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Baby Chicken Chelsea the Chick Baby Lovey Crochet Pattern

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PLEASE NOTE: This listing is for an instant digital download of a crochet pattern. There is no finished product and nothing will be mailed to you. Also, refunds are not allowed for this listing.

This document contains an original pattern created by Homebound & Hooked, which may not be copied, resold or transferred to third parties in whole or in part. You are free to sell your finished product! Thank you for your respect and understanding!

Please do not share this pattern on social media. You are always welcome to share your finished product on social media. Please tag me. I am eager to see the results! All social media links are on the last page of these instructions.

Chelsea the Chick Baby Lovey

This is a pattern for Chelsea who happens to be a baby lovey. She has hatched just in time for Easter. She can't wait to be created so that she can snuggle the little one that stole your heart!


Pattern Specifications:
Your purchase of this digital crochet pattern will include instructions on the beak, head, bow, hair, wings, daisy granny squares and border.

This pattern is written using American terminology.

The stuffie is worked in continuous rounds, but the granny squares are not. If this product is made using the materials listed on the right, the chick will be .

Upon using the same yarn and hook size that are mentioned in the materials list, your resulting piece should have the following approximate maesurements: the size of your stuffie should be approximately 3.5" tall, 3.5" from beak to back of the head and 7" from tip of left wing to tip of right wing. The size of the blanket is 12"L x 12" W. This is including three rows for the border. Each complete granny square is 2.5"L x 2.5"W. The biased edge is 3" on the side that will face the border.

Skill Level:
These instructions are for an intermedieate level crochet pattern with the assumption that you are already familiar with all of the crochet terms listed in the 'abbreviations' section. It has also been designed with the assumption that you have prior experience making crochet and amigurumi products. With that being said, I am more than happy to answer and assist with any questions!

Material Needed:
3.5mm crochet hook
Darning needle
Stitch markers
Polyfill stuffing
Black crochet thread

Yarn Specifications:
Any #3 or #4 weight yarn will work. Acrylic and cotton work best for the stuffie, but using wool in the blanket is acceptable.

You may use any colors you would like, but keep in mind, I have coordinated the instructions based on the colors that I used.

I used Paintbox yarns simply DK in the colors listed below. You will need less than one skein (< 100 g) for each of the following colors:
Yellow = daffodil yellow (#121)
Blue = washed teal (#132)
White = paper white (#100)
Orange = blood orange (#191)
orange was only used for the beak, so you may only need 1-2if you are planning on replicating the colors that I used.

You can order this product directly from homeboundandhooked.com and receive a 10% discount. No promo code required.

Happy Hooking!

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4 out of 5 stars

The shop owner responded to my question right away and was friendly. The pattern does need more explanation in the area of the granny squares, in my opinion. I did find it easier to crochet some of the stuffed animal without it being full of stuffing while crocheting and had no issues with wrinkling or it being misshapen. I chose to make different granny squares and added a lace edging. I’ll add a photo. Overall, I think it’s a nice project.

Kristyn Campbell Nov 5, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

The pattern was clear and very easy to understand! I am in love with how my project turned out!

Jessica Aug 11, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

This turned out so cute! I was able to pick a different color than listed and it’s a wonderful addition to my son’s nursery.

Mycah Hildebrand Oct 21, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

The pattern was easy to follow and made a super cute turtle.

Amanda Beattie Aug 10, 2022