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I decided to make a neck-warmer with this pattern. I used 6.5 mm needles with 70 stitches cast on and Lion Brand Thick & Quick yarn, "Hudson Bay" coloured. 1 skein was perfect for the shorter length and it's super stretchy and warm!
I did end up making these more temporary additions. I seemed to get less frost and fog trapped in between them if I took them down during the summer and put them up on the first decently cold day, presumably because the air in general was drier then. But, they did work better than the shrink plastic at reducing drafts.
I've never kept chickens, so I don't know. They could fall off the ramp the way mine is set up, but it would keep them inside the cage.
I've never kept a chinchilla, but there's probably not enough jumping opportunities to keep a chinchilla happy. You could try altering it with half-width levels that are staggered so there would be room to hop from one to another, and make it taller.
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