Baby Chick Amigurumi Pattern

Baby Chick Amigurumi Pattern
Remember Jenny And Teddy Etsy shop that I mentioned in my How-To Amigurumi tutorial? Jane, the girl behind the shop who sells amigurumi patterns and the finished dolls is here to teach us how to amigurumi a little cutie baby chicky. I heart it when Jane showed me the photo and can’t wait to share this easy pattern that she specially designed for Craft Passion with you. She used light weight acrylic yarn with a matching 1.25mm hook size to make this 3- 3 1/2″ little baby chick. You can always substitute with other yarn and a matching hook size (read here on how to choose a correct hook size for amigurumi).

Jane has a personal blog under the same name “JennyAndTeddy” where she journals the amigurumi tips together with her amigurumi designing journey. You will also find some other cute amigurumi patterns in her personal blog too.

Besides, Jane is so generous that she is going to giveaway one her finished doll : Lady Bug Sofia, designed and made by herself. Be sure to coma back to enter the giveaway draw and win Jane’s cute amigurumi in my next post. The giveaway is open to accept comment now, please enter a comment to stand stand a chance to bring Sofia home before it’s gone.

Baby Chick Amigurumi Pattern

{CLICK HERE to get the Baby Chick Amigurumi Pattern.}

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  1. Super lindo!!!! adorable!!!!
    Mil gracias por tan excelente tutorial.
    Me lo llevo traducido al español.
    Besos y optima semana. :) :) :) :) :)

    Translation (by Google):
    Super cute!! adorable!!
    Thanks for the excellent tutorial.
    I’ll take it translated into Spanish.
    Kisses and optimal week.
    :):):):):)

  2. That’s super cute! Thanks for the pattern, I’ll be spreading the word.

  3. Hi.Its so cute…Thanks a lot for the free pattern.I also make one for myself out of this pattern,but i changed it a little,Hope you will like to see my chicken inspired by yours.Here is a Facebook photo link for my chicken. http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.232504506759669.72297.100000003652765&l=f3b0fd1690

  4. What a great chick! Published in his blog, link back to your master class!

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  6. Очень милый цыпленок! Благодарю за подарок Дженни.Спасибо Линдо!

    Translation (by Google):
    Very cute chick! Thank you for your gift Dzhenni.Spasibo Lindo!

  7. Thank you

  8. this is just to adorable-I love it-

  9. this is soooo adorable-I love it-I wonder if I use thread if it’ll be a nice pin for my coat???-May have to try it.Thanks so much for sharing your talent

  10. These are so cute! I featured them at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.

  11. The baby chick was a great success on Easter Sunday. I finished him on Saturday and both my granddaughters want one. Everyone loved him.

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  14. Thanks for this free pattern – I made it in a weekend and I love the result! It actually looks like the one in the picture so that’s brilliant!

    Thanks again

  15. It´s so sweet! and easy to do =D

  16. muito lindo adorei todos vou tentar traduzir para portugues

    Translation (by Google):
    very lovely loved everyone will try to translate Portuguese

  17. Ich bin eifach dem Amigurumi verfallen!
    Bin ständig nach der suche von neuen Muster.
    Nach Ihre Vorlagen klappt es super.
    Meine Frage an Sie :Darf ich meine Figuren weiter verkaufen?
    Freue mich auf eine Antwort auf meine e – mailadresse

    Translation (by Google):
    I am addicted to eifach Amigurumi!
    ‘m Constantly looking after the new pattern.
    After your templates it works great.
    My question to you: Can I sell my figures next?
    Looking forward to an answer to my e – mail address

  18. Lovely. I am going to make this for Easter.

  19. I love this pattern and added a few more steps. First, a loose pompon about 1 inch long for hair. Then I altered the beak like so:

    Magic circle, 6 sc in ring.
    Row 2 — sc in first sc, in next sc work half dbl, dbl, half dbl, sc in next 2 sc, in next sc work half dbl, dbl, half dbl, sc in next sc, finish off leaving a long tail for sewing

    I also added a tail as follows:

    Ch 2; 4 sc in 2nd chain from hook, place marker
    Row 2 : 2 sc in each sc around
    Row 3: sc in each sc around, slip st in next sc, finish off leaving a long tail for sewing.

    I really enjoyed making these for my grand kids and hope the author does not mind my humble suggestions!

  20. I posted a picture on my site on the crochet board but I am new to Pinterest and don’t know how to post it with this comment!

  21. Is it possible to show how to make Mushrooms using crochet?

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