Crochet: Mini Amigurumi Easter Eggs {Pattern}

Crochet Pattern: Mini Easter Eggs

Crochet Pattern: Mini Easter Eggs

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I have always wanted to crochet Easter Eggs for the Easter and I am very happy to have made it this year. Since there are quite a number of free patterns of real size egg on the internet, I decided to come out with mini easter eggs instead. In fact, I have this idea after seeing some quail eggs on the grocery store’s racking – so small, so cute!

These Amigurumi Easter Eggs are easy to crochet (with written pattern) and require only small amount of yarns of various colors. Follow the crochet pattern and change yarn color at any round, remember to start the new color at the last yarn-over just before the new round of color.

If you found the color of the eggs look familiar…. you are right, the yarns are the leftover from the yo-yo puff hat and the granny square bareback top I crochet for my daughter ;)

Just in case you are interested on the bunny sachets as shown in the picture, here is the sewing pattern and tutorial.

Difficulty Level: Beginner

Dimension: approx 3/4″ (W) x 1 1/4″ (H) depends on tension and yarn weight

1. Yarn stashes of various colors (baby cotton, light worsted or equivalent)
2. 3mm crochet hook
3. Tapestry needle
4. Poly-fill or poly stuffing

st = stitch
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
sc2tog = single crochet 2 together (decrease)
mm = move marker
fo = fasten off
[  ] = the number indicated in the bracket is the total sts in the round

Crochet Pattern:
(from bottom to top)
R1: ch2, 6sc in 1st chain, mm [6]
R2: 2sc in each st around, mm [12]
R3: *2sc in first st, 1sc in next st, repeat from * around, mm [18]
R4 – R6: sc in each st around, mm
R7: *sc2tog in first st, sc in each st for next 7 sts, repeat from * around, mm [16]
R8: sc in each st around, mm
R9: *sc2tog in first st, sc in each st for next 2 sts, repeat from * around, mm [12]
R10: sc in each st around, mm
Stuff Firmly
R11: sc2tog in each st around, fo
Note: to fo the last round, use a tapestry needle to sew the stitches, pull and tie to close the opening. Hide yarn end.

Happy Crochet & Happy Easter!!!!
Free Crochet Pattern For Easter Eggs

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11 comments... read them below or add one

  1. OMGOSH tooooooooo cute

  2. Que lindo!!!! ademas esta super facil!!!! como para hacer muchos para regalar.
    Mil gracias!!!!
    :) :) :)

    Translation (by Google):
    So cute!! also is super easy!! to do a lot to give. Thanks!! Besos. :):):)

  3. Oh how cute! Thanks so much for the pattern, I’ll be linking and making some myself!

  4. What a sweet craft and a great tutorial, very well explained!! I have only ever crocheted baby blankets, so I have a sincere admiration for those who can do this kind of stuff.

  5. I love both projects! I’m going to try both of them out.

  6. These are adorable joanne!

  7. So sweet! Thank you very much for sharing the pattern.

  8. Wow, sooo cute :)

    Very cool ideea. Thank you.

  9. I have gone through 4 patterns for Easter eggs trying to get the right shape. These are the best! The shape is perfect and the size is super cute. Thanks a bunch!

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