These charming eggs are a wonderful way to celebrate Easter! Knit top-down seamlessly in the round, they’re a quick and fun knit. Make for a child’s Easter basket, or use them to decorate your home to celebrate the arrival of spring.
The pattern calls for one color per egg, but they also look great with colorwork. Stripes are also fun! In addition to yarn, you’ll need something to stuff the eggs with. I like using wool bolus because it’s easy to work with and holds its shape well; but feel free to use whichever stuffing material you prefer.
This is a free pattern, download it at Ravelry.
Materials & Tools
• Rowan Baby Merino Silk DK, or other DK-weight yarn (samples are shown in Candy, Sunshine, Iceburg, and Dawn)
• Wool bolus or other stuffing material
• 32” size US 3 / 3.25mm needle for magic loop (or DPNs if you prefer)
• Stitch marker
• Tapestry needle
For more information, view on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easter-eggs-30