Last Minute Easter Amigurumi is a mini-collection of cute ideas. It’s your last chance to create something cute for your Easter table! It’s Monday already, so if you didn’t make any crochet decor, grab your hook now! Today’s collection will help you with that. You will find little chicks here, cube rabbits and smiling carrots! These items will certainly bring smiles on your guests’ faces. These projects are small and easy to make, so try them, even if you are a beginner. It’s a great opportunity to learn and make something sweet. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Little Weebee – Bunny Dolls Free Crochet Pattern
How sweet is this little amigurumi family? Absolutely adorable! If you want your children to spend this Easter playing with toys handmade with love, you still have a few days left to make that happen! This author chose lovely colors for her version. Why don’t you get inspired by it?
Level: upper beginner Author: Laura Tegg
Lizzy the Rabbit Free Crochet Pattern
Cube Bunny Rabbit is another adorable creature from Crafty Bunny Bun’s wonderful amigurumi collection. The base is so simple, absolutely beginner-friendly. Add ears and legs, and you will have the sweetest easter bunny. This author went for grey yarn. What color will you choose?
Level: beginner Author: Crafty Bunny Bun
Easter Baby Chick Free Crochet Pattern
Cute yellow chicks hatching from eggs are made with the use of basic amigurumi techniques. Try this project and place them on your festive table! This is certainly one of the cutest Easter amigurumi patterns we have ever seen!
Level: upper beginner Author: Annika Nilsson
The full article about the pattern and the photos are here.
Carrot Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
Add a bunch of smiling carrots to the decorations you are planning to put on your Easter table this year. They are so adorable! Your family will certainly appreciate your effort and admire your attention to detail. This author chose the crazy orange shade, but if you’d rather keep things simple, you can go for pastels as well.
Level: beginner Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet