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Quack quack babies

Last year I have introduced Quack Quack parents. Hope you still remember them. They were accepted very well and have seen many of them done for the past few months.

One of the nice blog followers who is with me since the first day I started here is dear friend Amanda Turner. She came up with completely new pattern using the Quack one I made. She made duckling and drake first, but then was missing the baby. In order to do that she cut the original pattern in half; rows, stitches….and came up with baby duckling. Miniature, miniature duckling to make and add to duckling family.

Amanda sent me the pattern to try out and I was thrilled the way duckling was coming out. First one I made was with 5 ply cotton yarn and 2 mm hook and it ended up not bigger than 6 cm (2 1⁄2″). Being so sweet and huggable decided to try to make one even tinier than that. Grabbed 1,5 mm hook and thread no.10 and made little baby duckling of 4,5 cm (2″) tall.

What can I tell you except Amanda did great job. Pattern is easy to follow, easy to make and duckling is more than adorable.

Here are two of my little baby ducklings

Quack brothers

I have already added the .pdf of the pattern you can find here, under Free Patterns page.

Hope you will enjoy these little ones as much as I did!

All thanks to Amanda and her great job done making this pattern available for us.

Minie quacks

23 thoughts on “Quack quack babies

  1. What a cutie! I love the little tuft of feathers on their heads. Yay!

    1. thank you Jenifer 🙂

  2. Oh Vanja! they are so lovely! I showed my son (13yrs old) and he very seriously said “I want one. Will you make me one?” I said “perhaps” 🙂

    1. ps. Your work has so much expression. Their little faces are just wonderful!

      1. Making the face is my final touch. You would be surprised how much time it takes me sometimes.
        Sometimes, specially when making dolls it takes me more time than making entire doll. Maybe because of that, and time consumed to make the face end up with some kind of expression.

    2. To be honest, tinier one of these two ended as keychain to my son. He wanted one too 😀

  3. That is so cute ,thank you for sharing your patterns!

  4. They are darling `cute! Thank you for the pattern.

    1. Thank you Jane


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