Seahawks 12th Man Chicken Sweater

I have a friend with a sick rooster who has lost a lot of weight. As a result, he can't spend much time outside because he gets cold. Naturally that means he needs a sweater.

Seahawks 12th Man Chicken Sweater

He wasn't super thrilled with it as it was a bit snug but thankfully my friends with the sick roo also have a few smaller hens, one of which was super excited about her new stylish sweater.

Seahawks 12th Man Chicken Sweater

Here it is off the chicken although the color was way off in this picture which I didn't know until I had already handed it over so I couldn't retake.

Seahawks 12th Man Chicken Sweater

Here's the pattern I used from Adventures in Everyday Life, this was good for a medium sized hen. Not so good for giant Stan the rooster. It was a really easy pattern although I found it a tad difficult to get her wings through but once I did, she seemed quite comfortable with it.

I made up my own pattern for the numbers then whip stitched them in place.


Thank you for reading,
Julie

PS There's a 12th Man chicken on the trampoline

Seahawks 12th Man Chicken Sweater

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3 comments:

  1. This cracks me up. A chicken. Wearing a sweater. Ha!

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  2. I also think he wasn't super thrilled with it as it was a bit snug but thankfully your friends with the sick also have a few smaller hens, one of which was super excited about her new stylish sweater.
    I think yes, children's love to jump it's fun and you can join your Child to have fun and to take care of her from hurting her self.

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  3. That is awesome! What a wonderful experience for your students! Your post motivates me to do something like that as well!

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