Single Sized Easter Baskets

Single Sized Easter Baskets


Single Sized Easter Baskets

Single Sized Easter Baskets are perfect for fitting just a couple eggs at a time for the little ones that are just starting to get the hang of Easter egg hunts. These miniature homemade Easter baskets come in two different color types for boys and girls and are just the right size for their little fingers. They are really such an easy pattern that you could whip one up yourself with whatever types of stitches you would like. Make Easter creative this year by trying out these tiny little Easter baskets.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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My Grandmother was notorious for saying, "Don't put the cart in front of the horse." I completely understand, but if I get started on this now, in the fall of the year, I hope to have enough of these done to donate to all the children at the day care that I like to volunteer at. Happy crocheting.

Kudos for this inventive designer. She was very thoughtful in creating this free pattern and designed a single sized easter basket for both a boy and a girl. I really like that the girl version has two handles, kinda like a purse. These are just adorable and I love the idea the baskets must be found and not just given.

Very creative idea and very cute. The perfect size for a preschool or Sunday School Easter party or egg hunt. Looks like the perfect size for little hands and a great way for them to show off some of their art work skills by letting them draw their own little picture on the basket. Clicked the link for the pattern and it took me to a new blog. So happy to find it.

These are really cute little baskets but they are much smaller than I was expecting them to be, they will fit a single Easter egg such as Cadbury creme egg or a small handful of mini eggs. They would however make great small gifts for Easter, I made some last year to give out to my Beaver Scouts and they really liked the. So I am planning to make another batch for this year. As they are small they do not take much yarn and so are an ideal yarn stash buster and also look great in multi colours.


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