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Easter is coming! So is spring! This year I thought I would welcome the spring with a round up of free crochet patterns for eggs and baskets. That seems to be my theme lately, lots of baskets for all the eggs of my business, so this round up has a bit of a double meaning. Happy crocheting, and remember not to put all your eggs in one basket. 😉

Eggs & Baskets free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Easter Egg Treat Bag Pattern by Kara of Petals to Picots
“These Easter egg treat bags work up so quickly and are perfect for filling with Easter treats! Or perhaps even put a different spin on it … think cute Easter purse or large stuffed Easter eggs!”

2) Crochet-Covered Easter Eggs –a DIY tutorial by Flax & Twine
“After finally tackling how to crochet rocks from a pattern, I got it in my brain that I wanted to create my own crochet motif for a rock. That way, I figured I could easily do an original tutorial for you all. Then, it occurred to me, like a lightbulb, that crocheting rocks is an awful lot like crocheting on top of an egg–how fun! and just in time for easter. So, I set to work creating two different patterns for eggs.”

3) Bonny Bunny Surprise by Trifles N Treasures
“The Bonny Bunny Surprise would make a great Easter basket stuffer, or tiny playset for on-the-go fun.”

4) Bread Basket by Jessie Rayot of Jessie At Home
“This crochet bread basket is a fun way to dress up your everyday dinner rolls, or to show off that pretty braided bread you picked up at the corner deli. Be sure to use a washable yarn that is not too fuzzy so you can clean your bread basket as needed and so it doesn’t leave fuzz in your bread. You can also add a fabric or paper towel liner in your basket and serve chips or various other items out of it. You could even fill it up with wrapped candies!”

5) Little Egg Baskets! by Jennifer Dickerson of Fiber Flux
“These Little Egg Baskets are a fun project that can hold a single egg or perhaps a treat. An easy to crochet basket is finished with a beautiful one round flower and a cheery button center.”

6) Organization Now! by Tamara Kelly of Moogly
“Organization is one of those things I think I’m a master of… until suddenly I look around and realize things have gotten out of hand (again). Stuff everywhere it isn’t supposed to be, odds and ends piled up – you know how it goes, right? Suddenly the chaos builds up til you want to shout “Serenity NOW!” And then it’s time to take action! In the ongoing and never-ending battle towards organizing my home, I came up with this week’s free pattern. A fun and easy hanging basket that I’ve dubbed Organization Now!”

7) Easter Eggs by Kristi Tullus
“Easter is just around the corner, so I thought I would look over the egg pattern and post it here again. I made simple colorful eggs, decorated some with embroidery. But you can let your imagination roam free and I am sure you can find endless ways to decorate yours.”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):

Stash Basket Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy Bread Basket Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy Owl Basket 2 Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy


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