Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs

Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs
Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs

The only thing cuter than crocheted Easter eggs are miniature Easter eggs. This free crochet pattern is quick and easy to follow, so you can work up a bunch by the time the Easter bunny comes. Lion Brand Bonbons yarn or any scrap yarn would be perfect to use for these tiny crocheted eggs. Get creative and incorporate a variety of colors and designs into your work. The pattern is worked in a spiral, so stitch markers are recommended to keep track of rounds.


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love to collect tiny objects. I dream to purchase one of those doll houses and build it from the kit and decorate it. Of course these eggs would be giants in a doll house but these little beauties will be adorable on the table during the Spring.

Too cute! Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs. I must make as many of these as I can. Easter is one of my favorite holidays that I love to decorate for and I just have to have these made before my family arrives. Each year they inquire what the new decoration will be and this is "one" of them.

I agree with the designer that if mine eggs are good enough for Cadbury, then they are good enough for me to make and use as Easter decoration around my house and office. They are the perfect size to combine a few together and lay around on your work desk to brighten up your day. Love these colors too.

I was just thinking about Easter baskets and making one, then I thought it would be nice if I could find an egg pattern. What do you know there it is! These are so cute and each one is different, I can see making these with a multitude of colors (I have a lot of stash!)

This tiny version of the larger eggs is just the thing to mix and match in a crocheted basket. They work up so quickly, and are the perfect project to whip up while watching TV at night. I love the stripes, but the solid with flower decorations is also appealing. Nothing complicated, use up your bag of scrap yarn, and get busy!

These Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs are too adorable for words. They use up scrap yarn, which is always a plus, and they work up really quick and easy. I'm thinking of making some of these and hiding them, along with the eggs, as an extra little surprise for the kids to find.

These would be perfect to make and add into your Easter baskets along with the chocolate eggs. That way, long after the chocolate is gone your loved one will have these eggs to remember that Easter. They can put them out year after year in their own home and remember past Easters after they have grown up. They can also pass them on to their own loved ones.


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