Mini crochet fried egg

Meet Eggbert, the mini crochet fried egg! Unleash your creativity with our step-by-step tutorial to crochet the cutest miniature fried egg. Perfect for beginners, this free pattern is a delightful addition to your amigurumi collection or a charming gift for loved ones. Discover how to make this adorable breakfast favorite and bring smiles to your crochet creations. Start your tiny fried egg adventure now!

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Mini crochet fried egg

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Crochet Pattern – Mini crochet fried egg

Start Here:

Please read the whole pattern properly before starting.

The pattern is written using US terms.


  • 2 inches (10 cm)


  • Yarn calling for a 5.5 mm hook in yellow and white.
  • Size 2.75 mm crochet hook (B/2). You can use a larger crochet. It will work fine but your egg will be slightly bigger.
  • Thread in black for the mouth.
  • 2 black safety eyes (4.5 mm)
  • Stitch markers (if needed)
  • Tapestry needle
  • poly-fill


  • chain (ch)
  • magic ring (mr)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • increase (inc)
  • invisible decrease (dec)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • half double crochet (hdc)
  • double crochet (dc)

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Pattern: How to crochet a Mini crochet fried egg?

Let’s start – Mini crochet fried egg

  • The egg is worked in continuous rounds (as a spiral). Use a stitch marker if needed.

With a 2.75 mm crochet and yellow yarn.

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
  • Round 2: [6 inc]. (12)
  • Round 3: [sc 1, 1 inc] x6. (18)
  • Rounds 4-5: [sc 1 in all st]. (18)

Place the eyes between Rounds 3 and 4, spaced by 2 st.

  • Round 6: working in the back loop only: [sc 1, 1 dec] x6. (12)

Fill with polyfill.

  • Round 7: [6 dec]. (6)

With your tapestry needle, close the yellow part.

With a 2.75 mm crochet and white yarn.

Join with the white yarn in any front loop of Round 5 (I joined mine in the back).

  • Round 8: [sc 1, 1 inc, sc 1] x6. (24)
  • Round 9: [sc 2, 1 inc, sc 1] x6. (30)
  • Round 10: [sc 4, 1 inc]. (36)

Cut the yarn and finish off.

With the black thread and tapestry needle, make a mouth over round 5.

Mini crochet fried egg

Mini crochet fried egg

Congratulations on crafting an amazing mini crochet egg! 🎉🧶 Keep up the fantastic work, and may you continue to create more delightful amigurumi masterpieces that bring joy to everyone who sees them.

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The O Family

The kids have started to make painted rocks! They love to find them and have decided to make them own. We will soon go to hide them at different places!

Mini crochet fried egg


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