Free crochet pattern: Lamb Easter Egg


If you prefer a downloadable, printable and ad-free PDF version of this pattern with more illustrations, it can be purchased here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/991988625/crochet-pattern-chick-lamb-easter-eggs


The paid pattern includes both chick and lamb patterns
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Before we start, let's get connect here:

► This pattern is an original pattern by Hanh Pham of RiO Craft (@craftbyrio). Please do not claim this pattern as your own
► The pattern or a part of it (in digital or paper form) may not be reproduced, distributed or resold anywhere
► You may sell the finished toys you created with the help of these instructions in a limited number, provided a credit to RiO Craft as the designer
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MATERIALS
- Yarn (I use Jeans from YarnArt (2 - Fine (Sport, Baby) yarn; 50g/160m), in colors: light yellow, orange & white for the chick and white & light grey for the lamb)
>> You will need less than one skein from each color
- 2.5 mm crochet hook (or in accordance with the yarn you use)
- One pair of 5mm safety eyes for each product
- Polyester fiberfill
- Yarn needles, markers and scissors

ABBREVIATIONS
- MR: magic ring
- ch: chain
- st(s): stitch(es)
- sc: single crochet
- inc: 1 increase = 2 sc in the same st
- dec: 1 decrease = sc 2 together (use the invisible decrease for better result)
- x*: repeat * times
- slst: slip stitch
- (…): stitch count of the row
- BLO: back loops only
- FO: fasten off

NOTES:
- This pattern is written using American terminology
- The finished doll measures 8cm/3 inches approximately. Choosing a different hook and yarn will change the final measure
- We will work in continuous rounds. Do not join or turn if not instructed in the pattern.
- Use a stitch marker. Place it at the last stitch of the row and always move it up when working always to the last stitches of the rows.

It’s time to start! o(≧∇≦o)

EGG
- Use white yarn
- R1. MR with 8sc
- R2. 8inc (16)
- R3. (sc, inc) x8 (24)
- R4. (inc, sc2) x8 (32)
- R5. BLO: (sc7, inc) x4 (36)
- R6. (sc5, inc) x6 (42)
- R7. (sc3, inc, sc3) x6 (48)
- R8-12. sc all (5 rounds)
- R13. (sc7, dec, sc7) x3 (45)
- R14-15. sc all
- R16. (sc13, dec) x3 (42)
- R17-18. sc all
- R19. (sc6, dec, sc6) x3 (39)
- R20-21. sc all
- R22. (sc11, dec) x3 (36)
- R23. (sc2, dec, sc2) x6 (30)
- R24. sc all
- Insert eyes between rounds 20&21 with a distance of 5 sts between them then stuffing
- From now on, we will crochet BLO at every round
- R25. (sc3, dec) x6 (24)
- R26. sc all
- R27. (sc1, dec, sc1) x6 (18)
- R28. (sc1, dec) x6 (12)
- Stuff more if necessary
- R29. 6dec (6)
- FO, leave a long yarn tail then use yarn needle to put the tail through remaining sts (still BLO) and pull to close the hole
- Use brown thread to embroider the nose
* Make Fur:
- Join light grey yarn into the 1st front loop of round 25 (the 1st front loop from the bottom up)
- We will crochet the fur like this: (ch3, slst 1 in next st) - repeat over all front loops alternately from current position back to top of the egg, when you crochet to last st on the top, ch3 for the very last time, break the yarn, tighten the last chain and use yarn needle to sew the remain yarn into the egg

EARs (make 2)
- Use white yarn
- R1. ch2, 4 sc in the 2nd chain from hook (4)
- R2. 4inc (8)
- R3. (sc1, inc) x4 (12)
- R4. sc all
- Flatten then crochet 2 sides together by 6sc
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later

ARMs (make 2)
- Use white yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. (inc, sc1) x3 (9)
- R3. sc all
- R4. dec, sc7 (8)
- Flatten then crochet 2 sides together by 4sc
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later


FINISH

- Fold ears then sew between rounds 24&25 of the egg
- Sew arms between rounds 16&17 of the egg
- Use pink thread to embroider the cheeks

A beautifully-formatted PDF pattern with more illustrations can be purchased here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/991988625/crochet-pattern-chick-lamb-easter-eggs

  • Hope that you had fun when crocheting ^^
  • I'm glad to see your finished product. You can do tag @craftbyrio on your photos and share it with hashtag #craftbyrio on Instagram or Facebook so I can see your work easily

From RiO with love ♥

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