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Chicken Coat

Knitting
March 2013
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
3.0 mm
one size to fit average size chicken

Well I have decided to donate the proceeds of this pattern to Aspley Guise Lower School who have a massive task of raising £80,000 for a new building. You will find this pattern on my main website under the Aspley Collection. I really hope you can all support us by helping us spread the word its so wonderful to have your support.

Well the chickens are getting rather fed up with the bad weather and could do with some cheering up around here. This chicken coat is great fun to make and this matching hat which can very easily be turned into an egg cosy.

Well CNN have now spotted the children’s mission and you can read all about our story by clicking on this link.

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1061474

Do feel free to share this report and help spread the word. We really do appreciate your support.

You will need 2 balls of Creative Cotton Aran by Rico Design for this design and oddments of Creative Cotton aran for the basket and eggs.

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Free pattern choices do not include any charity e books from the Aspley Collection but you are so welcome to choose from the many other patterns/e books available on my site and watch out more Spring items will be heading onto my site very soon.

Once you have made your free pattern choice do e mail me on Lorraine.Hearn1@btinternet.com and your free pattern will be emailed over to you directly.

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Thank you so much for your support. It is always very much appreciated.