Every year around Easter time I see many decorated eggs. Some of them are really beautiful and unique, but I'm not so good at painting so I wanted to find something different this year.
So here is the idea I came up with: a cute eggholder that dresses eggs up! This way the egg is decorated and holded at the same time.

I created a bunny egg holder and a chick egg holder. I used basic stitches for them and they are both very easy to do.
I'm going to show you how to make the bunny one. The chick egg holder is very similar so I didn't take step by step photos for it, but let me know if you want me to do that!

By the way, you can find my egg holders on my Etsy shop here and here :)

I hope you like them!

Step 1: What you need

  • white cotton thread n° 3
  • pink cotton thread n° 3
  • crochet hook n°4 - 1.75
  • white wool
  • piece of cardboard
  • needle and white sewing thread
  • scissors
List of stitches:
  • chain stitch
  • slip stitch
  • single crochet - sc
  • half double crochet - hdc
  • double crochet - dc
That's so cute!Congrats on being finalist!!I hope you win!!!
<p>Thank you!! They announced the winners in May I think, and I won the runner up prize :)</p>
<p>Yaaaaay!! Congratulations !! Linda for finals :D</p>
<p>haha thank you so much Tarun!! :D</p>
<p>Very Very cute! congrats on being finalist! hope this wins :-)</p>
<p>Thank you so much Shazni! I hope so too :D</p>
<p>Wowowowowow, AWESOME! I love it so much, gonna try one :D</p>
<p>Thank you so much!! Please share a picture of it if you can! :)</p>
<p>Oh gosh, so cute!!! *.* Good work!</p>
<p>Thank you so much! And I loooove your profile picture! :)</p>
<p>Thanks! :)</p>
<p>Oh so awesome ;D</p>
<p>Thank you! I'm glad you like them!!</p>
<p>you have some awesome talent with the crochet! </p>
<p>Oh you are so kind, thank you so much!! :)</p>
<p>Woah! You did a <em>cracking </em>job :D</p><p>Voted! :-)</p>
<p>Thank you so much!! :)</p>
I can not eat those eggs in my breakfast they are so cute, awsome work
<p>Thank you so much! :) The good thing about these is that you can replace them with new eggs whenever you want :D</p>
Looks so adorable :)
<p>Thank you so much! :)</p>
<p>Super cute! loving that wooden coaster as well :)</p>
<p>Thank you Muhaiminah! I have to thank Andrea for those coasters :D</p>
<p>OMG...you won't believe if I tell you that I thought of Andrea the moment I saw them in your picture. Lucky you :D, those are awesome.</p>
<p>Definitely! I bet Andrea will be happy to know about that :D</p>
<p>Those are adorable!</p>
<p>Thank you Chrys! :)</p>
<p>soooo cute!</p><p>btw... I see interesting wood trivets too ;-)</p>
<p>haha you see? They are very useful for many things! Thank you!!</p>
<p>Awwwwww! So adorbs! Jessy and I think the chick looks like she has a crop top on :D</p>
<p>lol you are right! I thought I could make both parts longer to cover that fat belly...but I wanted the egg to be visible anyway :D</p>
<p>Linda, this is way too cute, I can't handle such an amount of cuteness! </p>
<p>Thank you so much Emily! :D I think I need to make more, I'm in love with them! </p>
<p>You are a winner :). Take my words :). These are so sweet :)</p>
<p>Aw thank you so much Tarun!! :) Something turned out right, finally :D</p>

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