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10 Creative Easter Egg Needlepoint Designs You Absolutely MUST Stitch
These ten Easter egg needlepoint patterns are quite extraordinary and will inspire you with lots of ideas for spring decorating. When the stitching is complete, you can turn the needlepoint into three-dimensional eggs that fit neatly in an Easter basket; or attach them to clothing, towels or table linens.
The possibilities are endless of what you can do with these fantastic needlepoint eggs.Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Free Crazy Quilt Eggs Needlepoint Pattern
The idea for this Easter egg needlepoint pattern comes from fabric crazy quilts. Designed by Barbara Baker, the free project includes instructions for several different color schemes as well as suggested stitch techniques.
The completed design is about five inches high. For three-dimensional eggs, you should send the needlepoint to a professional for final finishing.Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Easter Egg Needlepoint Ornaments
Stitch four different egg needlepoint patterns with this Easter ornaments collection. Get a list of supplies as well as seed beads for embellishing all four projects for $16.00 USD.
Consider using #18-mesh mono needlepoint canvas in colors that complement each egg pattern. If you don’t have colored canvas, white or ecru will work just fine.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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Beaded Lotus Easter Egg Needlepoint KitContinue to 5 of 11 below.
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Elegant Easter Eggs Needlepoint Charts
Get these two free Easter eggs needlepoint patterns to stitch with cotton embroidery floss in your favorite spring colors. Use a basic tent stitch to work the floral motifs and a few decorative ones for the solid yellow or blue backgrounds.Continue to 6 of 11 below.
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Easter Egg Needlepoint Towel BandContinue to 7 of 11 below.
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Quaker Easter Egg Needlepoint Chart
You will enjoy stitching this lovely Easter egg needlepoint project from Lady Kell of Kincavel. Originally designed as a fundraiser project for charity, the easy chart looks like a quilt pattern draped over an egg shape.
The project works great for both needlepoint and cross stitch and you can change the colors to fit your decorating scheme. Overdyed yarns are perfect for this design.Continue to 8 of 11 below.
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Blue and Green Faberge Egg Needlepoint Pattern
If you love Faberge eggs, you'll enjoy stitching this original hand-painted needlepoint canvas from Lee Designs. The 4.25-inch by 3-inch Easter egg pattern costs $37 USD and is worked on #18-mesh canvas with your choice of cotton, silk or wool threads.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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DIY Three-Dimensional Easter Egg Needlepoint Pattern
Learn to make your own three-dimensional needlepoint eggs with this free tutorial by Mary Corbett. In addition to detailed step-by-step instructions, you'll get a template to use in choosing stitches and finishing the project.
The project is quick and easy so that you can make several eggs in a few evenings.Continue to 10 of 11 below.
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Mini Easter Eggs Needlepoint Designs
Get these tiny cute Easter egg needlepoint patterns to stuff baskets or attach to gifts. Each egg canvas measures 1.75 by 2.5 inches and is hand-painted by Needle Artist, Susan Roberts. They are sold separately at local needlepoint shops.Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Needlepoint Easter Egg Parade
Red, orange, green, blue and purple Easter eggs parade across the painted canvas in this project. The 17.7-inch by 5.1-inch needlepoint design costs $19.99 USD and is printed on #18-mesh high quality Zweigart Mono Deluxe Canvas.
The finished design would make an ideal framed picture for spring decorating.