A Buff in the Box – Felt Chicken Ornament Pattern

nesting chickenThis little felt chicken ornament was inspired by our own Buff Orpington chickens. Often when we check for eggs, there’s a Buff in the Box – that is a Buff in the nesting box getting settling to lay an egg. We have 12 chickens, six nesting boxes, and they all like to use the same box. If you try to check under her for eggs she’ll repay your interruption with a cluck and a peck.

Felt Chicken Ornament Pattern

Click here to download the free felt chicken pattern.If you make one of these little girls, please comment with a link to a picture!

Free Felt Chicken Ornament Pattern

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13 Responses to A Buff in the Box – Felt Chicken Ornament Pattern

  1. JiNX says:

    Thanks for the pattern! It’s really cute! I’m teaching German to 6th graders and decided to make little felt animals for our lesson on animals. So I used your pattern to make der Hahn. 🙂


  2. tammy says:

    Your patterns are so cute… My daughter and I are hoping to sew a few of these during our home school study of North America wildlife… THANK YOU so much for sharing so freely 😀

  3. Paul says:

    Thanks for the pattern, I used your pattern with my children…

  4. Julie says:

    Thank you for sharing this pattern! We just got our first chickens this year and I wanted to to commemorate it with an ornament. I posted pictures of it on my blog here: http://www.fraisesettartines.com/2012/11/felt-chicken-ornament.html Thanks again!

  5. Marion says:

    Thank you for the pattern. I’m making a quiet book for my Grandaughter and she loves chooks.

  6. Lisa says:

    Thanks for the pattern – I’m going to use it for the chicken page I’m doing in a Farm quiet book swap!

  7. Marcia says:

    I live in Neenah, Wisconsin USA population 25,000, The church secretary loves chickens. Tried urban chicken raising. Too much racket for the neighbors. This pin will be for her. Love your designs. I have a friend in Australia. We are related from long ago ancestors in Scotland.

  8. Pauline says:

    Thank you for sharing this adorable chicken pattern – I am a lover of all things chicken and these are so sweet.

  9. I like your chickens and Im interested in any felt farm animals if you have some.

  10. Lynette says:

    Thank you for the pattern, my daughter loves chickens and I think one of these cute little ladies would look lovely on her tree. have a Merry Christmas.

  11. Patty says:

    Loved this pattern! Probably too ambitious for my first project but I had such a great time. Thank you so much! My mother loves them!!


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