Chicken Cozy Pattern

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Chicken Cozy Pattern Pattern


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Quilting: Chicken Cozy Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Should be a Confident Sewer
  • Comfortable with sewing bias tape

Pattern Description:

Introducing the Chicken Cozy Coop! Styled after the famous 'tea cozy', this 'cozy' has lots of uses! Use it as a tea cozy, muffin cozy, cookie cozy, egg cozy... really anything that you want cozy! Use the Chicken Hatch door to get to the goods! Love It!

This listing is for an ELECTRONIC PDF FILE only. The PDF contains the tutorial and sewing intructions to make the Chicken Cozy Coop. Complete step by step, easy to read instructions with color photos and pattern are included. Finished chicken measurments (flat) are 15.5" long and 11.5" tall to top of head, 8.5" tall at center.

Fits best over oval shaped bowl of goodies.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • chicken measurments (flat): 15.5" long and 11.5" tall to top of head, 8.5" tall at center,


  • 4 fat quarters OR 1 yard fabric (total)
  • fusable interfacing
  • fusable fleece
  • 2 buttons
  • bias tape
  • felt - assorted colors

You Will Also Need:

  • basic notions
  • sewing machine
  • rotary cutter and mat
  • freezer paper (optional) to transfer pattern

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sherri Noel
East Coast, Massachusetts
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I have been sewing for most of my life. Lucky for me, my mother owned a sewing machine and I started altering my own clothes as a teenager. When I graduated, my parents bought me my own sewing machine and I caught the quilting 'bug'. With two very talented grandmothers before me who held such talents as knitting, sewing and painting, as well as grandfathers who were master craftsmen it's no ...

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