Flat Easter Egg pattern
Materials - straight knitting needles, and size.
Yarn - any, but preferably bright Spring like and Easter colours. Any weight, the thicker the yarn the bigger the eggs - any size is fine. Knit only with garter stick
(Make 1 - knit into the front and then the back of the stitch.)
Cast on 6 stitches
Row 1 : knit
Row 2 : k1, make 1, k to last two stitches, make 1, k 1 (8 stitches)
Rows 3 - 9 : Repeat row 2 (22 stitches)
Rows 10 - 15 : knit
Row 16 : k1, k2tog, k to the last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (20 stitches)
Rows 17 - 23 : Repeat row 16 (6 stitches)
Cast off,secure last stitch and weave ends in to the shape.
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My name is Sarah Betts, & I have always lived locally, though not in Bookham itself. My mother introduced me to Granary Crafts when I was only 13 or 14 years old, I well remember the old shop which was previously situated in Church Road. I love all crafts, particularly paper crafts, knitting, silk painting and tapestry. Crafting - whatever discipline you choose - can be rewarding and relaxing. It can allow your mind to wander freely whilst at the same time creating something creative and unique.