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Chicken Pillow Pattern {a little giveaway}

It has been so long since I hosted a giveaway, so now I am having a small one for my newest pattern. Do you want to crochet the Chicken Pillow I showed you the other day? Then just follow the rule and win the pattern.

There is just one rule to participate:

Pin the picture of this pillow to Pinterest (pin the picture from anywhere on my blog OR from Ravelry OR from Etsy) and leave a comment below with the link of your pin. 

So there is just one simple rule to win and be sure that I can contact you via email or on Ravelry.

 Ps.: you don't have to be my follower to enter :)

I will announce the winner on Saturday.

Wish you happy playing!

*** The giveaway has been closed. ***
You can reach the pattern in my stores:


  1. I pinned your darling pattern here,

    Also I'm doing a little post about & your giveaway that will run on Just Crafty Enough tomorrow.

  2. Pinned on Pinterest

  3. Done!!! On my Crochet Board : !!!!
    Thank you, xxxx Ale

  4. pinned

  5. gespeld hier
    Vind hem echt super.

  6. Super cute!! Would love this pattern :)

  7. I would love to win your pillow pattern so I can make my adorable niece this adorable pillow!

  8. I pinned - it is ever so cute! i am sure my son would love me to make him one

  9. This is such a cute pillow, even my 15yo likes it.

  10. I pinned it on my Easter board:
    I'm rdejam on Ravelry.
    It is too cute for words.

  11. This is so cute..
    I pinned it in Crochet I want to do...

  12. This is the cutest thing!
    Jillian - PS, if you have a moment, I would love invite you to check out the giveaway we're hosting for a $50.00 giftcard to Shabby Apple!


    I am amandacake on Ravelry.


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