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Easter Place Setting

Easter Place Setting
Easter Place Setting

"I am so excited to set my table this Easter! I designed this crochet Easter Place Setting Pattern and just love how it came out!! I worked up a bunch in different colors and had so much fun decorating each one. I used buttons and some contrasting stitching here but there are so many options you can use too … ric rac, beads, etc. I even stitched on a little back band to hold a napkin and utensils. These would even be great as coasters too! Here is what you will need to make this Crochet Easter Place Setting Pattern: worsted weight cotton yarn in various Spring colors (shown here in Lily Sugar ‘n Cream® Yarn) H-8 / 5.0 mm hook buttons, ribbon, ric rac, or any type of embellishment you like yarn needle and scissors"


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 husbands family is of Polish extraction, so one of our heritage crafts is making Pysanky eggs for Easter. This clever project reminds me of all the different designs that can be incorporated, and be enjoyed by the family through the years. The solid egg and band are worked first, then the trim added. If you click on the Print button at the bottom, youll be rewarded with a .pdf option, too!

I guess I can plan on making these for my EASTER table for next year -( too little too late now. What is great about this idea is the option for your own imagination to shine through, your own individual creativity- by coming up with your design for the egg! Dare I could even get the kids involved with this?! I am a fan of surface crochet. It is something I only learned about a year ago and it can turn an other wise boring project into something amazing. Thanks!


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