Published on March 20th, 2018 | by Mara


LoveCrochet Easter Egg Hunt Competition!

Thanks for joining us for this year’s Easter egg hunt! Our competition to win $50/£50 gift card has now closed. Good luck to all those who entered! In the meantime, look out for the latest competitions on our blog for a chance of winning more fabulous prizes! 

Because we know that egg hunts are often reserved for the children in the family, we’ve decided to set one up – just for you! And of course, no egg hunt is complete without a superb gift waiting at the end! In this case, it’s a $50/£50 gift card!

How to enter!

Follow these simple steps:

  1. Follow our clues and find all 9 eggs on our blog!
  2. With each egg you will find a number.
  3. Add up each number and send the sum to
  4. Add in the Subject : ‘Crochet Easter egg Hunt’
  5. Those who send us the correct total sum will be entered in a prize draw to win a gift card! 

The competition will begin 6:00am March 20th 2018 EST, and will end midnight EST on 1 April, 2018. Full T’s and C’s here. Are you ready?

Find the 9 clues by searching our blog!

Clue 1: Remember when we got to know a new very British brand? The first egg is hidden here!

Willow Blossom Colourpack MillaMia Naturally Soft Merino

Clue 2: To find the next egg, let Jess Coppom teach you how to keep your ears warm!

Clue 3: We won’t name the next crochet post! You’ll have to search for it!

Clue 4: Only 15 days left until Christmas in 2015! Here’s the fourth egg!

wolf crochet pattern: download at LoveCrochet

Clue 5: The next clue is really pretty in pink.

Clue 6: Toys make great gifts for easter! Check out the post we wrote about crocheting toys for kids.

Pinteresting Projects: free monkey and fez crochet pattern by Heart and Sew on LoveCrochet

Clue 7: Mmm relaxing! Crochet and painting are both good for your health! Especially mandalas! 

Mandala Cotton Coasters by Lilla Bjorn Crochet on the LoveCrochet blog

Clue 8: Crocheting can be impressive – these models were not impressed! Woof!

Hippie dog sweater

Clue 9: For the last egg you will have to go to the very, very beginning of the LoveCrochet blog!


Now all you need to do is add up your results and send to us at

Happy Egg Hunting! Can you find them all?

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13 Responses to LoveCrochet Easter Egg Hunt Competition!

  1. armida sotomayor says:

    i was clueless as to where to find the eggs…..

    • Yazmin Vigus says:

      Hi Armida,

      We’ve hidden the eggs in different previous blog posts. We hope you enjoy using the clues to find the eggs and numbers! (The image might give a clue or two too!)

      Happy Easter!


  2. Kate says:

    Me too, OK, so where are the eggs?

    • Yazmin Vigus says:

      Hi Kate,

      To find the eggs follow our clues and search on our blog! Sorry for any confusion. We hope you’ll still participate. Good luck & happy Easter!


  3. Lisa says:

    Do we look for the eggs on other websites? I went to the first one and did not find any eggs – if that is where we are to look.

    • Yazmin Vigus says:

      Hi Lisa,

      We hope you’ll still join us for the egg hunt! We’ve hidden the eggs in different blog posts on the LoveCrochet blog. Search using the clues and images above to find the eggs! 🙂

      Good luck & happy Easter!


  4. Lisa says:

    They are in the blogs, you just need to search based on the clue given. They are at the bottom of the pages.

  5. Susan says:

    I’ve spent hours searching and cannot find clue 3, it’s an image from but i can’t find it on here, is a definitely on a lovecrochet blog page?

  6. Vee says:


    Have there been a lot of correct answers yet?

  7. Anne Sweet says:

    fab competition, I really enjoyed searching your blog for the clues. I just hope my mathematical skills at adding them up hasn’t let me down 🙂

  8. Cindy Stoner says:

    I hope I followed all the directions and my email was received!

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