Crochet Easter Eggs

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Brighten up
your interior
with these lovely
DIY easter eggs.

Crochet with environmentally-friendly and budget-friendly
Hoooked Soft Cotton DK yarn in your favorite colors.

Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk
Hoooked soft cotton dk

Use a blown out egg

If you don’t know how to blow out an egg, check the video here.

Wrap, macram√© or crochet around the egg. Use your imagination! If you crochet around the egg, you can chear up your egg with embroidery (stitches) in whatever pattern you like. The crochet pattern, which exist out of simple stitches is described below. 

What do you need?

Crochet Easter eggs

You quickly crochet these eggs according the pattern below 
with simple stitches.
Decorate the eggs with embroidery stitches in the pattern you like. 

The Crochet Pattern

The crochet pattern is for eggs from bantam chickens and these are a bit smaller than the eggs you buy in the supermarket. But you work around the egg, and you can easily adjust the pattern by crocheting more or fewer rows or crocheting more or fewer stitches per row. So feel free to adjust the pattern below while crocheting.

Finally, decorate the egg with some nice stitching or crochet with several colors together. Be creative and crochet what you like!

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SC = Single Crochet

SC2TOG = Single Crochet 2 Together

Row 1

Start with a magic ring of 6 sc.

Row 2

Crochet: 2 sc in every stitch.

Row 3

Crochet: *1 sc in the 1st stitch and 2 sc in the 2nd stitch*.
Repeat *-* 5 times.

Row 4-9

Crochet: 1 sc in every stitch. Place the blown out egg in the crochet egg and carefully continu.

Row 10

Crochet: *1 sc in the 1st 4 stitches and 1 sc2tog in the 5th and 6th stitch*.
Repeat *-* 2 times.

Row 11

Crochet: *1 sc in the 1st 3 stitches and 1 sc2tog in the 4th and 5th stitch*.
Repeat *-* 2 times.

Row 12

Crochet: *1 sc in the 1st stitch and 1 sc2tog in the 2nd and 3rd stitch*.
Repeat *-* 2 times.

Row 13

Crochet: *1 sc in the 1st stitch and 1 sc2tog in the 2nd and 3rd stitch*.
Repeat *-* until 6 stitches are left. String the 6 stitches together to close the egg.

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