When crocheting on surprise eggs, the surprise egg should be wrapped as perfectly as possible. This can best be achieved by “putting on” the surprise egg for testing.
The required number of rounds depends on the wool used and also on how loose or tight crocheting is done. That’s why the surprise egg also “put on” in between and we already know if we need more rows or not.
Here you will be shown what it should look like when a surprise egg is being crocheted.
The top is covered completely
If we want, that the top part is completely covered, crochet to the edge of the top part.
The bottom part completely covered
If we want, that the bottom part is completely covered, crochet to the edge of the bottom part.
The bottom part not completely covered
If we do not want the bottom part completely covered, crochet to the edge of the bottom.