Free Crochet Easter Patterns - Basket, Eggs, Bunnies and More

Candy Eggs in an Easter Basket
Candy Eggs in an Easter Basket | Source

When we think of Easter, we think of Easter bunnies, baskets for candy, crosses for the Risen Christ and Easter eggs. Included here is a list of free crochet patterns for each of these. I hope they give you some ideas to crochet for everyone on your list. You will find some patterns that you might like to crochet for yourself too.

Crochet Easter Baskets

Here's a variety of Easter baskets, from little mini ones to full size ones.

Easter Basket Decoration - From "JPF Fun Crochet Club" the pattern would make a nice scrap yarn project. This is a smaller Easter Basket that is just right for a treat with a few jelly beans and pieces of candy.

Chocolate Easter Bunny
Chocolate Easter Bunny | Source

Easter Egg Basket - This pattern is for an Easter basket that is crocheted with plastic bags from the site "My Recycled Bags. Visit the site for lots more basket patterns.

Crochet Bunny Patterns

Here you'll find a wide range of bunnies to create to use for gifts and home décor for Easter. Included are tiny bunnies, a bigger bunny, a keyring bunny and a bunny fridgie.

Amigurumi Bunny Pencil Holder - The bunny fits over a bottle and you won't need stuffing. You'll need medium worsted weight yarn and some lightweight baby yarn for the trim. The free pattern is brought to you by the site Craft Passion.

Bunny Doorknob Cover - The pretty pattern is an archived pattern from the Crochet Memories Blog. You'll need small amounts of white and pink worsted weight yarn and a size G hook.

Bunny in a Basket - Bunny in a Basket is a good way to use up some Boa yarn if you have some left over. This pattern is offered by "Donna's Crochet Designs."

Cute Bunny Pattern - This little bunny sits upright and doesn't have legs.It is offered by "Black Moon Flower's Blog".

Easter Bunny Pin or Fridgie - From "Suzie's Yarnie Stuff", this is another quick and easy project. Crochet one for yourself and all your friends.

Mint Chocolate Bunny - This cute pattern is offered by "Gnat on the Windshield." This is a tiny bunny that is a good project to use leftover worsted weight yarn. The bunny is shorter than a Coke can. It's another cute pattern.

Easter Chicks

Included are tiny chick patterns. The chicks represents the new life that Jesus rising from the dead brought.

Crochet Crosses

The real reason for Easter is to remember that Jesus rose from the grave that day. Here are some patterns for crosses.

Crochet Easter Egg Patterns

You'll be able to crochet these eggs quickly. Make lots of them and hide them just like real eggs or use them for Easter baskets. Also included are placemats, coaster and more. 

How to Crochet Easter Eggs, HotMamaBodyWraps, Youtube

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crystolite 5 years ago from Houston TX

Nice info Barbara Kay.


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craftdrawer 5 years ago

Time to get crocheting! Great Easter patterns!


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

Thanks.


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Moonmaiden 5 years ago from Lucerne Valley, CA

Thanks for this great resource.


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

Moonmaiden, Thanks for visiting.


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azure_sky 5 years ago from Somewhere on the Beach, if I am lucky :)

Thanks! Although I don't have the time or patience to crochet at this time, I have a good friend that does, and she will love it when I forward this to her! Up, Awesome and Useful..because I know that she'll love it!!


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

azure_sky, Thanks for looking and thanks for passing it on.


kafheytav 5 years ago

Lots to look at here, can't wait to try some patterns. Thanks!


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

kafheytav, You're very welcome.


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SUSIE42 5 years ago

Thanks for the information. I love to crochet.


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

SUSIE42, Thanks. You're welcome.


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RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

Fun stuff you've shared here. Thanks!


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

RTalloni, Thanks for visiting the hub. I hope you find the time to crochet some of the patterns.


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ubalildon 5 years ago

fantastic hub, well written


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ubalildon 5 years ago

wow!!! nice hub.


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

ubalidon,Thanks.


Cross stitch 5 years ago

thank you for all the useful information


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

Cross stitch, I am happy that I can help. I hope you can use lots of the free patterns.


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GrantGMcgowan 5 years ago

Very informative.


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Barbara Kay 5 years ago from USA Author

GrantGMcgowan, Thanks for visiting the hub and commenting.

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    I've been crocheting since I was a little girl. Since then I've designed for magazines and offer free patterns at my site.



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