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American Girl Easter Set


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Super cute Easter set for your daughter's BFF! Your daughter will LOVE hiding Easter eggs for her to doll to collect in her own basket! The pattern includes detailed instructions and looooots of pictures that show how to make the Easter basket, Easter eggs, and fuzzy bunny ears for your daughter's American Girl. It's as if I'm crocheting the set along with you. Finished Size: basket stands about 5 inches tall; each egg is about 1 inch; bunny ears stand about 4 inches off doll's head. (Size will vary if you use a different sized hook. Need help to make the pattern bigger or smaller? Let me know!) Yarn needed: I used Red Heart and I Love This Yarn. Specific colors are detailed in the pattern. You will need brown or tan (basket), pink (bunny ears), and a TINY amount of purple, pink, blue, green. yellow, and orange (eggs). Hook: Size G Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Pattern assumes that you are comfortable: reading crochet patterns, crocheting in the round, increasing, and decreasing. If you need help with any of these, please let me know and I'll send you a tutorial. ***Please feel free to make and sell finished items from this pattern. However, you may not reproduce and sell the pattern itself. Please do credit me with the pattern and a link to my Etsy shop when selling them, so others can know where you got it. !*** Thank you for stopping by! Best wishes and happy crocheting! If you'd like an Easter set made, please look in my etsy shop - - or send me a convo. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY read a crochet pattern crochet in the round increase decrease PREFERRED BRAND/YARN I Love This Yarn and Red Heart

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I love to crochet! Two of my favorite people taught me to crochet two years ago and I fell in love with it! I started making scarves for everyone I knew; but I live in Texas, so scarf season doesn't last long. So I started making crocheted toys called amigurumi and I've never looked back.