White Fluffy Chick Easter Pattern

White Fluffy Chick Easter Pattern

This knitting pattern shows you how to knit a little fluffy white chicken using powder puff or similar fashion yarn. This chick measure 6 inches.

What you need

Size 6 Us (8UK) (4 mm) needles
50 grams of white powder puff baby wool
25 grams of white feather soft baby wool
Small amount of orange felt.
Toy Filling/wadding


Fluffy Chick Pattern

Begin with the bottom of the body – cast on 13 stitches.

1) knit into the back of every stitch

2) knit twice into every stitch (26 stitches)

3) knit

4) knit

5)(knit 2 knit twice into the next stitch) to the end ( 34 stitches)

6) knit

7)( knit 2 knit twice into the next 2 stitches) to the end (50 stitches)

8) knit

9) knit

10) knit

11) knit

12)( knit 2 knit 2 together twice) to the end (34 stitches)

13) knit

14) knit

15) knit

16) knit

17)( knit 2 knit 2 together) to the end (26 stitches)

18) knit

19) knit

20) knit

21) knit

22) this row is the start of the head – drop the feather soft yarn and continue in powder puff   Knit 14 rows

35) (knit 2 knit 2 together ) to the end

36) knit

37) (knit 2 together) to the end

38) ( knit 2 together) to the end

Thread yarn through the remaining stitches draw up and secure

Stitch the head seam and down the back leave a gap at the bottom once you have filled him stitch the bottom closed.then run a stitch around the neck and gather slightly.

Wings (make 2)

Use the 2 strands as you did for the body – cast on 4 stitches

Knit 12 rows

Knit 2 together knit 2

Knit 2 together knit 1

Knit 2 together

Thread the yarn through the remaining stitch and secure

Stitch your wings into place.

Cut out your felt pieces

Cut 2 pieces for the feet, and 2 pieces for the beak.

Stitch the two pieces together with a blanket stitch ( use thread not wool)

Stitch your beak in place then stitch your eyes on with black wool , glue or stitch your feet on

Well done.


  1. what is that cut out piece on the far right? It’s not even mentioned in the instructions

What do you think of this project? Let us know!