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Published on March 13th, 2016 | by Angie

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Pinteresting Projects: free easter egg crochet patterns

Easter comes early this year – get prepared with our favorite free easter egg crochet patterns from around the web. 

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Easter is early this year, showing up near the end of March when it’s almost too cold outside for an Easter egg hunt. Whether you plan to brave the melting snow in your Easter best or hide eggs in the house instead, these free crochet egg patterns from around the web are sure to inspire creativity.

Easter egg garland by Mama Michie

Pinteresting Projects: free Esater egg crochet patterns from Mama Michie, like this egg garland on LoveCrochetClick this image to view the free pattern

This happy-go-lucky Easter egg garland is sure to be a hit with young and old alike. A beginner crocheter would find these easy to make, and you could create a whole garland in just a couple of evenings using some brightly colored yarn from your stash.

Egg holder by Petals to Picots

Pinteresting Projects: free easter egg crochet patterns from Petals to Picots, like this adorable egg holder on LoveCrochetClick this image to view the free pattern

This egg holder for the table looks adorable even with plain white eggs – imagine what a delicious centerpiece it will be when it has decorated eggs! You could use this egg holder to be festive tableware on Easter, or as a holder to showcase the eggs your little ones found.

Egg net by Lvly blog

Pinteresting Projects: free crocheted egg holder from LVLY blog on LoveCrochetClick this image to view the pattern

This pattern uses a hollowed out egg, so you can keep this delicate decoration for years. With this method, you could make a bunch of these eggs to hang together as a garland, or separately in trees and bushes.

Crochet easter egg from Lizzie Bella

Pinteresting Projects: free Easter egg crochet patterns from Lizzie Bella on LoveCrochetClick this image to view the tutorial

These simple Easter eggs are quick to crochet and an excellent introduction into 3-D crochet and amigurumi techniques. Nestle these yarn eggs in with other candy filled eggs for an extra sweet Easter.

Yarn eggs

Pinteresting Projects: free Easter egg crochet patterns from LoveCrochetClick this image to view the tutorial

Last year, we had some fun experimenting with glue and yarn at LoveCrochet headquarters. We made these yarn eggs and filled them with candy – these eggs are unbelievably simple to make, a great project to do with the kids over Easter break.

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A Jack of all crochet, but a master of Netflix and video games. When not crocheting, you might find me on the archery range or in choir practice!




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