I said I would provide the pattern for the Crochet Lamb Chocolate Egg cover in this picture.
I personally like the lamb best, but the Husband thinks he looks like a Zombie Lamb. Hmm, maybe I should have used beads for his eyes, or possibly embroidery thread as opposed to acrylic yarn. I couldn't be bothered to go find some when I was creating him though. My own fault.
I used a 2.5mm hook with normal DK acrylic wool for this project. The pattern is my own. The terms are American terms
Body (Make one)
Row 1: Magic Circle to begin and chain 1, then 5 single crochet into the circle. (5 st)
Row 2: 2 single crochet into each stitch (10st)
Row 3: *2 single crochet into next stitch and 1 single crochet into the next stitch* - repeat until end (15st)
Row 4 - 13: Single crochet around (15st)
Row 14: *Single crcohet in next stitch, single crochet two together in next stitch* - repeat until end (10 st) Fasten off and weave tails in.
Head (Make one)
Chain 5, 3 single crochet into 2nd stitch from hook. Continue with 1 single crochet in each chain to end of the chain stitches. In last chain complete 5 single crochet. You want to keep going around the other side of the chain and single crochet into each back loop of the chains. When you get to the last stitch (the one you have already put 3 single crochet into) complete 2 more single crochet into the same stitch. Close with a slip stitch. Chain 1, then single crochet all around. Close with slip stitch and fasten off.
Or you could simply use a scrap of black felt and cut into an oval shape.
Ears (make two)
Chain 3, 3 single crochet into 2nd stitch from hook.
5 Single Crochet into next stitch
This takes you back around to the first stitch complete 2 more single crochet in that stitch, slip stitch together and fasten off.
As with the head, you could use a couple of smaller scraps of black felt,also cut into ovals.
Make two French knots/use pale beads for the lamb's eyes and sew on a mouth to the head section.
Sew the head onto the body and then sew the ears on either side of the head.
That's it. You're finished.