These are the ten cutest Easter crochet patterns EVER! Well, maybe not forever ever. But it’s the ten cutest Easter / Ostara / Spring Celebration patterns I’ve seen so far this year! I haven’t made any of them (yet) myself, but I can’t wait to start. And they are ALL free online!
- Huevitos Amigurumi Easter Egg pattern from Owlishly- How ridiculously cute are these? Good thing they’ll last forever, because I don’t think I could ever bring myself to eat that sweet smile.
- Easter Bunny from Gloomy Gurumi – This bunny is sure to be the hit of any basket you fill, and the simplicity makes them perfect for younger kids.
- Spring Bunny from All About Ami – Which ones are cuter? I can’t decide! This set is definitely a bit more complicated, but the photo tutorial makes it look easy. The details on these would make me reserve this set for older kids/teens though.
- Killer Bunny Egg Cozy from The Adventures of the Gingerbread Lady – I can’t be the only one who’s kids would get a HUGE kick out of finding these on top of their eggs!
- Springtime Wreath from Attic 24 – This tiny wreath is so pretty! The perfect welcoming note to add to your front door… or every doorknob in the house.
- Little Bunny (and a Finger Puppet) from Handmade by Just-In – My kids love finger puppets, and I suspect most grownups do too. This one is simply perfect.
- The Bunny Ring from Croshame – The site might be NSFW, but is super fun and the finished product here is definitely safe for everyone over age 3. I can see my preteen daughter going crazy for this ring!
- Easter Egg Coaster from Whiskers & Wool – Coaster, baby washcloth, dinner napkin… this pattern is super versatile and super easy!
- Floppy Bunny Hat from Mama G’s Big Crafty Blog – If you’ve got a baby you can craft for this Easter, you have got to make them one of these! Babies are cute… babies in bunny hats are possibly even cuter!
- Eggstremely Cosy Set from The Very Savvy Snail – I’ve seen knitting in claymation, but this looks like claymation in crochet! Wallace and Grommet would be proud to own a set of these chickens, and so would I. Lovely!
So do you include crochet in your spring crafting? Have you tried any of these, or added them to your to-make list? What ever and however you celebrate the season, welcome it with yarn!
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