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Ostara walks through the fields, butterflies and song birds behind her, grasses springing up from her footsteps and flowers blooming at her touch. She is known for bringing the spring to the North and her bunnies love to hide eggs, which we paint for her in all the colors of the rainbow. Celebrate the spring by making some scrappy eggs for hiding and hunting. Add some beans and give them a shake, fill a basket with them or hang them in a garland to honor the new life all around us.


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Craft: Crochet

Suggested yarn: Cascade Yarns ® Heritage Solids, Malabrigo Yarn Sock, Bad Sheep Yarn Fingering Sock, Araucania Huasco Sock, Wedgewood Fibers Fingering

Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) ?

Gauge: 34 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in single crochet flat

Hook size: 3.5 mm (E)

Yardage: 27 - 30 yards (25 - 27 m)

Sizes available: egg size!

Crochet terminology: US


Ostara's Eggs

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