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The Easter egg is the quintessential symbol of the spring holiday. Stitch up a celebratory cross-stitch project with one of these 10 Easter egg themed patterns!
Easter trees are becoming more and more popular. Many people hang plastic Easter eggs and other ornaments from the spring blooming trees. 123 Cross Stitch has several Easter Egg ornament themed patterns for your tree. This pattern features bright colors and beads for added texture. There are many patterns in their series, and you can... decorate your tree with all of them. This pattern is a great way to learn about beading your cross stitch.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Chocolate Easter Egg
There is nothing better than a chocolate Easter egg. They are creamy, delicious and beautiful. Talons Aigulles share their take on the traditional chocolate Easter egg. While the pattern is in pink and brown, you can switch to any colors you like. This pattern is also a great way to practice your lettering. You can change the words or keep them as is.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Happy Easter Egg
Stitch Line has a wide variety of Easter Egg themed patterns for this spring season. They range from traditional to more contemporary. You can stitch the pattern up and add it to a wreath for your Easter decor. It would also look great on a whimsical Easter basket or simply framed and hung on the wall.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Birdy Easter Egg
You can cross stitch this Bird Easter Egg pattern for free thanks to Balades et Broderies. The little bird in his house sings the song of spring for you. This whimsical pattern can be stitched for ornament, a tote bag or as part of a bigger arrangement like a tablecloth or runner. You can adjust the size to make it smaller or bigger depending on your project.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Easter Egg Tree
This egg tree is bright, colorful and whimsical. It showcases a variety of spring themed colors and designs. Cross stitch designer Happinesst offers this pattern, as well as other spring themed patterns in their Etsy shop. This would look great on a pillow or table runner.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Kissy Cross offers up this beautiful Easter Chick Egg cross stitch pattern on their website for free. There are several different types of stitches on this pattern so it may not be the best for beginning cross stitchers. If you are feeling up for a challenge, then go for it and try new stitches. You can cut out this pattern to make an ornament or leave it in the hoop for wall decor.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Egg with a Bow
What better way to wrap up a floral egg than with a beautiful blue bow. ABC Stitch Therapy has this Egg with a Bow cross stitch pattern for purchase on their website. This pattern showcases non traditional spring colors, so it is perfect for the person who wants something more contemporary with their Easter decor.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Decorating your kitchen for the Easter holiday just got a little easier with this free pattern from Fave Crafts. You can use this pattern for a table runner or a tablecloth. It can also be used for a border on pillow case. Many people also use this pattern for a ribbon around a cake or as part of an Easter basket. No matter what you decide to do with this pattern, your decor will be whimsical and bright.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Primitive Easter Eggs
Primitive patterns often use rabbits in many of their images. These Easter egg designs are no exception. Prairie Schooler showcases their take on the Easter Egg with images from the farm; rabbits, sheep and roosters. The bright colors against the black fabric allow these patterns to truly pop. You can stitch them individually or together as a sampler. They would look wonderful framed and displayed in a retro-style kitchen.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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Aliolka shares their pattern for a Spring Scene Egg on their website. This pattern can be downloaded for free. It is great for ornaments for trees or as part of an Easter basket. There are so many little details to this pattern. While it is intricate, it is still a great pattern for all levels of cross stitchers. Have a stitchy Easter party and offer this pattern up for everyone to stitch and take home. Please be respectful of copyright laws and only use the pattern for personal use.