Egg Cup-Saucer

Egg Cup-Saucer – Staying with the Easter theme for you, I have designed a pattern for a crochet egg cup-saucer.

I have made them in bright pastel colors that I’m sure will give my Easter breakfast table a jolly look, why not draw faces on the eggs to add a touch of fun.

I hope you have lots of fun making holders for your chuckie eggs this holiday.

Take a look at my Easter basket pattern.

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Egg Cup-Saucer Free Crochet Pattern

Pattern Number CNC24

Abbreviations USA
RS.    Right Side

ch.    Chain
sc.     Single Crochet
dc.     Double Crochet
rpt.    Repeat
sl st.  Slip Stitch
Inc.    Increase

Base of ch. Work in first stitch

ch3 counts as first dc

Finished size approx:  4 Inch Diameter

I have used:-
10 grams of King Cole big value DK

An equivalent yarn would be a light worsted #3

4.00mm Clover crochet hook

GAUGE – 5dc & 2 rows measures approx 1 inch


Made in rounds without turning throughout.

Saucer – Make magic circle, ch3, (RS) 12dc in ring, pull loose thread to close, sl st to top of ch3. (12dc + ch3)

Row 2 – (Inc) ch3, 1dc in base of ch3, work 2dc in each dc to end, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. (25dc + ch3)

Row 3 – (Inc) Working in back loop of stitch for this row only, ch3, work 1dc in base of ch3, * 1dc in next dc, 2dc in next dc, * rpt from * to * to last dc, 1dc in dc, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. (38dc + ch3)

Row 4 – (Inc) Working through both loops from now on, ch3, 1dc in base of ch3, * 1dc in each of next 2dc, 2dc in next dc, * rpt from * to * to last 2dc, 1dc in each dc, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. (51dc + ch3)

Row 5 – ch1, (1sc, ch3, 1sc) in base of ch1, * skip 1dc, (1sc, ch3, 1sc) in next dc, * rpt from * to * to last dc, skip dc, sl st to first sc on beginning of row. Fasten off.

Cup – Join yarn to loose loops (these were created when you worked in the back loops on Row 3), work around the outside of the stitches (not the inside), ch3, work 1dc in each loose loop to end, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. (25dc + ch3)

Next Row – ch3, 1dc in each dc to end, sl st to top of ch3 on the beginning of row.

Rpt last row once. Fasten off.

Finishing – Weave in and trim off any loose ends of yarn.

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egg cup-saucerHope you enjoy this free, easy and quick egg cup-saucer
crochet pattern.

Have fun until next time.


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