It’s almost Spring and that means Easter is right around the corner. Get started on your Easter crochet crafts now so you will be ready for the Easter Bunny’s visit.
How about an Egg-cellent egg-gathering egg apron? This is a unique pattern created by Ashlea or Heart Hook Home that we think is most eggcellent! She has it in adult and children’s sizes and this is a free crochet pattern. It would be perfect for anyone who has a backyard farm or raises chickens. The kids will get a kick out of it. The kids could even use it to gather all of those eggs you hide or at a local Easter Egg Hunt.
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|
This Baker’s Dozen Egg Basket crochet pattern works up a nice table centerpiece to hold your dyed Easter Eggs. It is also great for collecting eggs for backyard chicken farmers. Depending on what color yarn you use, you can make the star design really pop in the center of the egg basket. This egg carrying basket is designed to hold 13 eggs safely in their own cushy compartments where they won’t get broken while you’re collecting your eggs.
This is a classic, no-fuss crochet stuffed bunny rabbit from Dog Woof, made just in time for Easter. A squishy bunny, lightly stuffed, possibly weighted with beads or rice on the inside and made up with Lion Brand make Homespun Thick and Quick using a 8mm (size L) Clover USA crochet hook and you will definitely need stitch markers to help you work the rounds/ This yarn is super curly, which makes it difficult to see where you’re crocheting so most of the time you are working somewhat blind, using your fingers to feel out each stitch instead of seeing each stitch.
Red Ted Art, one of our favorite craft YouTubers came up with a modified Egg Cosy from Lulu Love’s pattern that we think is adorable. She just added a giant pom pom to the top of the hat to give it a totally unique look. For Easter might we suggest some brighter colors like lime green, carrot orange, ocean blue, and sunshine yellow?
This chunky baby chick hat uses super bulky yarn and large crochet hook that makes this work up in a jiffy. Besides, the yarn, all you need to add are a couple of black buttons for eyes to make this Easter chick project complete.
I hope you have fun making a whole clutch of these cheery little bursts of yellow sunshine Amigurumi Easter Chick Eggs from Moji Moji Designs. They’re sure to put a sunny smile on anyone’s face. Add them to an egg carton. Get the free pattern.
What child wouldn’t want to wake up to this friendly yellow crochet Easter chickadee basket on Easter morning. Fill it with goodies to make your child squeal.