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Easter Crochet Patterns

Updated on April 19, 2014

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Hoppy Easter!

Hope everyone is having great Holidays! Like my Christmas Crochet Patterns, I decided to do more Holiday crochet pattern Hubs. Like me, you are probably wanting more patterns!

The best way to find Easter crochet patterns is of course, Google right? Mmmmm, not really. The best place to look for patterns, if you are wanting free patterns is to look on Youtube. I know what you're thinking, why Youtube? Youtube has many users who showcase patterns they have thought of on their own, or patterns from books where the user has gotten permission to showcase those patterns. They are great finds and are the best way to learn how to crochet when you are beginning. They show you step by step how to crochet them, and you can pause and un-pause when you need help, or go back as you need.

If you are an advanced or an expert you probably already know where to look, and those places would be blogs that are frequent in use between crocheters. These blogs can showcase their crochet patterns for free, and some not for free.

My favorite place to look for crochet patterns is Ravelry, Craftsy, and Etsy. They usually have the most varied patterns, some free but mostly some for sale. The good thing is on these sites, you can pretty much find whatever it is that you are looking for within a reasonable price. Ravelry has lots of beautiful patterns that you can find for free, and these are the ones that are priceless, and I will tell you why. Ravelry has listings for items that you may like what you see, and when you click the link for the pattern, you go to a website that may be a blog. If you like the blog and what they have, you are able to build a connection with that blog and others that frequent it. When you do this you can be privy to other patterns that may be free or that cost substantially less than others. If they have an email subscription, you are able to get information when the blog is having a special on a pattern etc.

Crochet Easter Bunny Beanie by bobwilson123

Cute Little Easter Bunny Beanie

This is one of the reasons I got into crocheting. YouTube has helped myself and so many others do things we never thought we would be able to do on our own. With the help of millions of users, people can now do things they never imagined. All with the help of YouTube and the wonderful users on it.

How to Crochet a Mini Easter Egg Basket by AllFreeCrochet

Crochet a Mini Easter Egg Basket

This Mini Easter Egg Basket is wonderful for displays on Easter. Making a few of these to leave around the house, a church gathering etc, is sure to leave others marveled.

How to Crochet a Basket by Crochet Geek

Crochet a Basket

When I was younger we did these sorts of things but with plastic instead of crochet and yarn. I think that this is an awesome idea for the little girl or boy to have their very own customized basket for Easter.


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    • Peggy W profile image

      Peggy Woods 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

      What cute crochet ideas! I used to crochet many years ago.