Easter Child’s Play

I must admit that many years have passed, and many Creme Eggs have been eaten, without it ever occurring to me that they may need a fun cosy, but there you go.

These started as fundraisers for the Blackpool Knitting Group as we save up for our group outings this year, and have proved popular and fun to make.

This pattern for small easter egg cosies allows you to turn the egg into an:

Owl

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Bumble Bee:

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or Cupcake:

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This pattern is another in my series of fundraising patterns for Kids Company. I will be transferring all my free patterns over to this format and making them available as free downloads here on my blog. These patterns have been designed for local fundraising and I’m happy for them to be used for your own charitable and personal use but please, not for personal profit or commercial use.

I would also ask that you consider making a small donation to Kids Company for the use of this pattern through my Just Giving page. This way the money goes directly to Kids Company to help fund their incredibly important and inspiring work with disadvantaged children and young people.

The patterns uses leftovers of 4 ply yarn and are designed for knitting in the round on double pointed needles, but instructions are also provided if you’d prefer to knit them flat on two needles.

To download you pattern click here: Creme Egg Cosies: A Kids Company Fundraiser

all cosies

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3 Responses to Easter Child’s Play

  1. Mum says:

    these are good love mum xx

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