Chicken Knitting Patterns
A good Chicken knitting pattern can't be beat among projects that are fun to make, colorful and just plain cool to look at. There is a wide discrepancy in the type of free patterns to be found on the internet - some are extremely simple while others represent a real challenge even to experienced knitters. Regardless of the pattern or project selected one thing just about every chicken knitting pattern embodies is a warmth and welcoming feel that is a valuable addition to any space in the home where it may be displayed. Take a few minutes to examine the free chicken knitting patterns listed below, and odds are you'll discover a pretty pattern that is just perfect for your style.
Cheeky Chicken - A wonderful Chicken knitting pattern for beginners, it's little more than making a few squares and can be made with small bits of scrap yarn. This pattern can be seen at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cheeky-chicken
Simple Chicken - Another amazingly simple Chicken knitting pattern that starts with a square that is manipulated into shape and quickly finished off, available at http://forrestdweller.blogspot.com/2011/03/chicken-pattern.html
Chicken and Nest - One of the cutest and most colorful Chicken patterns around, it features two little yellows chicks sitting in a shapely nest. This great pattern is available at http://crazydaisy60.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/chick-and-nest-pattern-this-pattern-is.html
Easter Chicken - Made with either Merino or brushed Mohair yarn this features a little yellow chick with a bright orange bill and can be made quickly without any issues, available at http://www.naturalsuburbia.com/2011/02/mamma4earth-easter-chicken-knitting.html
Mama Hen - A very colorful and shapely Mama Chicken with her chick, this is not a very difficult pattern and can afford the opportunity to experiment with various colors. This fun knitting pattern can be seen at http://knittedtoybox.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/mama-hen.html
Rooster - A free Ravelry download, this pattern is not really difficult but rather more labor intensive in that there are a number of pieces that either need to be knitted on to the body or sewn on. All in all, this is well worth the effort, available at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rooster