In this tutorial, we crochet together an Easter egg with velvet yarn!
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I cover a polystyrene’s egg with a velvet yarn and I like so much the result!
I hope you find it beautiful too!
Video tutorial to crochet an Easter egg
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⏰ Working time: 30 minutes
Skill level: 🌸🌸🌸 intermediate
Used materils and yarn
- 100 gr Velvet yarn pink color code 6 Miss Tricot VELLUTO
- Crochet hook size 6.5 mm
- Stitch marker
- 50 gr cotton yarn for the decoration (use crochet hook size 3 mm)
Crochet stitches used to make the Easter egg
📗 Abbreviations & meanings (US terms)
- CH = chain
- SC = single crochet
- SLST = slip stitch
- INC = Increase, 2 SC in the same stitch
- DEC = Decrease, 2 SC together
- REP * = repeat from * to * until the end of the row
Work in continuous round without closing the end with a slip stitch. Use a stitch marker to sign the last or the first worked stitch in each round.
Crochet pattern Easter egg with velvet yarn
|1||2 CHs, 4 SC in the 2nd CH from hook||4|
|3||*1 SC, INC *; REP * 4 times||12|
|4||1 SC, INC, *2 SC, INC*; REP * 3 times, 1 SC||16|
|5||*3 SC, INC*; REP* 4 times||20|
|6||2 SC, INC, *4 SC, INC*; REP * 5 times, 2 SC||24|
|7||*5 SC, INC *; REP * 4 times||28|
|8||1 SC in each stitches around||28|
|9||3 SC, INC *6 SC, INC *; REP * 3 times, 3 SC||32|
|10-11||1 SC in each stitches around||32×2|
|12||3 SC, DEC *6 SC, DEC *; REP * 3 times, 3 SC||28|
|13||1 SC in each stitches around||28|
|14||*5 SC, DEC *; REP * 4 times||24|
|15||1 SC in each stitches around||24|
|16||2 SC, DEC *4 SC, DEC *; REP * 3 times, 2 SC||20|
|17||*3 SC, DEC*; REP* 4 times||16|
|18||1 SC, DEC, *2 SC, DEC *; REP * 3 times, 1 SC||12|
|19||*1 SC, DEC *; REP * 4 times||8|
Fasten off and cut the yarn. Leaving a long tail and use it to close the hole. Watch the video tutorial to see this step!
Decoration with chains
Hook the cotton thread onto the egg just worked and make a number of chain that cover the circumference of the egg.
Close in ring with a slip stitch in the first maked chain.
Go up 3 rounds and work other chains to fix around the egg with a slip stitch in the first chain.
Repeat this step 3 times to make 5 stripes like the photo down here.
Watch the video tutorial to better understand this step.
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