A group of small crocheted ducks in different colors.

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Pepp, peep? No! Quack, quack!

So, we all know little chicks are the norm for Easter, alongside eggs, bunnies and lambs. However, why not spruce up your Easter decorations with some other, equally fun and attractive themes. It’s time to make a small duck that’s perfect for Easter. Indeed, little ducklings are also a  sign of spring and they’re so fun to see waddling behind their mom on the way to the pond or to snag some food. Moreover, these projects are great fun and are also easy enough to snag beginners, such as for example your kids. Without a doubt, it will be a great lesson for them to make their own toys which will then be cherished stuffies.

20 minute Duck Amigurumi

To begin with, this small duck amigurumi is an absolute joy to make. Moreover, as you can see, there is no limit in terms of color. So, whatever yarn odds and ends you have, they’ll be perfect.

 

20 minute duck

Go to the free pattern: 20 Minute Duck Amigurumi

More info about project photographed here.

If It Looks Like a Duck

If this small duck looks like a duck, quacks like one and floats like one, it’s definitely got to be a chicken, right? Of course, there is no reason why you can’t turn this pattern into little chickens as well.

If It Looks Like a Duck

Go to the free pattern: If It Looks Like a Duck

Malcolm the Mallard

Next, Malcom the mallard is a small duck with very natural hues. I think that this is a wonderful pattern that will be a treasured Easter decoration.

malcolm the mallard scaled

Go to the free pattern: Malcolm the Mallard

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2 Comments

  1. The counts are wrong one this pattern tut all’s fine to round 9, then next row count is 13, you have 9sts to get 13 sts into: inc in 1 st (1st), sc in nxt 5 (6sts), inc (7sts), sc nxt 3 sts (10 sts total). so is the count 10 or 13???? Or am I going crazy ripping out sts and reworking accordingly???? 20 mins has turned into an hour. Help, pls.

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