ColLINKtion: 6 FREE Egg Cozy Patterns

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Just in time for Easter, here is a quick roundup of six adorable, easy, and FREE crochet egg cozy patterns. I don’t usually eat my boiled eggs warm, but if I did, I’d make one of these for sure. Heck, maybe I’ll make one just because they are irresistible.

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1. Eggstremely Cosy Set by Corinne Frieden

Lovely, detailed set of cozies with tons of different embroidery ideas.

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2. Monster Easter Egg by 1 Dog Woof

I couldn’t resist this little guy.

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3. Egg Cozy Hat by Red Ted Art

This is based on Lulu Loves tutorial, but I love the pom-poms! Great for winter breakfasts.

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4. Easy Egg Warmers by Anna & Heidi Pickles

Don’t these colors make you want to … run in a field of flowers or something? I also like how these resemble cupcakes.

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5. Easter Chick Egg Cosy by idea ivana

Easy, great pattern if all you want is the hen. Love the stripes and “grass.”

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6. Ovetti amigurumi by airali handmade

I’m pretty sure these are supposed to be containers, but wouldn’t this be a great set to reuse every Easter for a little boy? Hide all the little animals around the house with candies and quarters and stickers and erasers inside?

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

Do you like your boiled eggs cozy? Or do you refrigerate them like me?

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4 thoughts on “ColLINKtion: 6 FREE Egg Cozy Patterns

  1. First I have to say I would love to see you make one of these for the story “The Little Red Hen” 🙂

    And I have chickens and get fresh eggs daily… now here is the kicker… I do not like to eat eggs! I just love my chickens and give the eggs to my mother and sister, we might keep about 4 for cooking or in the rare case Adam and Kristy eat them (my son and his family live with me). Kristy will eat boiled eggs – cold. Madison, my granddaughter hasn’t figured out if she likes eggs or not 😉

    • Crocheting the Little Red Hen is a GREAT idea! I’m very jealous of your chickens, but I’m sure they are a LOT of work. Too bad you’re not a fan of eggs! But I’ll bet your family loves them.

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