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Chicken Pillow

Maybe you have already met with this happy face on my sidebar. Now I am introducing you Mr. Chick. He has been made from soft and warm yarn on a snowy late winter saturday to brighten up someone's day. (And crocheting always makes my day better too J
He was a nameday gift for my adorable little 3-and-a-half-year-old niece Juci. I think she was glad about her new buddy: now they are watching the TV together and spend her naptime with the chick.

So I thought it should be great to share the pattern. It has been tested by the FTP group on Ravelry {See their beautiful cusions here.}
The finished piece is approx. 10"/28 cm wide, so it has ideal measurements for a kid's pillow. The instructions may work with thicker or thiner yarn if you want a jumbo or a tiny chick. 
I recommend this pattern for intermediate crocheters. This is an easy pattern, the feet is a bit tricky, but I am helping you with a step-to-step tutorial. 

If you are interested in, you can get the pattern from Ravelry:


  1. He's so realy cute!
    Have a nice sunday!

  2. great chick!!!
    xxx Ale

  3. Very cute chick!:)

  4. Heehee! How cute is that?! So fun for Easter! I'd be thrilled if you'd link him up at my party, going on all weekend!

  5. Adorable chick! I love the heart nose! I'm pinning this!!!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

  6. Your cute chicken pillow caught my eye at the Mop It Up Monday party. SO ADORABLE!!! :o) Nicely done!

  7. This is adorable!! Such a cute idea. My kids would love something like this. You're very talented.

    I'm visiting from over at "Mop it Up Mondays" and following your blog via Pinterest and GFC. I look forward to seeing more projects. Have a wonderful week!

  8. simple, nice, beautiful. Tina

  9. Me encanta! super gracioso y bonito

  10. OMG Hanni, this is SO adorable!! I love this! Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

  11. Super cute!Love this! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft


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