Here are some of the patterns, with lovely, subtle flowers. To summarize, they are absolutely gorgeous, with the subtlety of the flower delineating it from the egg just so. In particular, I like these for their simplicity and subtle nature, and their use of the less is more principle. Indeed, not all eggs have to be OTT, though those can be quite beautiful as well.
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Ami Easter Eggs
Next ere is beautiful idea for your Easter table. These floral eggs are an easy and quick project for an effective and attractive Easter-themed insert for a tabletop or sideboard Easter montage, wreath or other accessory.
You get two patterns in one from Hooked On Patterns with this pastel crochet pattern. On the outside is a striped Easter egg that you can use for decoration in or out of Easter baskets. Flip the egg inside out, and you get a precious little Easter bunny. The pattern also includes instructions for making a crochet chick inside an egg as a companion for your crochet bunny.
This egg-shaped bunny looks so cute that you want to hug it immediately. Shaded pastel colors make this crochet easter egg to look very delicate, but you can use your own color combination. It’s a quick project and will be perfect easter gift.
In our quest for the best bunny, we have this absolutely adorable flop-eared crochet toy. Undoubtedly, you can tell that this rabbit is just ready for celebration, and is busy hiding eggs for the kids. Grab your crochet hook and try this free pattern today!
Finally, to add some color to our once again, here is another pattern that is vivid, in wild, spring colors. Without a doubt, this pattern will allow you to crochet as many personalized eggs as you want! A link to the free pattern is below photos.