Adorable Crochet Patterns Perfect For Easter

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Are you looking for an adorable crochet pattern perfect for Easter? Or do you need a quick last minute Easter gift that will impress your friends? Then you have come to the right place. Check out this list of 17 Adorable Crochet Patterns Perfect For Easter! #crochet #crochetpatterns #eastercrochet #crochetforspring #crochetroundupAdorable Crochet Patterns Perfect For Easter

Are you ready to say goodbye to the cold dark days of winter and say hello to spring? Because Spring has arrived, along with the warm sunny days and fun holidays like Easter!

These crochet patterns are super cute and will look great with your Easter decorations. Most of the patterns are quick and easy, perfect for a beginner, or a last minute Easter gift!

Check out this list of 17 Adorable Crochet Patterns Perfect For Easter!

 

Little Cottontail Hat

This adorable little cottontail hat will look adorable on any baby and will make a perfect Easter gift. You can make this super cute hat with this crochet pattern perfect for Easter!

Via Pikadilly Charm

 

Crochet Easter Basket

Get your Easter basket ready with this quick and fun crochet project that utilizes nylon twine from the hardware store! Front post and back post double crochet stitches are used to create a basket weave look to the sides of the basket.

Via Ravelry

 

Spring Chick Hat

This patterns is really easy to make and is perfect for beginners just starting crochet. All your friends will be impressed when you bring your little one over for Easter with this adorable hat!

Via The Stitchin’ Mommy

 

Easter Basket

You can make this super cute mini Easter basket for all the kids in the family with this adorable crochet pattern perfect for Easter!

Via Crazy Patterns

 

Easter Peep Kawaii Cuddler

You won’t be able to resist crocheting a Peep candy bunny to share with all your friends. He (or she) can be any color you’d like and remain calorie free! Bonus!

Via 3am Grace Designs

 

Easter Bunny Mug Cozy

This pattern is seriously cute. The Easter bunny mug cozy makes for a great last-minute gift! This mug cozy is really quick and easy to make, in about two hours it can be finished.

Via Haakmaarraak

 

Crochet Easter Eggs

Those crochet pisanki can be reused year after year, it is quite easy to untie the ribbon and remove the egg. You can make this pisanki with this adorable crochet pattern perfect for Easter!

Via Coffee and Vanilla

 

Spring Chick Amigurumi

This adorable little chick will make a perfect addition to you Easter decorations and will look super cute in your home! You can make this cute little chick with this crochet pattern perfect for Easter!

Via 5 Little Monsters

 

Crochet Baby Carrot Toy

If you need a baby shower gift idea or want to make your favorite munchkin a handmade present for their Easter basket, this carrot patterns will make a sweet gift.  And of course, if you know a vegan baby, this veggie rattle is a total slam dunk!

Via Make and Do Crew

 

Spring Easter Basket

Are you ready to say goodbye to the cold dark days of winter and say hello to spring! You can make a fun springy crochet Easter basket, a pretty flower basket to add a little color to your days or to decorate Easter baskets for your little loves.

Via Petals To Picots

 

Spring Bunnies

Spring has arrived! If you never jumped on the bunny bandwagon, now’s your chance to join in on the fun and make your own Spring Bunny as the weather warms up and Easter approaches!

Via All About Ami

 

Easter Eggs

In an Easter basket, on a garland, or sprinkled throughout the house, these little eggs are a quick way to add a pop of color to your home. Also, they are fun to throw, up in the air, at people.

Via Ravelry

 

Little Chick Bean Bag

These little crochet chicks make the cutest Spring friends. These chicks can help you decorate your house for spring and made an adorable centerpiece for your table.

Via Petals To Picots

 

Crochet Egg Cozy

Keep your Easter eggs from cracking with some colorful crocheted egg cozies! This pattern is easy and quick to make! You can make these egg cozies with this adorable crochet pattern perfect for Easter.

Via Repeat Crafter Me

 

Easter Eggs Placemats

When it comes to colors, the more the merrier! Set the table with these quick-to-work placemats, the perfect way to combine bits and pieces of your stash.

Via Ravelry

 

Easter Bunny Basket

A darling little bunny basket to fill with Easter treats! This Easter bunny basket crochet pattern is quick and simple to work up and features long bunny ears that double as a handle. Pair it with some crocheted Easter eggs for a pretty holiday display!

Via Petals To Picots

 

Easter Eggs Pouch

Make this super cute Easter eggs pouch with this adorable crochet pattern perfect for Easter. You don’t even have to paint your eggs with this Easter egg pouch!

Via Ravelry

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Star Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

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Star Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern - this baby blanket is so sweet, you'll want to make one for your next baby or grandbaby. Simply switch up the colors to fit with any nursery decor. #crochetpattern #crochetblanket #crochetbabyblanket #crochetforbaby #crochetaddict #freecrochetpatternStar Stitch Striped Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

This month’s stitch of the month is the star stitch and what better way to showcase this gorgeous stitch than using it in a blanket. This baby blanket is so sweet, you’ll want to make one for your next baby or grandbaby. Simply switch up the colors to fit with any nursery decor.

While this stitch has a couple of minor challenging aspects, once you get through the first few rows, you’ll find yourself flying through the rest of it. And to keep it simple, we’ve used a basic single crochet for the border. Once you’ve completed one blanket you’ll find yourself looking for more babies who could use a cozy blanket to cuddle up with.

 

NOTE: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY/INTERMEDIATE

SIZE: 30” x 30”

MATERIALS:

  •        Hook: U.S. M/9.00mm
  •        Size 5 Bulky Weight Yarn  – Babe Softcotton Chunky Solids in COLOR A (09 Pure White) (x3), COLOR B (02 Baby Blue) (x1), COLOR C (25 Grey)(x1)
  •        Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet

PATTERN NOTES:

Star Stitch– see tutorial here

PATTERN:

Chain 82 (starting with color A)

Row 1: Insert your hook into the 2nd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 2 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 3rd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 3 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 4th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 4 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 5th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 5 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 6th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 6 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1 (this holds all 6 loops together).

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.*

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc into the top of the hdc from the previous row. Ch 1 into the hole or center of the star from the previous row. Ch 2 into the next hole or center of the star. Continue in this manner across the row. End with a sc through the top of the turning chain. Ch 2.

Row 3 (It’s helpful to watch the video for this tricky part at 9:40 in the video): Insert hook into the front loop of the 2nd ch from the hook, yarn over and pull through so there are 2 loops on the hook, insert hook in the back loop of the same ch, yarn over and pull through so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 3 stitches for a total of 6 loops on the hook.

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.*

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Rows 4-6: Repeat rows 2-3

Row 7-10: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 11-14: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Rows 15-20: Change to color A and repeat rows 2-3 (x3)

Row 21-24: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 25-28: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Rows 29-34: Change to color A and repeat rows 2-3 (x3)

Row 35-38: Change to color B and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 39-42: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x2)

Row 43-48: Change to color C and repeat rows 2-3 (x3) – Do not cut yarn at end of row

Border:

Border Row 1: Starting with the same yarn and color we ended the last row in, sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 2: Sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 3: Change to color B and sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Border Row 4-5: Change to color A and sc in each stitch around the perimeter of the blanket, remember to add 3sc into each of the four corners.

Cut yarn and weave in ends.

 

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17 Adorable Crochet Patterns For St. Patrick’s Day

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Need something green and festive for St. Patrick’s Day? Or need a quick decoration to spruce up your house? Then check out this list of 17 Adorable Crochet Patterns for St. Patrick’s Day! #crochetroundup #crochetpatterns #stpatricksdaycrafts #stpaddysday #holidaycrochet #crochetgift17 Adorable Crochet Patterns For St. Patrick’s Day

Are you looking for something green and festive to crochet for St. Patrick’s Day?  Well, you are just in time! Here are a variety of adorable crochet patterns perfect for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.

These patterns range from shamrocks to hats to leprechauns to baby booties. Most of the patterns are super easy and quick and will work great for beginners. We’ve also thrown in a few patterns that are a little more challenging for the more advanced crocheter.  

These patterns are a perfect addition to your St. Patty’s Day wardrobe and the festive decorations will look amazing in your home!

Check out our list below of 17 adorable crochet patterns perfect for St. Patrick’s Day now!

 

Shamrock Baby Booties

You don’t have to be Irish to make these adorable baby booties. You can make them with this super quick and easy crochet pattern. They will look adorable on any baby and will make a perfect baby shower gift for a St. Patty’s baby!

Via Hopeful Honey

Shamrock Hat

No need to worry about getting pinched this St. Patrick’s Day when wearing this festive Crochet Shamrock Earflap Hat! Simply constructed and fun for all ages! Start with a basic striped beanie pattern and then sew on a crocheted shamrock onto either side of the hat.

Via Repeat Crafter Me

 

Seamus Shamrock

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day , here is a fun little amigurumi shamrock pattern to help celebrate the holiday!

Via Spin a Yarn Crochet

 

Crochet Shamrock Scarf

Don’t be caught without green this St. Patrick’s Day! This Crochet Shamrock Scarf is the perfect accessory! You can make this very green scarf with this St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern.

Via Repeat Crafter Me

Clover Pillow

Use this St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern to make your own Clover Pillow, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

Via Stitched Pixels

 

Leprechaun Beer Hat Cozy

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day with the world’s cutest leprechaun’s hat beer cozy!  If you want to keep your beer cold, represent leprechauns, and show everyone your St. Patrick’s Day spirit than make this leprechaun beer hat cozy!

Via You Should Craft

 

Lucky Leprechaun

This amigurumi leprechaun will lead you to his pot of gold! You can make this super cute leprechaun with this adorable St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern!

Via Yarnspirations

 

Leprechaun Hat

Crochet this Leprechaun hat that is shaped like a bowl! It’s large enough to fit a candle inside or holiday treats! This is an easy and free St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern. Cute table topper or teacher gift.

Via Highland Hickory Designs

 

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Crochet Boot Cuffs

Find your inner Leprechaun with these fun and adjustable St. Patrick’s Day boot cuffs! They have a button closure, so they are adjustable for most sizes!

Via Intertwined Art

 

Luck of the Irish Crochet Coasters

These crocheted leprechaun coasters are the perfect place to rest your green drinks for St Patrick’s Day! You can make these adorable coasters with this quick and easy St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern.

Via Yarnspirations

 

Crochet Four Leaf Clover

Make some fun and festive crochet four-leaf clovers this St. Patrick’s Day with this super easy crochet pattern!

Via Bhooked Crochet

 

St. Patrick’s Day Wreath

Crochet this pattern for St. Patrick’s Day decorating.  All easy stitches just many parts. Perfect for anyone who could use a little extra luck!

Via Highland Hickory Designs

 

St. Patrick’s Day Chapeau

This hat is the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in lucky Irish style, complete with a pair of crocheted shamrocks and gold buckle.

Via Ravelry

 

Leprechaun Hat Jar Cozy

This jar is the perfect way to gift green foods to your friends and family for the holiday! This crochet Leprechaun hat is also easy to make. And it whips up in a couple of hours. This crochet leprechaun hat jar cozy is the perfect pattern for beginners!

Via Yarnovations

 

Shamrock Garland

Do you want to add a little St. Patrick’s Day flair to your home decor? You can make this quick and easy garland to add some green to your home with this quick St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern.

Via Handmade

 

Pot ‘o Gold Hat

This hat works up super quick and can be customized in so many different ways. You can make this hat with this easy St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern!

Via Ravelry

 

Amigurumi Pot of Gold

Leapin’ leprechauns, it’s your lucky day! You can make this adorable pot of gold with this St. Patrick’s Day crochet Pattern! This pattern is quick and easy and will look super cute in your house!

Via Crafty Alien

 

Shamrock Flower Crown

This shamrock flower crown will look great on any queen and is a perfect way to look festive even when you don’t have any green clothes! You can make this crown with this adorable St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern.

Via She’s Got The Notion

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The Star Stitch Crochet Tutorial

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Star Stitch Crochet Tutorial - the star stitch has a stunning starburst design, hence the name. The front of the stitch looks different from the back yet the back also has a lovely linear look to it. While this stitch isn't the easiest, it's certainly not overly challenging either. #crochet #crochettutorial #crochetaddict #crochetstitch #crochetvideoThe Star Stitch Crochet Tutorial

Welcome to my next installment of the stitch of the month! This month I’d like to introduce you to the beautiful star stitch.

The star stitch has a stunning starburst design, hence the name. The front of the stitch looks different from the back yet the back also has a lovely linear look to it.

While this stitch isn’t the easiest, it’s certainly not overly challenging either. The start stitch is a 2-row pattern repeat with row 1 forming the bottom of the star and row 2 forming the top.

Once you learn the steps and understand the one tricky section, you’ll find yourself looking for as many star stitch patterns as you can get your hands on. Look out for my upcoming star stitch baby blanket, coming soon!

The fantastic worsted weight yarn used in this tutorial is Cascade 220 color 8012 Doeskin Heather, get it here!

STAR STITCH PATTERN

In U.S. terminology

  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet

Start by chaining multiples of 2 + 2 to the desired length.

Row 1: Insert your hook into the 2nd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 2 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 3rd chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 3 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 4th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 4 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 5th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 5 loops on the hook. Insert your hook into the 6th chain from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop so you have 6 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1 (this holds all 6 loops together).

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.* 

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc into the top of the hdc from the previous row. Ch 1 into the hole or center of the star from the previous row. Ch 2 into the next hole or center of the star. Continue in this manner across the row. End with a sc through the top of the turning chain. Ch 2.

Row 3 (It’s helpful to watch the video for this tricky part at 9:40 in the video): Insert hook into the front loop of the 2nd ch from the hook, yarn over and pull through so there are 2 loops on the hook, insert hook in the back loop of the same ch, yarn over and pull through so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 3 stitches for a total of 6 loops on the hook. 

*Insert hook into the chain you just made (the hole in the middle of the starburst), yarn over and pull up the loop so there are 2 loops on the hook. Insert hook in between the last and second last post from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 3 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the last loop from the previous star stitch, yarn over and pull up the loops so there are 4 loops on the hook. Insert hook in the chain and pull up a loop for the next 2 chains for a total of 6 loops on the hook. Ch 1.* 

Repeat from * to * across the rest of the chain, ending with an hdc in the last stitch where you ended the last star stitch.

Repeat row 2-3 until you’ve reached your desired length. 

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