Easter is coming up, and as promised, I’ve scoured all available resources and compiled a beautiful list of 10 free Easter crochet patterns for all of you who are filled with spring inspiration and have your hooks ready for all things Easter. Are you as excited about the upcoming warm weather and bright colors as I am?
Oh my bunny-goodness! This crocheted amigurumi Easter bunny basket is beyond adorable. Just look at those perfectly floppy ears.
And the pattern, from Lion Brand, is not only beginner-friendly, but free too!
Some kid is going to have one very special basket to collect his/her Easter eggs in this Easter!
If it isn’t a colorful, floppy-eared bunny basket that would make you grab your hook n’ yarn, then perhaps this totally “awww!-worthy” basket, complete with a precious bow will.
The free pattern/tutorial is available from Jam Made.
If you’ve got spring fever, then this granny square with a butterfly crocheted on top might be the perfect spring project for you. Imagine an afghan full of these brightly colored critters.
The free pattern, by Luana Gay Stoker is available on FaveCrafts.
I think a grey square background with multi-colored butterflies would be lovely.
These pastel colored Easter egg coasters are fun for Easter time, if you are a coaster-user. If you aren’t, these are almost enough to make you want to start using them!
The free pattern is available by Whiskers and Wool here. I love this blog!
These itsy bitsy adorable little bunnies really bring on the Peeps cravings!
Free pattern for these cuties, which are another Whiskers & Wool design. I told you that blog was fabulous!
They look like quick little fellas to crochet at the last minute, and could make fun gifts or Easter egg hunt surprises.
Note: The pattern is a download, so when you click this link and arrive at the Whiskers & Wool blog, be sure to click the “download” link, which you’ll find directly below the image as a caption.
Forget those ol’ plastic Easter eggs and toss in a few of these bright, gorgeous crocheted ones for a change of pace!
The pattern — offered for free by the lovely Inge at Lady Crochet — is a bit addictive, as the Lady Crochet warns. Once you finish making one egg, you may not be able to stop.
But that’s okay. Crochet away.
Crochet a bazillion little chicks to go along with the bazillion little eggs you just finished.
An easy-to-follow pattern is available on Garn Studio, for free by Drops Design and can be accessed here.
Note: This little fella does require some stuffing.
This is another little chick, although he is miniature (only 1.5′ tall!) but I think he is much cuter than the one above.
There’s a free pattern available at LucyRavenscar, so follow along if you’d like to create this cutie.
Just imagine a basket full (perhaps a *crocheted* basket full) of an assortment of different colored mini chicks! I’m thinking one in every pastel color — purple, blue, yellow, a light green, etc.
I always did believe the saying “good things come in small packages.”
Crochet this easy, precious, fluffy-tailed mini Easter bunny egg cozy using Lion Brand’s free pattern.
Remember, good things come in small packages?
The cutest egg cozy ever! Just slide an egg inside and hide. This cutie will make a very fun Easter egg hunt!
That’s this bunny – a good thing in a small package. I think I know a few adults and kids who’d both love an itty bitty bunny like this fella.
What Easter crochet frenzy wouldn’t be complete without such an adorable little bunny-eared hat?
But, try the hat and matching (too adorable!) diaper cover, too, and then send your many thanks to Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me for such an outstanding and free pattern because your little one is totally gonna rock this cute outfit!
Well, I hope these lovely free Easter crochet patterns have you as inspired as they have me, and if you’re like me, your hands are itching to be holdin’ a hook and strand of yarn right now! Spring is coming up (I know we still have quite a while) and boy do those ideas start going wild. I wonder if I’m the only knitter/crocheter who starts getting project crazy when a new season is coming up? I start thinking of all the new projects and garments I can begin making for the new season. Yet I typically don’t even get to complete half of them! Lol.
Do you guys do that too?
Oh, and tell me, what will you be crocheting or knitting this Easter?