With the arrival of March, I feel like Easter is not that far away anymore. All the signs are there! Chocolate eggs are already on every supermarket’s shelves, Easter bunnies start appearing on shops’ windows, and days are slowly getting longer and longer bringing some promise of spring with them.
So, to get in an even more festive and Easter mood, as a constant crocheter that I am, I started making fun and little projects that are just perfect to decorate or gift for Easter. And this is how this Easter Patterns Crochet Roundup was born.
An Alternative Roundup Post
This is the very first roundup post I write, and it feels so exciting! But let’s face it, also scary. Why scary? Well, it is a bit of an alternative roundup. What I have seen so far in the crochet blogging world is that bloggers write roundup posts using the original pictures of the pattern designer. Of course, before using their pictures, they have asked for permission, so they are totally allowed to share them. And I could have done the same.
However, I thought that it would be more fun if I actually showed what I created using the patterns of the other designers. Of course, for every single creation in this alternative roundup, you will find the links directing you to the original pattern post and website of the owner of the pattern.
Am I Infringing any Copyrights?
I hope that by doing this, I will not offend any designer or infringe any copyrights, which is something that always scares me. Copyright infringement is a very hot topic right now in the makers’ community. If you are curious to read more about copyright and crochet, I recommend you head over to the Crochetpreneur blog over here.
After this long introduction, let’s get back to some crochet and cuteness with my Easter Patterns Crochet Roundup!
Free Easter Patterns Crochet Roundup
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Easter Bunny Mug Cozy by Haakmaarraak
I guess that Easter is not Easter without tons of chocolate, and from now on Easter will not be Easter if you don’t sip some hot chocolate from your Easter Bunny mug! This mug sleeve by Haak Maar Raak is so ridiculously cute that there is very little to add. I guess you should just try and crochet this pattern yourself!
One little notice regarding the size. I had to work up fewer rows otherwise the cozy would end up being too tall for my mug. So, I suggest you make sure that the sleeve fits your favorite mug while you are still crocheting it!
Crochet Easter Bunny and Carrot Applique by Golden Lucy Crafts
Olena over at Golden Lucy Crafts is well known for her heart-shaped creations. If I have to define her creativity I would say that it is just so colorful! I am not sure that’s a proper adjective for creativity but her creations surely are colorful! She never finishes surprising us all with all the different appliques she can create using a heart. So, it goes without saying, this Easter Bunny and its carrot appliques are definitely some of my favorite Easter makes.
Easter Egg Cozy by Petals to Picots
Looking for a fun and little project to decorate your Easter table? Then this Easter Egg Cozy pattern by Petals to Picots is what you were looking for. You can work up many of them in no time and use them as a place setting marker, as the creator Kara Gunza suggests in her post.
What is also great about these egg cozies is that you only need small amounts of yarn for each of them, so they are great for using up some of your scrap yarn.
Hen and Chicks Amigurumi by Craft Passion
The chick that you see here is part of a hen and chicks trio designed by Craft Passion. Alas, I ran out of time, so I can only show you one chick, but I am still working on the hen and the other little chick.
I guess the Hen and Chicks pattern is one of those projects that you really want to jump on as soon as you see it. Who wouldn’t love to crochet this little cutie? Moreover, the pattern works up pretty fast, it is easy, thus accessible also for beginners in the Amigurumi world.
Floral Easter Eggs by Lulu Loves
You can find the free pattern of these Floral Easter Eggs on Lulu Loves by Emma Escott. All the patterns designed by Emma are so simply elegant that you just cannot stop scrolling through them, check it out yourself if you don’t believe me!
The pattern for these eggs is written in UK crochet terms and for as much as I tried to remember it, one of the flowers came out in US treble crochet instead of the UK treble. Can you guess which one it is? Nevertheless, I think that it looked cute anyway, so I decided to use it like that.
The Granny Bunny by Homemade At My Place
The Granny Bunny pattern is from the blog Homemade at My Place by Alessandra Poggiagliolmi. I first found Alessandra’s makes on Instagram and liked every single post on her grid! She’s not afraid of using colors and simple stitches to create completely out-of-the-box patterns that you cannot but love. She’s been documenting her crochet and life journey on her blog for quite a while now, and she’s also been publishing on crochet magazines. If you don’t know her, you should totally stop by her blog or Instagram feed!
Easter Egg Lamb Hat by One Dog Woof
One Dog Woof makes the cutes patterns ever and the fact that they are available for free on her blog is just awesome. This Egg Lamb Hat was really quick, fun to make, and it looks just perfect on its egg!
Cocca La Gallina by The Crochettisti
Cocca la Gallina, translated Cocca the Hen, is a free Ravelry download by The Crochettisti. I first saw it when it was released in April last year and I immediately fell in love with her. The creators are the trio Daniele, Stefano and Valentina, a.k.a. The Crochettisti. Even though they do not have a website or blog, you can follow their work on Instagram, and get their patterns on their Ravelry store.
Easter Bunny Crochet Applique by RaffamusaDesigns
The last pattern of this Easter patterns crochet roundup is the Easter Bunny Crochet Applique designed by me. This is a very small-sized project that works up pretty quick and is just perfect to add to baby clothes, beanies, and accessories. I am pretty sure they would also be a great decoration to your Easter cards and gifts.
Here we are at the end of this Free Easter Patterns Crochet Roundup. I hope you enjoyed reading about my favorite Easter patterns from around the web.