Egg Holder "Easter Flower" Tutorial

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Egg Holder "Easter Flower" Tutorial Pattern


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Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

This is TUTORIAL CROCHET PATTERN PDF FILE with detailed step-by-step easy to follow instructions written in American crochet terms, a lot of photos for your convenience, with tutorial pictures showing the stitches row by row made it so much easier to work with the pattern even for the beginner.

Skill level: easy to intermediate.
Finished Size approximately 4.5 in - 11cm.

Beautiful "FLOWER" design crochet EGG HOLDERS can add a special look to your EASTER table dcor.

The perfect accent for Easter! EASTER GIFT!

This EGG HOLDERS will look beautiful on any table or it can be a lovely gift for someone special.
For your friends, for the best teachers, for students.
It is a great house warming gift! (and not only for Easter ;)

Without any doubts, handmade crochet will add an excellent accent and charm to your home - table decorations.

All finished crocheted items made from this pattern may be sold. Please do not sell or share my patterns or the pictures. I'll be very grateful if you will place your finished products accompanying link to my pattern.

Enjoy your crocheting time!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 4.5 in - 11 sm approx.

About Designer

About Designer

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Greetings from sunny Cyprus!
Thank you for your kind visit.

My name is Lyuba.
I L-O-V-E to crochet.

I hope you will enjoy my patterns (written in American terms, with a lot of tutorial photos) as well as I enjoyed creating them.
I believe that the articles related to my patterns are very useful and wearable.

Happy Crocheting!

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