Flower Easter Egg Crochet Pattern
Just like playful bunnies and cute little chicks, colorful eggs are a well-known motif during the Easter celebration. That’s why I created this gorgeous Flower Easter Egg pattern for you.
This decorative crochet egg is easy to whip up, so you’ll be able to make a few in an afternoon/evening.
With the minimal yet beautiful flower embellishment, this egg would look classy anywhere at home. It could be placed along with your table centerpieces, or stored in a traditional Easter basket.
You could make it in trendy springtime shades or in your kids’ favorite colors!
If you like to have some variations, you can crochet it in big and small sizes as well. You can check out my Basic Easter Egg Shape Crochet Pattern – One Pattern, 3 Sizes to learn how to do so!
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- Small (DK yarn): 7cm tall
- Medium (Aran yarn): 9cm tall
- Large (Super Bulky yarn): 13cm tall
- crochet food
- a few meters in Light Pink
- a few meters in Citrine
- a few meters in Slate
- a few meters in Lime
- 3.5mm crochet hook
- toy stuffing
- darning needle
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
Flower Easter Egg Written Pattern
- When changing colors, first close the previous round with a sl st, then pull a loop of the new color through the loop on the hook
- To make a bigger egg, use the same pattern but a thicker yarn with the matching hook.
- Version 1(V1) of this design uses slate & yellow, and version 2(V2) of this design uses lime and light pink.
Easter Egg Pattern
Start with slate (v1) / lime (v2) and a 3.5mm crochet hook and make a magic ring.
Round 1: 6sc into the magic ring, pull the tail to close the magic ring shut = 6
Round 2: inc x 6 = 12
Round 3: *inc, sc* x 6 = 18
Round 4: *inc, sc in next 2sts* x 6 = 24
Round 5: *inc, sc in next 3sts* x 6 = 30
Rounds 6 – 8 : sc in each stitch = 30
Change colour to citrine (v1) / light pink (v2)
Rounds 9 – 11: sc in each stitch = 30
Change colour to slate (v1) / lime (v2)
Round 12: sc in each stitch = 30
Round 13: *dec, sc in next 8sts* x 3 = 27
Round 14: *dec, sc in next 7sts* x 3 = 24
Round 15: *dec, sc in next 6sts* x 3 = 21
Start stuffing the egg with toy stuffing. Continue to stuff as you work up the rounds.
Round 16: *dec, sc in next 5sts* x 3 = 18
Round 17: *dec, sc in next 4sts* x 3 = 15
Round 18: *dec, sc in next 3sts* x 3, fasten off and leave a long tail= 12
Finish stuffing the egg firmly with toy stuffing, then use the tail to close off the hole.
Now you have the option to create a loop so you can hang your egg, or to simply weave in the ends. If you chose to add a loop, then use your finger to hold down the tail and form a loop right before you use the tapestry needle to weave it in.
With slate(V1) / lime(V2) make a magic ring.
Round 1 = 6sc into the magic ring, pull the tail to close the magic ring hole shut = 6
Change colours to citrine(V1) / light pink(V2)
Round 2: sl st, (ch3, 2dc, ch3, sl st in the same st) x 6, sl st in the next st (the first used stitch), fasten off, weave in ends
With slate(V1) / lime(V2), sew the flower to the egg on the colored stripe (preferably over the spot where the color changes happened).
Your Crochet Flower Easter Egg is now complete. If you found this tutorial helpful, please share and Pin it! Follow me on Pinterest here.
Tag me @craftinghappinesscrochet with your version of this Easter egg. I can’t wait to see how you customized yours.
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