These two adorable hatching chick pattern are free and work up quickly. I think it would be cute to whip up 12 of them and present the dozen in an egg carton. You’ll get at least a chuckle from whoever receives them and you’ll surely brighten their day. If you don’t have plastic eyes on hand… Continue reading Hatching Easter Chicks
Linda has a tutorial here on NaturalSuburbia.com for working up a knitted egg. She has clear photos of each step and includes links for videos on a magic loop in knitting and how to change colors.
Easter is early this year, but you can leave these lovely egg and nest decorations all Spring. Easter eggs to crochet from Janice Wray. These are great for hiding treats, or to stuff and close up with an invisible join technique. Knitted Sparrow nest and eggs by Purl Soho
One week left until Easter! Have you had your fill of all things bunny? Then let’s switch gears and do a week of chicks and eggs! Look at this little guy. You can’t say no. You can’t. Let Google translate the page where he lives and it’s close enough to figure out the pattern if you’re not… Continue reading Easter Chicks
Source: Mini Crochet Easter Eggs Basket
Stop making bunnies for everyone else for a while and make yourself something cozy instead! It’s usually pretty warm around here but whenever it’s chilly in the house I whip up a set of cotton slippers. Ironically it’s colder in the house in the summer because my husband likes to crank up the air conditioner.… Continue reading Adorable Adult Bunny Slippers
Here are three versions of little lovey security blankets for the special little one in your life. Use a good baby yarn that doesn’t fuzz up too much and will withstand mouthing and washing. Free pattern by Little Yarn Tales And this one by Teri Crews Designs, $5.50 Here’s one to knit by Huggable Bears