Hello chick

So the same person who inspired me to make my own pom pom bunnies, has also gave instructions on how to make a pom pom chick: https://ourlittleredhouseblog.com/2020/03/21/diy-pom-pom-chicks/

Here is my pom pom chick.

Pom pom chick in yellow colour wool

And my pom pom chick next to my pom pom bunnies I made earlier in the week.

Pom pom bunnies and pom pom chick

 

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16 thoughts on “Hello chick

    1. Thank you for your comment. Yes, they be nice in Easter baskets.
      Seasonal gnomes using socks sounds interesting that your mum does.

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    1. Thank you. Those blue roses are fake which where I voluteer, they let me have and I recycled a jam jar for them. Inside the jam jar, I have glass stones for decorative purposes. People have certainly admired them, that have seen them.

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      1. I just love that blue. They caught my eye instantly and they said I could have them, or any others I wanted. But I am happy with these.
        My neighbour, when he first seen them last month he thought they were real. They are catching his eye everytime since.

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    1. Thank you. The last time and only time I made one was when I was at infants school. I can’t remember what I made, but I can remember the colour of the wool. Was kinda blue with soeckled purple bits.

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