body.

Now here is the easy part – Take the orange felt and cut out a small triangle for the beak and hot glue gun into place, then hot glue gun on the eyes, Take your ribbon and tie a bow around the neck. I hot glued my ribbon down so it won’t come apart.

 

Happy Easter!

 

About The Author

Esther Leavitt is a pattern designer and craft editor for Craftown.com.  About herself she says "Crafts are a way for me to unwind but at the same time keep my hands busy so I don't go crazy."  She is also the owner and proprietor of Crafts by Starlight