Add a Touch of Spring to Your Home With 7 Easter Knitting Patterns

We just had a 6-inch snow here in North Carolina, followed by a 60-degree Sunday that made me ache for spring. I need something to keep me busy while the weather pulls it together, so I’ll cope with it the only way I know how: Easter knitting patterns!

From chicks to bunnies and baskets, busy yourself with decorating your home with seven spring-inspired knitting patterns.

Sweet Bunny Easter Egg Holder knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member deniza17

Sweet Bunny Easter Egg Holder

This bunny is meant to hold eggs, but you could also stash Easter grass, candy, or other spring treats in there. It’s also a great way to present an Easter gift! You’ll get plenty of short row practice as you stitch your bunny.

Get the Sweet Bunny Easter Egg Holder pattern here.

Daffodils knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Julie Taylor

Daffodils

Flowers aren’t super cooperative this time of year, and real ones wilt quickly anyway, so pop a little color into your home with a vase full of daffodils. Designer Julie Taylor also suggests using one of the flowers as a brooch, wreath embellishment, or even a napkin ring.

Get the Daffodils knitting pattern here.

Chocolate Egg Owl Easter knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Vicky Gordon

Chocolate Egg Owl Easter Pattern

If you’re a fan of those famous creamy Easter eggs, you’ll definitely want to knit one of these owls. After Easter is over, you can fill the owl’s arms with other seasonal goodies, or just keep it around because it’s cute!

Get the Chocolate Egg Owl Easter Pattern here.

Knit and Felt Egg Ornament knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Amy R. Munson

Knit and Felt Egg Ornaments

Have any 100% wool yarn in your stash? I bet it would felt beautifully to make a little collection of these Easter eggs. Embroider them or add trim, buttons, and other embellishments to add a little something special.

Get the Knit and Felt Egg Ornaments pattern here.

Easter Sheep Egg Cozies knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Sylvia Leake

Easter Egg Sheep Cozies

Rabbits and chickens often overshadow sheep in Easter decor. You can give sheep the attention they deserve when you place these sweet little cozies on top of your eggs. It would make a great Easter table decoration.

Get the Easter Egg Sheep Cozies pattern here.

Easter Basket knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Knitables

Easter Basket

This is a versatile Easter knitting pattern. It’s a great little basket for giving Easter treats, but it could also be a tabletop decoration or even a soft toy. You won’t need much yarn to knit this one up. Don’t be afraid to use unexpected, nontraditional colors!

Get the Easter Basket pattern here.

Egglets knitting pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Cutiepatootees

Egglets

I love the inspiration behind this cute pattern. Designer Cutiepatootees created this pattern after being inspired by her three daughters who are seriously into preparing food in their play kitchen. Use the plain eggs for play and save the cute chicks for your Easter decor.

Get the Egglets pattern here.

Many of these Easter projects are great stashbusters. Want even more ideas for busting your stash? Try Bluprint’s new Stashbusting class with Clara Parkes to discover strategies to make the most of your scrap yarns.

What are you knitting to usher in spring and Easter?

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