Amigurumi Easy Easter Chick Free Crochet Pattern

Hop into the joy of Easter with our delightful creation, the Amigurumi Easy Easter Chick! If you’re a fan of cute and festive crochet projects, you’re in for an egg-citing treat. This easy-to-craft Easter chick is not just a project; it’s a symbol of springtime and celebration. Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or just starting, our free pattern provides simple instructions to bring this adorable chick to life.

Our Amigurumi Easy Easter Chick crochet pattern is designed to be accessible for creators of all skill levels, ensuring a fun and enjoyable experience. With step-by-step instructions and accompanying images, crafting your own Easter chick has never been more delightful.


Body yarn – Alize Softy

Yarn for paws and beak – Novelty for children

Eyes between 9-10 rows, at a distance of 6sc. .


AR – Amigurumi Magic ring

MR – Amigurumi Magic ring

sc : Single Crochet

inc : Increase

dec : Decrease

tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet

st: Stitch

dc : Double Crochet

hdc: Half Double Crochet

sl-st or Slst: Slip Stitch

ch : Chain

tch: Turnin chain crochet : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).

FLO : Crochet into front loops only

BLO : Crochet into back loops only


1) 6 in MR

2) 6 inc (12sc)

3) 1sc, inc *6 (18sc)

4) 2sc, inc *6 (24sc)

5) 24sc

6) 3sc, inc *6 (30sc)

7) – 10) 30sc

11) 3sc, dec *6 (24sc)

12) 3sc, 4 dec, 13sc (20sc)

13) – 14) 20sc

15) 2sc, dec *5 (15sc)

16) 3sc, dec *3 (12sc)

Stuff the body, leave the thread for sewing


1) 8sc in MR

2) 8inc (16sc)

3) 1sc, inc *8 (24sc)

4) 24sc

5) 3sc, inc *6 (30sc)

6) 30sc

7) 4sc, inc *6 (36sc)

8) – 9) 36sc

10) 5sc, inc *6 (42sc)

11) – 13) 42sc

14) 5sc, dec *6 (36sc)

15) 4sc, dec *6 (30sc)

16) 3sc, dec *6 (24sc)


17) dec * 12 (12sc)


1) 6sc in MR

2) 1sc, inc *3 (9sc)

3) 9sc

4) 2sc, inc *3 (12sc)

5) 12sc

We stuff in the process of sewing to the head.


Make a chain of 9ch, in the second loop from the hook, 3sc in each loop. You can link the number of details as much as you think is necessary) Two were enough for my head.

The tail can be tied in the same way.

Legs (Part #1)

1) Make 8ch, close in a ring and knit in a circle 13 rows. At the end, we knit, fold in half and knit for both sides. Leave the thread for sewing. We fill the detail.

Part #2

1) 6sc in MR

2) – 3) 6sc.

We cut the thread. We knit three parts in this way.

At the third part, we do not cut the thread, we continue to knit.

We connect all three parts together.

In total it will turn out 18sc.

5) 18sc

6) dec, 7sc, dec, 7sc – 16sc

7) 16sc

8) dec, 6sc, dec, 6sc – 14sc

9) 14sc

10) dec, 5sc, dec, 5sc – 12sc

11) 12sc fill the detail.

12) 6 dec. We tighten the hole, hide the thread.


1) 4hdc in MR, do not close the ring, 1ch, turn the work

2) 1hdc, (inc in hdc) *3, 1ch, turn work

3) 2hdc, inc, 1hdc, (inc) *2, 1hdc, 1ch, turn

4) 2hdc, (inc, 1hdc) *3, 2hdc. Fasten the thread, cut

I marked the beginning of each row with a marker so as not to get lost))

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