16 Easter Knitting, Crochet Patterns and Crafts- Celebrate the season with these easy-to-make Easter knitting patterns, crochet patterns and family-friendly craft projects!
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16 Easter Knitting, Crochet Patterns and Crafts
A quick project that’s perfect for decor and Easter baskets!
These knit easter eggs are knit flat and they make a great stash-busting project! I knit these eggs using different weights of yarn. The stripe ones are worsted and the marbled ones are #2 fine weight. For the fine-weight eggs, I knit using 2 strands of yarn at the same time. Since this pattern is pretty simple, you can customize it by adding more stripes or even designs if you want to get fancy.
These colorful, little baskets are perfect for holding candy and other small treats. Plus, they’re a great way to make use of scrap fabric!
These little Easter baskets are created using fabric twine. Fabric twine is easy to make by twisting strips of scrap fabric together. The end result is a beautiful twine that can be used to everything from adorning presents to knotting macramé plant hangers.
Get ready to hop into your knitting projects with this adorable bunny cable pattern. Perfect for adding a cozy touch to hats, scarves, or even a cute stuffed toy. Video tutorial included!
Forget the dip-dye kits and create vibrant, tie-dyed Easter Eggs with this simple technique. Great Easter craft for kids!
These tie dyed Easter eggs are so fun and easy to make. They are creating by wrapping an egg in a paper towel and then applying drops of food coloring to the towel. The paper towels leaves a really cool texture!
A cute and functional accessory that can be used to hold dyed Easter eggs, chocolate eggs or as a fun decoration for the holiday.
The egg holder is made by knitting a small pouch in the shape of a bunny with a round bottom to hold the egg. The bunny is knit in one piece, from the bottom up in Stockinette Stitch on straight knitting needles.
A quick and easy project that’s perfect for décor and Easter baskets!
These knit easter eggs are easy to crochet and they make a great stash-busting project! I crocheted these eggs using different weights of yarn- #3 and #4 worsted weight yarn. Since this pattern is pretty simple, you can customize it by adding stripes.
These crochet eggs make great gifts to add to a kid’s Easter Basket or for an Easter egg hunt.
Easter Peep Bunny Knitting Pattern- Hop into Easter with this adorable Peep Bunny. Knit your very own fluffy friend with this easy-to-follow pattern. Perfect for Easter baskets and springtime decor.
The colorful and iconic marshmallow peep bunny gets a knit makeover! This bunny is knit on straight needles in two pieces (front and back). The pieces are sewn together and stuffed with fiber fill. The eyes and nose are created using the duplicate stitch.
Knit on straight needles, this cute plush bunny is sure to delight little ones!
This knit bunny is created by knitting a series of panels (body, arms, legs and ears), then sewing them together and stuffing them with polyfill.
This bunny basket is perfect for holding treats or as Easter decor. It’s knit on circular needles without increases or decreases. Once you’re finished knitting, the bottom is closed off by running a length of yarn to gather and then pulling it tight. The ears are knit separately on single point needles and then sewn on. Finally, a fluffy faux fur pom pom makes it complete!
Skip the dip-dye kits this year and create beautiful marbled Easter Eggs using whipped cream and food coloring.
Shaving cream eggs are gaining popularity as a fun, alternative to traditional dip dye. The combination of the shaving cream and food coloring creates a pretty marbled look that resembles watercolors.
The downside to using shaving cream is that it is not food-safe, so you shouldn’t eat the eggs. Eggs shells are porous and a small amount of shaving cream could be absorbed, affecting the inside of the egg. Whipped cream creates the same marbled effect as shaving cream, except it is food safe.
These dyed eggs are a fun Easter project to make with kids.
This bunny hat is ideal for beginners since it is knit on single point needles using basic rib and garter stitches. The ears are knit separately and then sewn on. This is a fast & fun project that will keep your little one toasty on cool days.
There are tons of great crochet patterns out there for stuffed animals, but most of them aren’t beginner-friendly. This bunny knitting pattern is as easy as it comes- if you can crochet a square, you can make this! This little guy makes a great gift (especially in an Easter basket!) and this pattern is also a great way to make use of scrap yarn.
Some of my favorite knitting patterns are the ones that look complicated but are actually easy to knit. This bunny basket definitely falls into that category! It’s created by knitting a square using the Stockingette (knit one side, purl the other) stitch. The bunny shape is made using a couple of cleverly placed seams.
Hop into the Easter spirit with this adorable peep bunny knitting pattern! Perfect for Easter baskets and holiday decor. Flat knit and ideal for beginners!
There are so many cute knitting patterns for plush animals, but almost none of them are beginner-friendly. This little knitted toy bunny is here to change that! This flat knit bunny knitting pattern is so easy, that anyone with basic knitting skills can make it.
Ideal for beginners! If you can knit a square, you can make this adorable, plush bunny! This bunny is created by knitting a rectangle and sewing some cleverly placed seams.
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