Easter is coming (rather quickly don’t you think?) which means it’s time to fill your home with all the bunnies, chicks and eggs. We’ve collected 47 free Easter crochet patterns so you can get creative and get excited about spring all at the same time. Why not start with Yarn Inspiration‘s bunny garland, pictured above?
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Your free Easter crochet patterns collection
Annika Nilsson‘s fab amigurumi chicks are definitely something you can’t miss making this Easter.
Make Yarn Inspiration‘s crochet Easter bunny garland and hang it on your wall or curtains for a proper Easter atmosphere.
It’s your choice – do you want to use Skip to my Lou‘s crochet easter basket as a cute decoration or as a handy mini chocolate eggs holder?
These beautiful amigurumi Easter eggs by Zeens and Roger have vintage floral vibes and are ideal for more paired Easter décor.
Here at Mollie, we just love Crochet 365 Knit Too‘s big crochet Easter basket. It’s just the right size for a big chocolate Easter egg, or a real bunny… Your choice.
These Easter amigurumi bunnies melt our hearts. Check out Crafty Bunny Bun‘s free Easter crochet patterns for three different sized bunny patterns.
We’re always up for easy crochet rabbit patterns and if the rabbit has a practical purpose then that’s even better. Find Your Crochet’s pattern here.
Where there’s a bunny garland, there has to be an e(gg)quivalent doesn’t there? Skip to my Lou‘s simple two-step tutorial shows you how to crochet Easter eggs and chain them together into a fab and colourful garland.
We love this little Easter amigurumi chick by Crochet For You.
5 Little Monsters‘s crochet Easter eggs are a fab hunt alternative for when the kids have had enough choc!
Sew Historically‘s crochet rabbit pattern is for absolute beginners, and can be strung into a garland, added to a card or made into gift tags. We’re always up for a 2-for-1 pattern.
Choose which colour variation of Petals to Picots‘ free Easter crochet basket you like best and create your own beautiful treat bags.
Cadbury’s Creme eggs are simply too good to just lay around all exposed. Darn Cosy gets it covered with her bunny egg covers.
Little ‘uns will love Grace and Yarn‘s crochet easter bunny headband.
Thoresby Cottage‘s crochet bunny ears make fun additions to your Easter eggs.
These free Easter crochet patterns aren’t just for anybody. Krawka‘s crochet egg cosies are only for superheroes.
Craft some amigurumi carrots using Spin a Yarn Crochet‘s pattern. Your crochet Easter bunny will definitely thank you.
Super simple, super quick and super cute. This crochet rabbit pattern by Kirsten Ballering is all we need this Easter.
Try Joice Geysler‘s free pattern for this crochet Easter wreath and decorate your front door.
We love these crochet egg hats by RedTedArt. It’ll keep them warm while they’re waiting to be found!
In a hurry? Crochet these stripy Easter egg covers. Feel like doing more? Crochet Karen Goss‘ Easter bunnies to cover your creme eggs instead.
This little pal calls for some Easter cuddles. Craft your own with Zoe Bartley‘s crochet rabbit pattern.
Spin a Yarn Crochet‘s Easter amigurumi bunnies are just the right size to be squeezed into an Easter basket or a pocket. Make loads for your friends and family in their fave colours.
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To all our cute character fans, Krawka has your back with her free Easter crochet patterns.
Brighten up your home with these crochet Easter bunny coasters by Evonne Umbel.
Cuteness overload! We just love The Cozy Chipmunk‘s crochet Easter chick.
Ami Amour brings us two free Easter crochet patterns – choose between the crochet Easter chick named Eggy and the crochet Easter duck named Yolk. Have you ever heard such apt names?
Go all vintage with these crochet Easter eggs made in pink tones! Get Lulu Loves’ free Easter crochet pattern here.
Bring a bit of magic to your crafting and turn your eggs to carrots with Winding Road Crochet‘s crochet Easter egg covers.
Change your eggs into little egg babies with 1 Dog Woof‘s bunny hat.
Kirsten Ballering‘s bunny mug cosy adds a bit of Easter goodness to your teatime.
Tiny crochet Easter baskets for tiny choco eggs. Find Crazy Patterns’ tutorial here.
This fab pattern by Krazy Kabbage gets our heads spinning. Go crazy this Easter with these crochet Easter egg patterns!
Another egg pattern for you! Make our colourful decorations using our tutorial here.
Dare to do a bigger project this Easter? Spin a Yarn Crochet has an amazing crochet rabbit pattern on her site so that you can craft yourself an Easter bunny doll!
To all our Harry Potter fans, meet Ami Amour‘s crochet Easter chick!
Ektelykke‘s spring crochet Easter eggs can be hung around your home for an added seasonal touch.
Elif Tekten‘s tubby amigurumi bunnies can be crocheted in just two hours and they’ll make a great gifts for your friends.
Add some springtime to your dining table with these lovely Easter egg place settings by Petals to Picots.
There’s never enough creme eggs, nor cute crochet creme egg covers. Try Sandra Paul‘s crochet rabbit pattern.
Pick one of three free Easter crochet patterns by Erica Dietz and craft them all for a lovely set of crochet egg covers.
We’re obsessed with this super round amigurumi crochet hen and her chicks. Find amiguruMEI’s pattern here.
Bobble hats are for everyone, including eggs. Make Yvestown‘s crochet egg cosies this evening.
These crochet Easter chickens by Yarnhild have the longest legs we’ve ever seen!
Make Laura Maxell’s bunny garland using the free tutorial on our blog.
The vibrant colours on Miki Hemphill‘s crochet Easter egg mandala is totally a Mollie vibe.
And last but not least, Spin a Yarn Crochet has another free Easter crochet pattern, making her the official queen of Easter crochet. Make these cute amigurumi chicks and give them alongside all your Easter gifts.
We hope you find some inspiration in our free Easter crochet patterns collection, and that you’ll cover your homes with crochet Easter decorations. If you make any of these patterns, don’t forget to add the hashtag #molliemakers when you share your pictures on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.