Don’t put all your eggs in one basket—hang them up instead!

Our friend, coworker, and creator of many things stitched (who answers to the name of Vickie, and is the Assistant Editor of Knit N’ Style magazine), always has a fun display in the window of her workspace. Vickie is happy to share her cute egg garland design with the Create & Decorate blog readers! Leave a comment, if you like, for us to share with Vickie.

The most important part of this instruction? Create the eggs in yarn colors that will make you smile.

Spring Eggs and Cable Cord Garland

Designed by Vickie Zelizo

Cable Cord Garland

Size 7 dpn

Cable needle (cn)

After working each row, do not turn; slip the stitches to the right end of the needle.

CO 5 sts

Rows 1-4: Knit

Row 5: K1, slip next st to cn, hold in front, K2, K1 from cn, K1

Spring Egg Pattern


Lily Sugar ’n Cream Cotton Yarn

Size 7 double pointed needles

Size G/7 crochet hook

Fiberfill stuffing

Yarn needle


CO 12 sts, leave a 6” tail.

Join in the round.

Rnd 1: *K1, Kf&b; rep from * around

Rnd 2: *K2, Kf&b; rep from * around

Rnd 3: Knit

Rnd 4: *K3, Kf&b; rep from * around

Rnd 5 & 6: Knit

Rnd 7: *K4, Kf&b; rep from * around

Rnd 8 – 15: Knit [36 sts]

Rnd 16: *K4, K2tog; rep from * around

Rnd 17 & 18: Knit

Rnd 19:*K3, K2tog; rep from * around

Rnd 20 & 21: Knit

Rnd 22: *K2, K2tog; rep from * around

Rnd 23 & 24: Knit

Rnd 25: *K1, K2tog; rep from * around.

Cut yarn leave a 36” tail. Thread yarn through remaining stitches. Pull tight.


Using the crochet hook pick up a loop from the top of the egg. Chain 25. Slip stitch to top of egg, creating a loop. Weave in ends.


Stuff the egg with fiberfill from the bottom. Use the tail that was left at CO to sew the bottom shut. Happy Spring!