Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern
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Say! Little Hen

Peckish (the little hen) | PDF Knitting Pattern



Please note: This pattern comes in digital form. After the purchase is complete you'll be automatically emailed the PDF file/s to download.

Peckish is a happy little hen. Place her on your desk or arrange her in a vignette on your favourite shelf with your house plants and other treasures.
Peckish is simple to knit, with fun stranded colourwork and a cosy round shape.

You'll find supply kits for Peckish here.

Peckish (the little hen) is worked flat on two needles. Instructions for the colour work include written instructions for the borders and a chart for the hearts - instructions & tips are given for first-time colourwork knitters.

If you're new to stranded knitting, this pattern is suitable for first-time colourwork knitters. Other techniques include basic shaping.

 

Colours given are those used in the sample. Feel free to get creative with your own colour choices to match in with your home decorating scheme - or choose one of our kits!

KPC Novomerino DK 50g ball 
1 x ball in Ivory (yarn A)
1 x ball in Navy (yarn B)
5g in Flame (yarn C)
5g in Beehive (yarn D)


Oddment of 4ply yarn, approx. 60cm.
Note: The eyes are worked in 4ply yarn. The drop in yarn weight makes embroidering the eyes easier. You could also use 3-6 strands of embroidery floss.

The yarn quantities given are enough to knit at least 2 chickens.

Skill Level

Peckish (the little hen) is worked flat on two needles. Instructions for the colour work include written instructions for the borders and a chart for the hearts - instructions & tips are given for first-time colourwork knitters.

If you're new to stranded knitting, this pattern is suitable for first-time colourwork knitters. Other techniques include basic shaping.

 

Needles

Yarn

Colours given are those used in the sample. Feel free to get creative with your own colour choices to match in with your home decorating scheme - or choose one of our kits!

KPC Novomerino DK 50g ball 
1 x ball in Ivory (yarn A)
1 x ball in Navy (yarn B)
5g in Flame (yarn C)
5g in Beehive (yarn D)


Oddment of 4ply yarn, approx. 60cm.
Note: The eyes are worked in 4ply yarn. The drop in yarn weight makes embroidering the eyes easier. You could also use 3-6 strands of embroidery floss.

The yarn quantities given are enough to knit at least 2 chickens.