How To Crochet Easter Chicks Garland Pattern

How to Crochet Easter Chicks Garland

Brighten up your Easter celebrations with this charming Crochet Easter Chick Garland! This delightful handmade decoration brings a burst of spring cheer with its adorable chicks, artfully crafted to add a heartwarming touch to any space. It’s a delightful way to bring the joy of Easter into your home, as each little chick symbolizes the season of renewal and happiness. With their cute little faces and soft, vibrant hues, they’re sure to be a hit with family and guests alike and add a perfect pop of color to your festive decor!

Crochet Easter Chicks Garland

Easter Chicks Garland


  • Worsted weight (4) yarn in white (~40 yards), yellow (~20 yards), and a small amount of orange for the beak
  • Black crochet thread for the eyes
  • Yarn or twine for the garland string
  • Size G/6 (4.25mm) crochet hook
  • Polyfil or other stuffing material
  • Scissors and yarn needle

Finished Size:

  • Each chick/egg is about 6.5 inches tall and 4.75 inches wide
  • The finished garland is approximately 70 inches long


  • 8 sc x 8 rows = 2” square

Stitch Abbreviations:

  • ch: chain
  • dec: decrease
  • inc: increase
  • sc: single crochet
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • st: stitch

Pattern Notes:

  • Chicks are made from two flat panels joined with single crochet and lightly stuffed
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch
  • Written in US terms

Chick Panel (make 2 per chick):

  • Row 1: ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch across, ch 1, turn (5 sc)
  • Row 2: [Inc in first st] twice, sc 1, [Inc in next st] twice, ch 1, turn (9 sc)
  • … (Continue as per pattern, creating the chick shape, then color switch to yellow, and finally back to white)

Face Details:


  • Ch 2, inc in 2nd ch, ch 1, turn, sc 1, inc, fasten off with a long tail to sew onto the chick.


  • Use black thread to embroider eyes onto the front chick panel.


  • Align two panels with wrong sides together.
  • Single crochet around the edges, switching colors as needed.
  • Lightly stuff before closing.


  • String chicks onto yarn or twine, or create a crochet chain of 270 stitches to hang the chicks on.

Repeat the process for as many chicks as you want on your garland. Usually, 5 chicks are made for a 6-foot garland.


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