The 25 Most Colorful Easter Crochet Patterns

Adriana Maronese  - March 26, 2021

Ever since I was a child, Easter has been one of my favorite holidays of the year! It’s just so much fun! When I was a kid, me and my cousins would spend the whole morning egg hunting in my grandparent’s garden, then we would go to mass, say hello to each and every person in town, and finally come back home to enjoy a six-hour-long family meal. What I love the most about it is that it’s always been the perfect excuse to get all my family together and spend quality time with them.

Easter is also the perfect opportunity to get involved in lots of craft projects. From garland making to egg painting to home decorating there are just so many options to immerse yourself in DIY. The sooner you start the better because there are so many cute things you can make that it can be hard to choose! 😍 Here I present a compilation of my favorite Easter-inspired crochet and amigurumi projects.

Enjoy our 25 favorite Easter crochet patterns for this season!

01

Cute Easter Egg

Check out these adorable pastel eggs! They are super easy and quick to make and will look cute in a basket. You could make one for each family member and give them different facial expressions to match each personality!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
02

Pokeball Easter Egg

No matter how old I am, Pokemon will always be an important part of my life. And if you’re like me, then you’ll probably enjoy this Pokeball Easter egg project too. Such a fun twist on the classic egg, that can be given as gifts to children (or adults).
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
03

Easter Bunny Eggs

Can’t decide between eggs or bunnies? No problem! This fun project combines the best of the two in such an elegant way. Use two shades of the same color, or create your own color combinations. The possibilities are endless.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
04

9 Crochet Flower Appliques

There’s nothing prettier than a table full of flowers! Elevate your Easter table decor game with this beautiful set. And flowers are so versatile you could save some and use them for Mother’s Day decorations as well!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
05

Unicorn Easter Egg

These unicorn Easter eggs are extremely adorable! If there are children in your family, I’m sure they would love these soft and colorful unicorns. Not only the perfect decoration element but also a cuddly toy kids can play with.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
06

Easter Bunny Hunt Basket and Eggs

Make egg hunting activities so much more fun with this beautiful bunny hunt basket. Kids of all ages -including 30 and above- will enjoy collecting eggs and treats with this adorable bunny-shaped Easter basket.
Size: Large
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
07

Surprise Chocolate Egg

We all love good surprises, especially if they come wrapped in chocolate! This cute little ballerina bunny found the perfect hiding spot inside a delicious chocolate egg. I warn you, it won’t be easy to get her out of there!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
08

Easter Chic-Chics

This little chicks gang is simply adorable! They will make the perfect complement to your Easter eggs basket. Make these cute little chickens and give them out as a small present to family members, friends, or colleagues.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
09

Easter Bunny Gnome

If you’re looking for something different to decorate your table this year, then this might be the perfect project for you! This pattern includes instructions on how to make an Easter gnome and also 4 different egg covers: a chick, a carrot, a daffodil, and a bunny.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
10

Easter Egg Cozy

No need to paint Easter eggs when you have these adorable egg cozies! Everyone in your family will be talking about these for a while, and don’t be surprised if at the end of the meal you’re missing one or two… they’re simply irresistible!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
11

Spring Flower Bulbs (Set of 3)

Spring is here! And these beautiful flower bulbs are ready to bloom in all their splendor. Decorate your home for Easter or give it as a gift on Mother’s Day! And what’s best, these flowers need no water to survive.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
12

Pocket Duck

These adorable ducklings have just hatched and are ready to fill the world with color. Pick your favorite pocket duck version, or make all three of them! Or hundreds of them! I think I wouldn’t be able to stop.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
13

Chicken Bean Bag

Here we have a simple and easily customizable pattern that is just too adorable! Make a couple of these in different colors and place them on your Easter table, or use them to decorate your kitchen.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
14

Mini Crochet Basket

These little Easter baskets would make a stunning plate decorating element. You could fill them with colored paper and small chocolate eggs and treats to make them pop. Besides, it’s an excellent souvenir for your guests to take home.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
15

Charlie The Easter Bunny Chick

Charlie is a cute little chick who dreams of becoming an Easter bunny to be able to give chocolate eggs to all the kids around the world! This crochet pattern is very easy to follow and includes great pictures to help you along.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
16

Tulip Applique

A simple and easy tulip applique design, suitable for beginners. These are super versatile and can be attached to clothes, accessories, and home decor elements. It is also a great project to do with your kids.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
17

Cute Roosters

COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO! This fabulous pattern was originally designed to commemorate the Year of the Rooster, but I think it would also make a terrific Easter or spring decoration. It’s so fluffy and cute that it just had to be part of this compilation!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
18

Spring Bunnies

Each spring, flowers start blooming and little bunnies come out of their nests. It’s such a wonderful time of the year! This Easter egg design represents the best of spring in one beautiful pattern.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
19

Chubby Spring Chicks

If you’re looking for a quick, cute and fun project, you’re in the right place! These chubby chicks are very easy to make and will bring lots of color to your Easter table or eggs basket. You can create endless color and texture combinations!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
20

Easter Bunny Garland

Check out these adorable bunny butts! You can place them in an Easter eggs basket or put them together in a garland. These would also look cute as a nursery decoration. Pick any colors you want and make tons of them, or give a second life to your yarn scraps. 
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
21

Chester The Friendly Rabbit

Chester is a helpful little bunny that loves assisting kids when it comes to egg hunting missions. He has a great sense of smell and an acute vision that will ensure that no Easter egg is left behind.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
22

Mini Birds (Set of 8)

Nothing says spring more than a nest full of little birds! This beautiful pattern includes instructions on how to make 8 different types of birds. These would look wonderful in a basket on your Easter table.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
23

Easter Chick with Bunny Ears

Contrary to what people might believe, this is - make no mistake - an Easter bunny pattern. Not only is he a bunny, but also an incredibly smart one. I’m so in love with the cute little glasses this chick -ahem- bunny is wearing.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
24

Sleeping Rabbit and Carrot

Shhh! In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a sleepy bunny in that carrot. Poor thing must’ve passed out after eating all those chocolate eggs! I can’t blame him, because I would’ve done exactly the same thing!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
25

Tiny Carrots

These little carrots are super fun to make and can either be a standalone project or can accompany other creations. You could also attach them to a ribbon and make cute spring-themed napkin holders.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
About the author

Adriana Maronese

I taught myself how to crochet a few years ago and haven’t been able to stop since then. I created this platform to help passionate crocheters like me feel inspired to create more. Because I truly believe life without art would be just boring.
To practice any art, no matter how well or how badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. So do it.” – Kurt Vonnegut

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