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Stuffed Chickens: Hen & Rooster Patterns


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Chickens are such a classic and popular way to decorate for a rustic or country look. I designed this set of cute chickens with that in mind. They can be made in any color so you can make a fun flock of different chickens breeds or even make them to match a specific decor with whimsical fabrics. Great gift idea for the chicken collector or for someone with a country or rustic decor. ***NOTICE: This pattern is copyrighted and for your personal use only. Do not publish or distribute this pattern in any way. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use of sewing machine with the ability to stitch around tight turns and some hand stitching for attaching wings, tail feathers, eyes, and beak. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Hen measures approx. 9 1/2" tall, 7 1/2" long and 4" wide Rooster measures approx. 12 1/2" tall, 11" long (with tail) and 4" wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • Polyfil or other doll stuffing
  • Additional fabric scraps for wings, tail feathers, and rooster head
  • Felt for combs and beaks

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My name is Angela, and I have been crafting since I was a little girl. I learned how to sew, knit, embroider, draw, paint, woodwork, and more. I would create with anything I could get my hands on. Often, raw materials or objects would become the start of project ideas for me. I remember moss from a camping trip becoming a barbie wig, and reeds from the field being woven into a place mat. As my skills grew, I began to design my own projects and patterns to stitch and sew. I entered some of my designs into the county fair and some others into a high school contest and won several ribbons each time. As an adult, my husband suggested that we start a craft site on the internet back in 1998 and AOK Corral was born. I began creating a project / pattern for the website each month. Today we have over 150 projects / patterns available on our website for free and for sale. I still enjoy learning new skills and exploring and designing each new project idea that comes to mind.