Here is a collection of Crochet Easter Eggs that work up quickly and are perfect for Easter basket fillers or to use for your Easter Egg Hunt.
Crochet Easter eggs are easy to make and kids can use them as play food once Easter is over. Use a real egg carton to display them in, hang them on a wreath, on a tree hanging from a ribbon or use them in a centerpiece. Give your eggs a little squish and a roll when you are done to make them have that “egg shape”.
Supplies Needed for Crochet Easter Projects
|variety of yarn||crochet hooks||pipe cleaners|
|googly eyes||self-stick felt||regular felt|
|yarn needle||small beads||Stuffing|
Marianne from maRRose came up with one of the cutest egg cozies we’ve seen so far. The photo makes them look super large but they are small and fit just over the egg. White bunny heads with pink ears with a tiny hat make them oh so cute. Free PDF instructions are available to save or print out.
How about an Easter Egg centerpiece to store and display your Easter eggs. Petals to Picots has come up with a super easy pattern that is great for beginner crochets too.
Want to add some stripes to your crocheted Easter Eggs? Petals to Picots has you covered with her easy crochet pattern and it’s free too!
Kate Elizabeth has the Easter egg pattern free, with step-by-step instructions and color images on her blog.
In case your eggs get cold, warm them up with these funky crocheted egg cozies. Kate Eastwood from Love Crochet came up with the idea, and the free pattern.
Want a frilly cover for your Easter eggs? This Easter egg cover pattern from Flax and Twine makes any plain egg extra fancy.