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All Types of Crochet Easter Eggs!
One of the most fun parts of Easter for all ages involves the classic Easter egg. Decorating eggs, hiding eggs and collecting the eggs on Easter brings back nostalgic memories for adults and creates new ones for kids. The colors of Easter eggs also make them a great subject for crochet. In this roundup, you'll find the best Easter crochet patterns for amigurumi eggs as well as egg decor and accessories.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Crochet Easter Egg Free Pattern
You may want to make crochet Easter eggs because you're vegan because you want something non-perishable that your kids can enjoy all year long or just because they make pretty decor. This crochet pattern is basic and gives suggestions for ways that it can be adapted to more complex designs.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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Thread Crochet Easter Eggs Pattern
If you want to tackle something a little bit more difficult but well worth the effort, give these thread crochet Easter eggs a try. They are made with thread using basic crochet stitches. They are worked around a party balloon, papier-mache style, and stiffened for a sturdy lace design. These make great ornaments, table decor, and Easter basket fillers, offering a vintage nod to the season.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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Tiny Easter Eggs Crochet Ornament Free PatternContinue to 5 of 16 below.
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Little Monster Easter Egg Free Crochet Pattern
Several things make this crochet Easter egg unique. First, it's designed to wrap around a plastic egg; it can be opened to reveal Easter candies inside. Second, it's got full arms and legs so it makes a neat little toy. And finally, it's inspired by a fun monster so it's still cute but much different from most Easter toys!Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Easter Egg Afghan Crochet Pattern
Embrace all of the colors of Easter eggs to create a beautiful crochet blanket. This blanket is terrific for babies and children, especially in pastel colors. Make it in colors that are a little bit darker and it could be used all throughout the year by anyone in the home.Continue to 8 of 16 below.
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Crochet Easter Eggs Potholder Crochet Pattern
These crochet potholders are made with the bright pastel colors of Easter along with terrific floral accents. The designer suggested that you could use the same pattern to create Easter cushions or a table runner.
Crochet Easter Eggs Potholder by Little Owl's HutContinue to 11 of 16 below.
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Easter Egg Basket Crochet Square Pattern
This crochet square pattern can be used on its own as a potholder or decor piece. Alternatively, mix and match it with other 6" crochet afghan squares to create crochet garments, accessories, and blankets. This pattern includes instructions for making it a spring flower basket instead of an Easter egg basket.Continue to 12 of 16 below.
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Filet Crochet Easter Eggs Free Pattern
This set of crochet Easter eggs can be used as placemats or hung up as Easter decor. They feature baby chicks, other Easter birds and an Easter egg inside an egg. This is a free pattern, but you do have to know how to read filet crochet charts to complete them.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Easter Garden Doily Free Crochet Pattern
This crochet doily pattern doesn't have eggs incorporated into the crochet design but instead has egg holders designed to hold real Easter eggs. The doily is fairly simple with elaborate egg cups emerging out of the doily-like 3D garden flowers.Continue to 15 of 16 below.
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Egg Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
An easy set of repeating crochet stitches creates a design that looks like eggs. This pattern includes instructions for making a blanket in five different sizes. Crochet them all in one color for a subtle effect or change colors after every set of eggs for a bolder design.Continue to 16 of 16 below.
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