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Plushie – Splat Chicken

What you need

Yellow felt
Scraps of orange, red,white and black for the face features and feet.
toy filling/wadding
12 inch when finished




Instructions

This Easter plushie pattern shows you how to make a splat style Easter chicken. You can make him larger and create a cushion for a fun Easter themed gift.

Use the pattern below to create your Easter Chicken.

patterns/Images should print flush on an A4 sized paper.

Pattern 1

 

 

I used felt for this project,  Use double thickness for the wings,

Stitch the two pieces together around the edges.

Use double thickness for the feet . Sew around the edges . The beak is single felt.

The wattle is double felt , sew around the edge with a blanket stitch by hand Take the body pieces and sew them together remember to stitch the wings in place as you go, but leave a gap for filling I left my gap behind one of the wings.

 Sew on your feet

Sew your two eye pieces together ( black in white )

Sew your face pieces in place , and you are finished.

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Sewing Crafts ---- sewing-craftsEaster ---- kids-crafts-easter

Plushie – Splat Chicken

What you need

Yellow felt
Scraps of orange, red,white and black for the face features and feet.
toy filling/wadding
12 inch when finished




Instructions

This Easter plushie pattern shows you how to make a splat style Easter chicken. You can make him larger and create a cushion for a fun Easter themed gift.

Use the pattern below to create your Easter Chicken.

patterns/Images should print flush on an A4 sized paper.

Pattern 1

 

 

I used felt for this project,  Use double thickness for the wings,

Stitch the two pieces together around the edges.

Use double thickness for the feet . Sew around the edges . The beak is single felt.

The wattle is double felt , sew around the edge with a blanket stitch by hand Take the body pieces and sew them together remember to stitch the wings in place as you go, but leave a gap for filling I left my gap behind one of the wings.

 Sew on your feet

Sew your two eye pieces together ( black in white )

Sew your face pieces in place , and you are finished.

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Sewing Crafts ---- sewing-craftsEaster ---- kids-crafts-easter

Plushie – Splat Chicken

What you need

Yellow felt
Scraps of orange, red,white and black for the face features and feet.
toy filling/wadding
12 inch when finished




Instructions

This Easter plushie pattern shows you how to make a splat style Easter chicken. You can make him larger and create a cushion for a fun Easter themed gift.

Use the pattern below to create your Easter Chicken.

patterns/Images should print flush on an A4 sized paper.

Pattern 1

 

 

I used felt for this project,  Use double thickness for the wings,

Stitch the two pieces together around the edges.

Use double thickness for the feet . Sew around the edges . The beak is single felt.

The wattle is double felt , sew around the edge with a blanket stitch by hand Take the body pieces and sew them together remember to stitch the wings in place as you go, but leave a gap for filling I left my gap behind one of the wings.

 Sew on your feet

Sew your two eye pieces together ( black in white )

Sew your face pieces in place , and you are finished.

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Sewing Crafts ---- sewing-craftsEaster ---- kids-crafts-easter

Plushie – Splat Chicken

What you need

Yellow felt
Scraps of orange, red,white and black for the face features and feet.
toy filling/wadding
12 inch when finished




Instructions

This Easter plushie pattern shows you how to make a splat style Easter chicken. You can make him larger and create a cushion for a fun Easter themed gift.

Use the pattern below to create your Easter Chicken.

patterns/Images should print flush on an A4 sized paper.

Pattern 1

 

 

I used felt for this project,  Use double thickness for the wings,

Stitch the two pieces together around the edges.

Use double thickness for the feet . Sew around the edges . The beak is single felt.

The wattle is double felt , sew around the edge with a blanket stitch by hand Take the body pieces and sew them together remember to stitch the wings in place as you go, but leave a gap for filling I left my gap behind one of the wings.

 Sew on your feet

Sew your two eye pieces together ( black in white )

Sew your face pieces in place , and you are finished.

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Plushie – Splat Chicken

Sewing Crafts ---- sewing-craftsEaster ---- kids-crafts-easter

Plushie – Splat Chicken

What you need

Yellow felt
Scraps of orange, red,white and black for the face features and feet.
toy filling/wadding
12 inch when finished




Instructions

This Easter plushie pattern shows you how to make a splat style Easter chicken. You can make him larger and create a cushion for a fun Easter themed gift.

Use the pattern below to create your Easter Chicken.

patterns/Images should print flush on an A4 sized paper.

Pattern 1

 

 

I used felt for this project,  Use double thickness for the wings,

Stitch the two pieces together around the edges.

Use double thickness for the feet . Sew around the edges . The beak is single felt.

The wattle is double felt , sew around the edge with a blanket stitch by hand Take the body pieces and sew them together remember to stitch the wings in place as you go, but leave a gap for filling I left my gap behind one of the wings.

 Sew on your feet

Sew your two eye pieces together ( black in white )

Sew your face pieces in place , and you are finished.

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Comments

  1. Chickens can be made to have hilarious expressions and this one is definitely a winner! I want to try it with polar fleece if I can find the colors.

  2. That’s SO CUTE I’m gonna try that! I’ll have to go pick up some felt!

  3. this is so cute!

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