One thing about this free baby chick costume pattern is you could add more feathers to the tutu for a fuller baby bird or chick costume. You could also add some of the feathers to the sweatshirt to make the upper body of the baby chick costume fuller as well.
You could also skip the tutu part of the costume and hot glue the yellow feathers to a yellow sweatsuit to make a Big Bird or Tweety costume for your child. If your child is old enough to talk and has expressed liking certain colored birds, you could use colored feathers for the birds they like the most.
I was thinking what would be cute would be to get your small children and their friends together and make a flock of baby chicks for Halloween. Having a flock of baby chicks parading up and down the neighborhood while trick or treating would be cute.
Mom and dads could make their own homemade chicken costumes to wear while taking their children trick or treating. If you don’t have children to take trick or treating, you could make your own homemade baby chick costume to wear to a Halloween party or to work.
The possibilities for using the free baby chick costume pattern is endless since most of the items are bought for the size of the person wearing the costume.
Materials Needed for the Baby Chick Costume
There are just a few items needed to make the baby chick costume using the pattern at the end of the article. The list of materials needed for the free baby chick costume pattern are as follows:
2 to 3 inch wide elastic
Free Baby Chick Costume Pattern
The free baby chick costume pattern would be ideal for infants and toddlers. The reason I say that is because it will be easy to take off the baby or toddler once trick or treating is done. It could be removed before putting the child in the car seat before returning home.
How to Make a Baby Chick
This is by far one of the easiest animal costumes I have seen. Very little sewing is required with the baby chick costume.