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5 Fun and FREE Easter Crochet Projects

2020-03-12 | 12:47:37

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I LOVE Easter. I mean, what’s not to love? There’s chocolate, cute crochet projects and pastel colours EVERYWHERE. It’s the perfect seasonal holiday for me and I want to share that love with you. So, what better way than by sharing a round-up of five cute, quick and free Easter crochet projects that are just bursting with the joys of Spring.

Let’s get cracking, because I have some egg-cellent patterns to share!

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2 eggs sit in eggcups with crochet egg cosies sitting on their top. Beside them, an egg with a crochet cosy lies on it's side.

I’m not yolking when I say that Easter is ALL about the eggs – scrambled, fried, chocolate and now crochet! But, if you fancy your eggs a little more traditional, then how about getting an egg cosy on your hook? These cute little caps for your eggs don’t just look pretty, they keep your boiled eggs warm too! Now, where are my soldiers?

Speaking of eggs….

Look at this cracking pattern! These adorable little chicks by Annika Nilsson are just so CUTE. They’re quick and easy to make, and what’s more they’re a free pattern. So, you have no excuse for not welcoming in Easter with a whole egg carton full of chicks!

I couldn’t very well do an Easter post without mentioning the Easter bunny, could I?

If you’re a fan of rabbits, keep your eyes on my blog over the next few days, I may have a few bunny-shaped patterns hopping their way onto here…

For now, I’m going to share a pair of pawfectly cute Easter crochet patterns featuring the cute little critter.

A pair of crochet rabbit cushions sits in a female's arms. One is grey with open eyes, the other is white with cute closed eyes.

First up is All About Ami’s gorgeous Snuggle Bunny Pillows. I’m a huge fan of Stephanie’s work and these cushions are no exception. Hooked up in super bulky yarn, they’re quicker to make than they look and let’s face it – those cute little faces are worth the effort. The only problem is, they’re far too cute to sit on!

Stephanie’s patterns are written in US crochet terms -so if you need some help converting…I’ve got you!

Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.

The C2C is always popular around here. And there’s good reason, this versatile blanket is fun and simple to make and the best part? It can be customised any way you want. Just look at this beautiful Easter bunny crochet blanket by Repeat Crafter Me. I’m in love with the fluffy ears, just think how soft they will be! I carrot wait to get this blanket on my hook! 🥕

I’m so eggcited to show you the final pattern in my round-up, it’s an Easter egg! If you’re looking for a healthier (and less messy!) alternative to a chocolate egg hunt, these cute crochet eggs are perfect for hiding. The pretty pastel colours are easy on the eye and they feel squishy and soft, so kids will love finding them. They also make great home decor for any Easter parties you might have planned, or…just because you like them!

Well, that’s all yolks. I hope you enjoyed my round-up. I’d love to hear your suggestions for Easter makes and see your pictures if you get hooking one of these projects. Keep up with me across social media at @bellacococrochet and be sure to tag your makes with #bellacococrochet so I can see them!


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  • Anna Turner
    March 15, 2021 at 4:09 pm

    Hello, I am trying to do the Easter chick pattern by Annika Nilsson; I’ve made the chick but I cannot get to grips with how to crochet the eggshell part, I’ve tried many times but it just doesn’t look right 🙁 I know this post is a year old but please could you do a video on this by any chance? I want to make a few for my Easter tree and I don’t want my partially crocheted chick to go to waste x x


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