Welcome in March, lovely crafters! Are you enjoying waiting for the first days of spring? We certainly hope so! Do you feel fresh creative energy already? Without a doubt! How about the festive spirit before Easter? If you are not quite there yet, this post with crochet patterns for Little Amigurumi for Easter is going to get you in the right mood. If you need tiny gifts, lucky charms, or keychains, you have surely landed in the right corner of Your Crochet today. The links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Easter Amigurumi – Free Crochet Patterns
Pure cuteness! Is there a tradition of painting eggs for Easter in your country? We would love to hear about it! This adorable amigurumi pattern by the one and only Elisa Sartori is heart-melting. Do you think the same? Without a doubt!
The original pattern and the bottom photo are on Elisa’s Crochet:
The top photo is on Instagram here.
Dora the Sheep
One more pattern by Elisa’s Crochet that is almost to sweet to be true! This puffy crochet toy will bring you so much joy this Easter season. Will you make a bunch of them for your friends and family? You certainly should!
The original pattern and the photos are on Elisa’s Crochet:
A gnome for Easter? Who would have thought, right? We should thank brilliant Nina Milenkovic for this super original idea! If you want to crochet something different for the spring holidays this year, you certainly know what to do.
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry:
Are you familiar with Crochet for Justice? You should certainly go check out their Instagram feed and get informed about their admirable mission! This crochet pattern for sweet little bunny will bring the world so much joy this season.
The original pattern and the photos are on Yarn Plushies:
Amigurumi Easter Peeps
It’s peep season again. Although not edible, these amigurumi peeps are a great idea for your Easter table decoration, or as a small doodad for your kids’ Easter egg baskets. These cute little guys are easy to crochet and can use up a lot of otherwise unusable yarn ends that are just that little bit too big to throw away.