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Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring

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Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring
Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring
Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring
Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring
Egg Holder Chicken Cosy Easter Spring

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Used stitiches : single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet

Pattern Description:

Surprise your guests at the lunch table with some cute chicken egg holders like these.

This pattern will guide you to crochet an egg holder as shown in picture, made from cotton yarn and crochethook C (2,5 mm). Wool or acrylic yarn can be used too, as long as it(tm)s suitable for crochethook C (2,5 mm).

Finished size will be approx. 2.75 tall (7 cm ).

Replace the egg for a tea light glass so you can use this little chicken for different purposes !
Made of thicker yarn and larger hook you could create a larger version of this chicken. The egg
holder is made of 2 separate parts which will be crocheted on to each other to form one piece.

Gauge: 5 single crochet = 0.8" (2 cm)
This egg holder is easy to make and you will have it finished very quickly as well.

This pattern is my own original design and is written in english, in US terminology.

Used stitiches : single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet

Gauge:

Gauge: 5 single crochet = 0.8" (2 cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished size will be approx. 2.75 tall (7 cm )

Materials:

  • Cotton, wool or acrylic yarn suitable for crochet hook size C (2.5 mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Fiber fill stuffing, small black beads (eyes), 1 boiled egg


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Hi !
All my life I've been busy with all kinds of crafting as a hobby and I have a creative job as a florist in my little hometown here in the Netherlands. A few years ago I rediscovered crocheting ...

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