Easter Egg Grab Bag

Easter Egg Grab Bag

Easter Egg Grab Bag

Hook size: 3.75 mm


Weight: 4

Foundation Row: chain 15

Row 1: single crochet around both sides of foundation row with three single crochets in each corner and join with a slip stitch

Row 2: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 3: single crochet around row increasing stitch count by 2 and join with a slip stitch

Row 4: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 5: single crochet around row increasing stitch count by 2 and join with a slip stitch

Row 6: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 7: single crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 8: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 9: single crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 10: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 11: single crochet around row decreasing stitch count by 2 and join with a slip stitch

Row 12: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 13: single crochet around row and decrease stitch count by 2 join with a slip stitch

Row 14: double crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 15: single crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 16: * double crochet skip 1 space chain 1* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 17: single crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Chain 80 for drawstring or use a ribbon for a drawstring.

Insert drawstring or ribbon through holes and tighten to close.

Project designed by Pumpkin Spice

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