Crochet/Knitting · Family

Crochet gifts

This Easter I decided to make little yarny gifts for the children in my family to accompany their chocolate Easter eggs.

For the girls I made them little bunnies as featured in previous posts (click on the bunnies to take you to the relevant post).

creative pixie knitted Easter bunny

creative pixie crochet Easter bunny

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For the boys I wanted to make them something a bit quirky. I found a pattern forΒ some crochet eggs on the Toft Alpaca Shop website. Once they were made I thought that I would add some personalisation by sewing on each boys initial to their own egg.

j and s crochet eggsH crochet egg

For my nephew Charlie, his mother (my sister), had requested I crochet something she had seen I had pinned on Pinterest. It was a crochet minion granny square from Repeat Crafter Me.

C crochet minion
Here’s my finished square (unblocked).

This pattern was simple to follow and theΒ block was surprisingly easy to make. The only difference is that instead of using a black button for the eye I crocheted a black circle.

Now the plan was to make the block into something so I asked Charlie if he’d like it made into a little cushion or a blanket and he said no that he liked it as it was. Well lucky me that’s saved me a lot of work and he has ended up with a gift just as he wanted.

I hope you all had a lovely Easter break.

Jean

9 thoughts on “Crochet gifts

    1. I have a book on crochet food but have yet to make something from it. I was tempted by the cakes and buns on the cover πŸ˜‰

  1. So sweet, and Charlie is a typical child, no fuss-muss…He loves his square as is and it’s something he’ll always have from his loving aunt.

    Have a delightful weekend, Jean,
    Marianne

  2. Wow I need to make the minion square… I feel the need for this pattern… I haven’t been so excited about a granny square since I made hello kitty ones!!!!

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