You will enjoy cuddles with a big bunny like Sunny! This pattern includes instructions for Easter eggs as well, so you can use up all your colorful yarn scraps.
Next ere is beautiful idea for your Easter table. These floral eggs are an easy and quick project for an effective and attractive Easter-themed insert for a tabletop or sideboard Easter montage, wreath or other accessory.
Learn how to crochet a unicorn with this lovely little pattern for babies. This free crochet pattern uses Bernat baby blanket yarn, making the final product extra cuddly and perfect for little ones. Additionally, this pattern uses a yarn design for the eyes instead of plastic pieces, ensuring that it is safe for even the littlest cuddlers. Crochet animal patterns like this unicorn make fantastic baby shower gifts.
From the Blogger:"Cuddles is made up of 9 elements - four legs, body, head, two ears and horn. You can work them in any order you like! Before each element is complete, you will need to add stuffing (before the opening is too small). Once each element is complete, I recommend attaching them in this order - front legs to body, head, back legs, ears and horn. Once you have attached all of the elements, bring cuddles to life by embroidering the eyes and adding a mane and tail!"
Finally, to add some color to our once again, here is another pattern that is vivid, in wild, spring colors. Without a doubt, this pattern will allow you to crochet as many personalized eggs as you want! A link to the free pattern is below photos.
It is hard to belive that you can make something so spectacular from scraps. Additionally, it is an easy pattern, good for beginners or people who have many kids in the familly and have to make a huge bunch in a short time As you can see, the combinations of hues are endless and don't have to be in traditional colors. Use various scraps of yarn and make this crochet easter toy one of a kind!
You get two patterns in one from Hooked On Patterns with this pastel crochet pattern. On the outside is a striped Easter egg that you can use for decoration in or out of Easter baskets. Flip the egg inside out, and you get a precious little Easter bunny. The pattern also includes instructions for making a crochet chick inside an egg as a companion for your crochet bunny.