EggHeads: An Easter Treat

If you get your eggs from a farm or buy organic, cage-free or free-range eggs at the grocery store, chances are your eggs are brown. This is great for the chickens, but not great for dyeing eggs bright colors. It’s cool. I’ve got your Easter eggs covered.

hats to keep your eggs snuggy

Covered with hats! These are the yokes, folks.
(Sorry. I haven’t had much sleep.)

The pattern is available to download on Ravelry for the low low price of free. It’s also available on my free patterns page right at the top for convenience.

Each hat takes about 30 minutes from start to finish and uses a tiny bit of sport weight yarn. The pink one with the folded brim and pompom only weighs four grams. In addition, this may be the easiest pattern I’ve ever written and there are endless variations.

Happy Easter! Happy spring! If you make an EggHead, I’d love to see it.

9 Responses to “EggHeads: An Easter Treat

  1. You’re too clever. (:

    We’re not doing eggs this year – no one eats them boiled except on salad around here. That and we don’t really do easter. However, I may have to make some wee egg hats anyway. Just because they’re so cute!