This free pattern comes to you compliments of Sugar 'n' Cream / Bernat. You'll find the free crochet pattern posted at the Ravelry website.
You can get the free pattern for this little green frog-shaped egg cozy at Kody May's blog.
This fluffy little bunny-shaped egg cozy is crocheted using an eyelash novelty yarn.
You can get the pattern as a free download at the Ravelry website.
You can use this egg cozy pattern to make bunches of different egg cozy critters.
If this sounds interesting to you, you can get more details or grab the free pattern at the Ravelry website.
How about a robot-themed egg cozy? If that's what you're looking for, you'll find the free crochet pattern at the lillkitten blog.
This is a bit like a mini Easter basket. It's crocheted using t-shirt yarn.
You can find the free pattern posted at the "No Day Without Yarn" blog.
This pattern is available as a free download from Ravelry.
This free pattern is written in UK terms. The pattern is posted at the lululoves.co.uk blog.
This is a chicken-shaped egg cozy. The free pattern is available in both German and English.
You'll find the pattern available for free downloading from Ravelry.
What are the eggeaters? Well, I'm not 100% sure, but if you were to ask me to describe them I'd say they're creepy little cyclops egg cozies. I guess. I'm thinking you'll just have to check 'em out for yourself...
You can take a peek at them by visiting the link above, which takes you to the "No Day Without Yarn" blog.
This bunny will guard your eggs with his sharp little teeth.
You can access the free pattern at the Gingerschatz blog.
Here's something you don't see every day. This egg cozy is shaped like a rat, and he's wearing a grim reaper style costume.
This pattern is available as a free download at the Ravelry website.