The Crochet Chick Egg: A Fun and Easy Project

Three Crochet Chick Eggs in yellow, off white, and grey stand in a row, blurred items in the background.

The Crochet Chick Egg is an adorable project that is perfect for beginners. It’s quick to make, and it gives you a chance to use up scrap yarn and practice your embroidery skills. Not only will you enjoy making one, but you’ll also have a great gift idea to spread some crochet kindness in the world. Kids of all ages will love these cute little chicks!

The Inspiration

Crochet Animal Eggs stand in a row, a bunny, two chicks, another bunny, and a fox.

After making the Crochet Bunny Eggs, I couldn’t help but think about all the fun animals that could be turned into little crochet eggs. That’s when the idea for the Crochet Chick Egg was born. I have so many ideas for more animals lined up, and I can’t wait to share them with you. These little crochet eggs are the perfect quick project and a wonderful way to use up scrap yarn you might have lying around.

The Yarn

Three Crochet Chick Eggs sit in small bowls with yarn of various colors in the background.

For the Crochet Chick Egg, I used Yarnspirations Caron Simply Soft. It’s a well-known and widely available worsted weight, size 4, acrylic yarn. What I love most about this yarn is the wide selection of colors and styles it offers. From solids to heathers, tweeds, ombres, brites, stripes, paints, speckles, and more, you’ll find the perfect color for your project. It’s soft, easy to care for, and a pleasure to work with. However, feel free to use any brand of yellow scrap yarn you have in your stash.

The Pattern

Crochet Chick Eggs in yellow, off white, and grey sit on a light blue plate with crochet paraphernalia all around them.

The Crochet Chick Egg pattern is suitable for advanced beginners. You’ll need a few materials, including a crochet hook, stitch marker, scissors, stuffing, pins, tapestry needle, safety eyes, and embroidery floss in black, orange, and pink. The pattern is written in US crochet terminology and is worked in continuous rounds. It includes detailed instructions, helpful tips, and design notes to aid in construction.

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You can find the complete pattern for the Crochet Chick Egg here.


Three Crochet Chick Eggs with their wings pinned on showing various placements, outstretched and angled flat against the body.

Once you’ve completed all the pieces, it’s time to assemble your Crochet Chick Egg. Pin all the pieces together to determine the desired placement for the wings, tuft of hair (optional), and cheeks (optional). Then, stitch everything securely into place. I’ve provided some general placement and stitching suggestions in the pattern to help you achieve the desired look.


Q: Can I use a different type of yarn for the Crochet Chick Egg?
A: Yes, any brand of worsted weight acrylic yarn should work well for this project. Just make sure that the thickness of the yarn you choose is similar to Caron Simply Soft to ensure consistency in stitching. If you prefer, you can also use a worsted cotton yarn.

Q: Can I make the Crochet Chick Egg in a different size?
A: The pattern has not been tested using other sizes of yarn, but it should work well if you adjust the hook size according to the yarn weight you choose.

Q: Can I add my own personal touches to the Crochet Chick Egg?
A: Absolutely! Feel free to get creative and add your own unique touches to the chick’s features. You can experiment with different colors, embroidery styles, and even add a tuft of hair or cheeks for extra cuteness.


The Crochet Chick Egg is a fun and easy project that allows you to create adorable little chicks using scrap yarn. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, you’ll enjoy making these cute little eggs. They make great gifts and are perfect for spreading some crochet kindness. So grab your crochet hook and start making your own Crochet Chick Egg today!

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