With Easter less than a week away, I have decided to compile a list of my 10 favourite free Easter crochet patterns for you all. In this roundup you will find: patterns suitable for beginners and more experienced crocheters alike; quick patterns for your last minute Easter preparations; and patterns in both UK and US terminology.
I’d like to thank the very talented pattern designers who have kindly given me permission to republish their images in this post.
Happy Crocheting and Happy Easter!
A simple, quick pattern with beautiful results. These amigurumi Easter eggs will make a lovely addition to your Spring/Easter decor. This popular pattern has both written instructions and a video tutorial.
How could you not fall in love with this adorable floppy bunny? This pattern designed by One Dog Woof was designed with her daughter in mind and you can see from the results a lot of love went into this design. This bunny is sure to be a hit with the little ones in your life. I’m a full-grown adult and I want one!
This little egg cosy was designed by yours truely (It’d be weird if I left my own pattern out of the roundup, right?) These cute bunnies are quick, simple projects for that last minute Easter prep. They’d make the perfect little present complete with a chocolate egg. Once the chocolate has gone, why not use them to keep your boiled eggs nice and cosy at breakfast time?
I love this quirky, cute pattern by Studio Manya, a relatively new blogger to the crochet scene like myself. I was attracted to this pattern because of it’s originality and kawaii aesthetic.
I mean, who doesn’t want to wear Bunny Ears at Easter?! Stand out from the crowd of mass-produced, shop-bought headbands and crochet some using this 30 minute pattern.
Cuteness overload! I have completely fallen for this pillow. I can imagine this as a scatter cushion in a child’s room all year round, not just for Easter.
A very sweet crochet bib that would make a thoughtful and ideal Easter present for expecting parents and families with young babies.
A super simple crochet daffodil that’s perect for your Spring and Easter projects. Why not add one or two to an Easter bonnet?
These mini baskets are so cute! They would be perfect to give as a gift with a selection of mini chocolate eggs or they could be used for an egg hunt. Fun!
This blanket only takes a few days to make and would be a lovely gift for a Spring baby. I love that the ears are made from a different yarn to the rest of the blanket. They look so soft and fuzzy!