Chicken Hand Puppet Pattern with Movable Mouth

Chicken Hand Puppet Pattern with Movable Mouth

In the start of the 19th century, porcelain was utilized for producing dolls. Rag Dolls comprise of any fabric. After World War II, doll manufacturers started using plastics for dolls. Thus, dolls makers have used a variety of substances to produce dolls.

  • A doll is a small toy or model which looks like a human. Typically, it looks like a baby or a girl. It is one of the favorite toys of children. The term might also be used in context to a child’s toy, puppet, etc. which looks like a human being. They are also connected with mankind since prehistoric times.

  • This listing is for a digital PDF Pattern file only! Not the finished chicken puppet.

    BEFORE YOU PRINT the pattern, double check settings on your printer. Make sure page scaling of pdf print is set to none. The page scaling determines the size of pattern pieces.

    Use your sewing machine to create your own Chicken Hand Puppet with a moving mouth using this digital PDF pattern.

    Pattern Includes:
    – Materials and tools list
    – Step by step photograph instructions with additional tips
    – Labeled pattern pieces
    – Bonus video instructions

    Your finished puppet is:
    – Constructed out of fleece and felt
    – Hand washable and air dry
    – Sized for older children and adult hands
    – Too adorable with twirling wings and a flexible beak
    – Very lightweight compared to store bought stuffed puppets, something to consider when performing
    – About 13″ high

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