Chicken Sweater Crochet Patterns

Winter isn’t hard only on people. Animals and birds suffer as well from the cold weather, some just migrate to other countries in order to find the climate comfort they need. When this isn’t possible, as responsible human beings there is something you could do: make clothes! The DIY sweaters for chickens are a great and useful idea you can implement right away.

Chicken Sweaters in an ebook! This is one of my best sellers, and I wanted to put them together in an ebook for your convenience… More details HERE….

 

 

This ebook includes the “Flouncy” which is an intermediate design, and the “Schoolgirl” Chicken Sweater which is an easy pattern. More details HERE….

 

 

This is a Camo chicken sweater with Juniper wood buttons that will keep your fluffy butt friends warm during the cold winter days. This sweater can also double as a hen saddle to protect your hen from those unruly roosters. Check it out HERE…

Find it HERE…


Social

3 Responses to “Chicken Sweater Crochet Patterns”

  1. Lisa Steele says:

    This is a terrible idea. Chickens don’t need sweaters to stay warm. Like wild birds (who also don’t have sweaters!), chickens fluff their feathers to trap warm air next to their bodies. Also, chickens sleep in nice dry, draft-free coops at night. Please don’t perpetuate the idea of chicken sweaters…

  2. Liz says:

    This is extremely bad for chickens, and irresponsible of you to spread the idea that birds need sweaters.
    I’ve seen this posted in several Facebook groups with many people showing interest in making these for their chickens, which horrified me. The result will be suffering chickens. If you cover their feathers they can’t fluff them up to insulate themselves. When they moult and the feathers grow back it can be very painful for them to be touched. The only circumstance a sweater might be helpful is in a rescue bird who has lost its feathers through injury or neglect – clearly not like the chicken in your advert. I have rescue chickens and have been given this advice through the rescue organusation. Consult an expert yourself if you don’t believe me.
    Please consider the suffering you may cause with this publication and remove it – better still inform people of the truth.

  3. s. l. zarecki says:

    how does a person get printed versions of your patterns in a regular boo?

Leave a Reply

© 2018 Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine. All rights reserved.