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Chicken or the egg : the 19 amigurumis of my Easter decoration

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

I guess it’s officially becoming a tradition now, after HalloweenChristmas and now Easter : my desk decoration changes according to the seasons :) 

I have to say my timing was very short this time, as some of my hens still looked like this on Sunday : 

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

But let me show you my henhouse now, will you ? :)

1. Hen and Mega Hen

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

I totally fell in love with those colorful ladies designed by De Estraperlo. Proof is : I made two ! And it’s extremely rare for me to follow twice the same pattern (especially within the same month) ! They are absolutely perfect to use your scarp yarn (and to practise invisible color changes :p). Plus, they will make you smile as soon as you catch their crazy eyes ! :) By the way, I also made Karl Toffeln from the same designer, and I love him just as much !

Pattern: The Hen Sister by De Estraperlo (in English and Spanish)

 2. Mini Hen and her basket

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

As I was into it, I figured I would also try this hen by a French designer I really like : Little inspiring soul. She makes really lovely things, and started to write her pattern in English too !

As I don’t know how to felt, I made crocheted eyes. Plus, I didn’t really have any embellishments to put on her Belly, so I decided to create a little basket for her to be comfy while brooding. 

Pattern : Cocotte par Little inspiring Soul (in French for now)

3.Easter superheroes

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

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I think I don’t need to make the introductions here, you already know these Easter superheroes, right? I made them last Easter, and of course, they came back this year to protect me against evil Easter bells again :p 

Pattern(s) : Avengers set / DC Comics set (in English and French)

By the way, on this special occasion, you can get both set as a bundle at a 25% discount price by clicking the image below :)

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4. Future Hen

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

I found that cartoon looking pattern very funny too, but be warned there is no explanation on how to embroider the cracks whatsoever. 

Pattern : Cracked Easter egg par BluerabbitLV 

5. Baby chick

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

Of course, after having made hens and eggs, I had to make a little chick ! So, I found this pattern on a Dutch blog. I don’t speak a word of Dutch, but as it is a pretty simple design, it’s easy to figure out what to do only by looking at the numbers. 

Pattern :  Kuikentje in ei op pootjes par Grietjekarwietje (in Dutch :D)

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In the overall pictures you might also have seen, Paul the toadstool lalylala and a pretty big fox too (probably attracted by the hens) ! I talked about them in previous articles, you can click on the link if you’d like to know them better :) 

Hoping this article gave you some last minutes ideas for your Easter decoration and gifts :)

See you soon !

Easter crochet patterns decoration by ahooka

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10 Responses to Chicken or the egg : the 19 amigurumis of my Easter decoration

  1. I can’t believe how well you do these! I love all your stuff and have bought a few patterns. Keep up the good work, you’re amazing.

    • I mainly use 100% cotton yarn (mainly because that’s what we find the most here in France apart from wool), but I really do like acrylic yarn too (the fox is 100% acrylics)Really depends on the project.

  2. Love that chicken. How do you have room for all your projects in your place. You must have hundreds. I love making stuffed animals. I donate them to charities. There is a limit to how many will fit in the average room.

    • Ahah right? I wonder too :D
      I have a giant laundry basket in which I put the non-seasonal amigurumis (like Santa) waiting for their time to come. I also give a lot of them, and… They also invade pretty much each and every room of the house :D

    • Thank you Cynthia ! I’m always a bit frustrated with my posts in English because as it’s not my native language, it’s very difficult for me to add some kind of humor in the text ! So I’m really glad I could make you smile this time :D

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