With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Easter Crochet

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Easter Crochet

I first started crocheting these Easter eggs with my mom w.a.y back in 1978 when I was expecting our first baby. I have a large basket full that will always remain special to me.
The little cross, made from twigs, appears each year as a cake topper. I love its humble simplicity declaring the gospel. 
For patterns/How-to's, click the links below.

Little Wooden Cross from Sticks


Rosita Vargas said...

Genial y el punto es muy lindo super hermoso,abrazos

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Great ideas, Lorraine!

podso said...

So pretty and sweet and they look like they would be easy. Thanks for the tutorial. I shared it with our mentee girls who just learned to crochet last week!

My Recent Favorite Books said...

Love these! They are so pretty! =)

I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

Susan said...

So sweet, LDH. Hope the baby is doing well and her Mama and all the sibs, too. A most blessed Easter to all! Hugs. Susan

Ann said...

Very nice eggs. I love that little twig cross.

Patty said...

Thank you for sharing. I have saved the Chocolate egg. Really love your site. Pat

Pondside said...

A basket full - what a lovely treat for the little ones, as they are eggs that can take some handling. Happy Easter!


The crochet Ester eggs are simply adorable and unique, specially because they hold memories of your pregnancy with your first baby, no less! A basket full, wow sweet friend; at least is child proof, lol..
Thank you for your kind visit and I do hope you are very blessed by the Lord this Easter Season and always.

handmade by amalia said...

These eggs are delightful! Happy Easter.

Just a little something from Judy said...

Sweet, little crocheted eggs that tell an incredibly amazing story, are so special! I admire your skills in this area, and the longer I know you, the more I learn what a truly gifted friend you are!

Happy Easter to you and your dear family!

Lea said...

These are just too cute! A whole basket of them would be lovely!


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