Easter Hacky Sack

Easter Egg Hacky Sack

Easter Egg Hacky Sack

This is a fun addition to any Easter Hunt! Quick to make and uses up scraps.

Hook size: 2.5 mm

Weight: 4

Cotton yarn was used for project shown.

Foundation Row: chain 3 and join with a slip stitch

Row 1: single crochet 8 times into centre of ring and join with a slip stitch

Row 2:* put 2 single crochet into first space 1 single crochet into next 3 spaces* repeat from* to *across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 3:* put 2 single crochet into first space 1 single crochet into next 4 spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 4:* put 2 single crochet into the first space 1 single crochet into next 5 spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 5: * put 2 single crochet into the first space 1 single crochet into next 6 spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 6: * put 2 single crochet into the first space 1 single crochet into the next 7 spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 7: * put 2 single crochet into the first space 1 single crochet into the next 8 spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 8: put 1 single crochet into each space around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 9: * single crochet 2 together, 1 single crochet In next three spaces* repeat from* to* across row and join with a slip stitch

Row 10: single crochet 2 together, 1 single crochet In each of the next 2 spaces, single crochet 2 together, 1 single crochet In each of the next 3 stitches, repeat until end of row and join with a slip stitch

Stuff the egg at this point. Project shown used popcorn kernels, however if an egg shaped stuffy is desired simply use fiberfill instead of popcorn.

Row 11: single crochet 2 together, single crochet in next space, single crochet 2 together, 1 single crochet In each of the next 2 stitches, repeat until end of row and join with a slip stitch

Row 12: single crochet 2 together around row and join with a slip stitch. Sew closed.

Weave in all ends in at least three different directions to ensure that the ends of the project don't come loose through use.

Inspired by petalstopicots.com

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