Easter crochet fun!
Easter Sunday falls on the 27th March this year – get ahead with our round up of Easter patterns!
Who can resist an Easter chick? Crochet a brood of chicks and hide them all over the house and garden as part of your Easter egg hunt! Any yellow and orange DK yarn will do!
Fill these sweet little baskets with chocolate eggs and chicks! This clever pattern uses front and back post stitches to create a basketweave effect.
Make a basketful of these fabulous stashbuster Easter eggs! At 7cm (2.5″) tall, you’ll crochet them in no time – the egg pictured is crocheted in cotton, but you can use any yarn from your stash!
We love this beautiful bunting from Agrarian Artisan! Make it up in brights or pastels and festoon your house for Easter!
This fabulous cushion is by Little Doolally, and it’s great fun to make, and the pattern has full instructions for how to work the colour changes! You’ll need approximately 110g of DK yarn for the front, and the designer has repurposed an old cardigan for the back, but you have the option to crochet a plain back section too. Make it in any colour you like!
Get ahead and start your Easter crochet now!
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