It’s officially the Easter countdown, which means it’s time to take all the eggs, bunnies and chicks out of hibernation. If you feel like knitting up something adorable this spring then you’ll want to scroll through these 53 easy Easter knitting patterns. We carefully curated them so even absolute knitting newbies can find themselves an Easter project. Start with these knitted rabbits (above) by Clair Garland that you can find here.
Keep scrolling to find a whole bunch of easy Easter knitting patterns. If you need more Easter goodness, check out our blog posts below.
Your easy Easter knitting patterns
Let’s start this Easter with some easy Easter knitting patterns by Emily Kintigh. Just pick your favourite colour and knit away.
You already know Dot Pebbles and her Easter bunny tutorial from our blog post here. Click, read, knit.
Check out Linda Dawkins‘ free egg cosy knitting pattern which will keep your Easter eggs well hidden from little hands.
Believe it or not, Gina Michele‘s knitted Easter bunny is one of the easiest Easter knitting patterns. It’s just a square tied to a rabbit shape – so simple!
This Easter egg tutorial by Little cotton rabbits is free and waiting for you to start knitting.
We just had to include this knitted Easter bunny teapot cosy by HandyLittleMe. Tea breaks are a must during all that egg hunting.
Follow Garn Studio‘s knitted chick pattern and let others be blown away by your knitting skills.
We love these pinky tones on Purl Soho‘s egg cosy pattern.
Brighten up your Easter with these egg cosy knitting patterns in all different sizes – follow Anna Funnell’s tutorial here.
Swap your regular basket for this beautiful knitted version, complete with pastel eggs. Kaity Fraker‘s Easter knitting patterns are super-easy to make.
Frankie Brown‘s small knitted Easter basket would make a fab decoration for your desk, and is an essential for keeping your chocolate eggs close.
Where there are Easter chicks, there must also be Easter hens. Follow Yarnspiration‘s Easter hen pattern to knit up the whole farmyard crew.
Little Red Window‘s knitting pattern will brighten up any parent’s day. Who wouldn’t want their kid to sport a chicky hat?
Hang these knitted Easter bunnies around your home thanks to Cvetulka‘s easy Easter knitting pattern.
Give teatime a subtle seasonal vibe with Sybil R‘s Easter bunny placemats. You can knit yours in whatever colour combo you like.
A quick and easy addition to add to your ever-growing knitting pattern collection. Keep your eggs cosy with knittingbypost‘s easy Easter knitting pattern.
Stacylyn Cottle knows there’s beauty in simplicity, which is why her Easter bunny heirloom blanket would make a lovely gift for any new mum.
Bring Easter vibes to your fave books with Ala Ela‘s knitted Easter bookmarks.
Janice Anderson designed this trio of knitted Easter hens and we’re hoping to see some sat around your home this spring.
Nikol Lohr‘s knitted kids bunny slippers look so cosy that we might resize them and knit them for ourselves.
Gemma Atkinson’s free Easter bunny knitting pattern makes for rather fab jar toppers.
We love the small chick popping out of Mama Hen’s pocket. Find the Easter knitting pattern for this tiny family on Knitting Toy Box‘s blog.
Knit Gina Michelle‘s gorgeous Easter baskets and fill them with hot cross buns over the Easter weekend.
We just love Drops Designs‘ Easter socks. If knitting socks is too challenging for you, make a dishcloth alternative using the same pattern.
Craft Bits‘s easy Easter knitting pattern means you can knit up some tasty hot cross buns. Can you smell them yet?
What a bee-autiful free egg cosy pattern by Amanda Berry.
One for all the mums out there – style your little ones with Louise Bollanos‘ fab hat and matching slippers.
Tuxedo Ted is a friendly knitted Easter bunny by J.G.Miller. We guarantee he’ll make a great companion for your Easter weekend.
It’s necessary to protect your fave creme eggs and Marianna Mel‘s bobble hats are a good way to disguise your treat.
Ala & Ela is giving away the knitting pattern for these finger puppets. Knit these for your little ones to keep them entertained on Easter Sunday.
Knit yourself a tiny Easter basket and collect all those chocolate mini eggs. Marianna has this super easy Easter knitted pattern on her blog, just for you.
We can’t help it, Amanda Berry‘s free egg cosy knitting patterns are just fab! Cheer up your breakfast table with this cactus egg cosy.
We fell in love with Amy Gunderson‘s adorable Easter bunny knitting pattern and the little bunny tail pom poms on the back of her socks.
Treat your cats this Easter withSelina Kyle‘s colourful Easter bunnies you can fill with catnip.
Gina Michelle made sure this Easter duck knitting pattern is suitable for beginners. Fill with Smarties and give to all your loved ones.
There’s never enough free egg cosy knitting patterns, and Sybil R‘s knitted Easter bunnies are one of the best. They’ll guard your eggs no matter what.
Easter duck or Easter bunny? Why not knit both. Susan B. Anderson has got you covered with her easy 2-in-1 Easter knitting pattern.
Crea Crafts suggest giving these spring ducklings instead of chocolate this Easter.
Another duck pattern! Frankie Brown‘s easy Easter knitting patterns can be knitted in all different colour variations.
We just can’t help it, we love Amanda Berry‘s easy Easter knitting patterns too much.
You know we’ve got your back when it comes to Harry Potter-themed knits. Follow Needles & Pins‘ magical creme egg knitting pattern and knit your own Golden Snitch.
Knitca‘s Easter bobble hats can be used as Easter or Christmas decs, making them worth knitting.
Drops Design‘s free knitting patterns are simply the best. Try knitting these fab baubles.
We love the speckled colours on these knitted Easter bunnies by Yarnspirations.
Kristen McDonnell‘s easy Easter knitting pattern can be used as a seasonal dishcloth or coaster.
Little Cotton Rabbits‘ Easter knitted bunny has the sweetest little face we ever did see.
It isn’t spring without sheep. Make Denise Jodoin’s coffee cup cosies here.
Tatyana Korobkova’s knitted chick is breaking free from his shell, just in time for Easter.
We didn’t believe it either, but Claire Garland‘s bunny is another easy Easter knitting pattern. You definitely need this cutie in your collection.
We can’t get enough of knitted bunnies, and this one comes with his own juicy carrot. Find this pattern by Val Pierce here.
Knittingbee‘s easy gift bags will come in handy for the big Easter hunt.
Is there a better way to finish off our easy Easter knitting patterns collection than with this chick bauble pattern by Drops Design? We think not. They’re just so round and fluffy.
Hopefully, we helped you to be Easter-ready with our easy Easter knitting patterns round up. If you craft any of these, don’t forget to tag us in a picture on Instagram, Twitter or post it on our Facebook wall.