For some time I’ve been thinking my crochet robin needed a feathery friend, plus one of my children pointed out this Easter that none of the chicks on cards and decorations looked like the chicks we see in real life, which are mallard ducklings.
So here they are!
These mallard ducklings are characterised by their handsome gold and chocolate colouring, and super-cool Zoro-style masks!
The pattern can be used to make single-colour ducklings too – the kind that might grow up into a white duck.
You don’t need to source special fluffy yarn (although you can if you want to, such as mohair or angora). Use an ordinary DK wool yarn, and fluff it up afterwards with a simple trick explained in the pattern. This allows you to choose from the widest possible range of yarns and colours – I always try to avoid specifying niche yarns or materials to make my patterns as accessible as possible!
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The pattern includes optional feet, by the way – I have somehow managed to miss them out of all the pictures!
Duckling Crochet Pattern Links
Follow one of the links below for more details about the duckling pattern and an instant pattern download on your preferred platform:
- Duckling Crochet Patterns on Etsy
- Duckling Crochet Patterns on LoveCrafts
- Duckling Crochet Patterns on Ravelry
Duckling Crochet Kit
The duckling pattern is also available as a complete, eco-friendly kit containing everything you need:
The kit contains the pattern, gorgeous organically-farmed merino wool, natural wool stuffing and all the tools and notions you need to create one duckling. It makes a beautiful gift for anyone crafty.
You can also find the duckling kit on Etsy.
See my blog specifically about my Duckling Crochet Kit.
The duckling kit is just one of my range of eco-friendly crochet kits.