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Hey there! I am hosting a handmade Easter toy swap on my blog this year and would love to include a pic of your crochet eggs and a link to the pattern as an inspiration for my participants...wanted to check with you and see if that would be ok. We'd love to have you join the swap too, if you're interested...Thanks!beckymac1 at hotmail dot combelle-n-bee.blogspot.com
It NEVER fails! I throw away those rustic gray egg cartons and then I see something adorable like this! Those eggs are just too stinkin' cute! Thanks for the tutorial!
these are absolutely adorable!!
Thanks for this great pattern. I struggled a bit at the beginning as I didn't realise I had to repeat the bracketed stitches on the round. But I'm new to crochet patterns. However, once I got around that it was all good. Now my son has a Golden egg for his Angry Birds plush's! He' very happy. =]
i love your blog title, your blog & this egg pattern is THE best on the web! perfect eggs!!! im so happy as i make them, thank u for generously sharing the pattern & even the directions for how to add the stripes-for once i get to be lazy and just follow directions & enjoy! happy easter :)
thanks for this lovely egg pattern I love it I have already made several eggs out of multi colored yarn makes for a ty-dye looking egg.
As per my email, thank you so, so much for this pattern - it really is the best I've found and has been such fun to make up in an assortment of different colours. Happy Easter! Elizabeth x
I love the eggs. I'm making a doz or so for my son and grandboys each, and maybe to give at church for Easter. :D They were really easy! and I can make them with the scraps off the blankets and such that i make for charity! thank you!
Thanks for the pattern...it is just what I was looking for to make eggs for my seasonal 'tree' that I decorate.
I grew up using egg cups as a child. They are not used very much in this country, however, so now I collect them but don't use them very much. Now I will have a fun center piece for Easter.Thanks for the idea.
Thank you for this wonderful pattern!!Blessings,Susie
Thanks I was looking for something to make my kids for easter that was easy to make.
Just whipped up 6 of these for my one year old niece. I'm sure she'll love them. Thanks so much for sharing this. x
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PS. I stitched little bells inside so that they rattle. Very cute :)