Easter Egg Placemat

Easter Egg Placemat

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Easter Egg Placemat

These Easter Egg Placemats are the cutest thing for Easter! Put them out as the perfect crochet accent to a family holiday dinner. This placemat can help to add even more spring cheer to your living room. This adorable egg pattern adds a personal touch to your Easter gathering and celebration. But you do not need to keep such a great creation to yourself! This egg patterned placemat would make a great Easter gift to family or friends, and the intermediate ranking on the pattern would boost your crochet skills all while giving you the tools to make a beautiful homemade gift your family will love.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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What a great addition to your Easter decorating! This pattern looks like it will work up quickly, if you are looking for last minute things to add to your table, or a last minute gift for your hosts! I cant wait to start making some of these to go on my own table!

It is never too early to get started when you are making projects for holidays. Next year, I will be hosting Easter dinner at my home and this is the perfect place mat for the kid's table. Now to decide on the colors to use for each one I need to make.

I am really liking this Easter egg placemat pattern. I wonder what it would look like if the placemats were crocheted in a rainbow of colors. I don't think I will have the time to create four placemats for my table before Easter holiday dinner this year, but this is certainly something to consider for next year.

I like this idea, but even with using the Shell Stitch, its just so plain! It would be so easy to work this up in some of the self striping Caron or Sweet Cakes yarn or any other variegated yarn for a bit more interest. Another idea would be to physically change yarn colors as the crocheted lace edging would cover any joins.

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