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Thrush Easter Eggs Free Crochet Pattern

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Thrush Easter Eggs Free Crochet Pattern

Hey there, crochet lovers! With Easter right around the corner, I have a special treat for you today.

If you’re looking for a fun and festive project to work on during your downtime this season, then look no further than these thrush easter eggs. Not only are they absolutely adorable, but they’re also free to make thanks to this fabulous crochet pattern that I’m about to share with you all.

Whether you’re an experienced crocheter or just starting out in the world of yarn and hooks, these eggs are sure to provide you with plenty of creative inspiration and satisfaction as you bring them to life.

Your friends and family will be impressed by your crafting skills, and they’ll love receiving one as a thoughtful gift. So grab your hooks and get started on this fun and festive project today!

Pattern Designer: Pelyushenko Craft


  • Yarn 100% fine mercerized cotton
  • YarnArt Lily/Violet
  • Alize Miss Batik
  • Vita Pelican
  • Crochet hook 1 mm
  • Stuffing
  • Needle
  • Size 5 x 4 cm


Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease
Sts – stitches
X n – repeat n times


The main pattern stitch is single crochet in the spiral.

Rnd 1: start with a magic circle with 6 sc (6)
Rnd 2: inc x 6 (12)
Rnd 3: (inc, 1 sc) x 6 (18)
Rnd 4: (2 sc. inc) x 6 (24)
Rnd 5: (inc, 3 sc) x 6 (30)
Rnd 6: 2 sc, (inc, 4 sc) x 5, inc, 2 sc (36)
Rnd 7: 4 sc, (inc, 5 sc) x 5, inc, 1 sc (42)
Rnd 8: (6 sc, inc) x 6 (48)
Rnd 9-18: 48 sc across (48)
Rnd 19: (dec, 14 sc) x 3 (45)
Rnd 20: 7 sc, (dec, 13 sc) x 2, dec, 6 sc (42)
Rnd 21: (dec, 12 sc) x 3 (39)
Rnd 22: 5 sc, (dec, 11 sc) x 2, dec, 6 sc (36)
Rnd 23: (dec, 10 sc) x 3 (33)
Rnd 24: 4 sc, (dec, 9 sc) x 2, dec, 5 sc (30)
Rnd 25: (dec, 8 sc) x 3 (27)
Rnd 26: 3 sc, (dec, 7 sc) x 2, dec, 4 sc (24)
Rnd 27: (dec, 6 sc) x 3 (21)
Rnd 28: 2 sc, (dec, 5 sc) x 2, dec, 3 sc (18)
Rnd 29: (1 sc, dec) x 6 (12)


Rnd 30: 6 dec (6)

Cut yarn leaving a long tail, pull the thread out.

Thread a needle. Pull the thread through front loops of the remaining 6 sts and cinch closed.

Fasten off the thread and hide tail inside the egg.

In conclusion, crocheting Easter eggs is an egg-cellent way to add some handmade charm to your holiday decor. With just a few materials and some basic crochet skills, you can create adorable thrush Easter eggs that will be the envy of all your friends and family.

So grab your hook and get cracking on these cute little creations! Whether you use them as decorations around the house or give them as gifts to loved ones, these thrush Easter eggs are sure to bring joy and delight this holiday season.

So hop to it, crochet lovers – let’s make some egg-ceptional Easter eggs together!

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