Our Five Free Pattern Downloads have expired. Don’t go anywhere yet! We’ve scoured the blog-o-sphere and Pinterest to bring you fantastic FREE Easter Amigurumi Patterns. These patterns were published by very talented independent designers on their blogs so check out the links. Stop by their blogs and discover new patterns, recipes, and ideas to tickle your creative fancy.
If you are new to Amigurumi these are perfect patterns to try as most are designed for beginners. They are designed by award-winning artists who have a lot of experience designing patterns.
Hello, Yellow Yarn is a project that comes from the passion of MJ, a talented mom, author, crocheter, and amigurumist from Sydney Australia. Be sure to check out her designs featured in Zoomigurumi7 and Amigurumi Monsters. From her talent, this adorable chick and bunny come to us in a Free Pattern. To crochet these adorable Easter cuties you will need a G – 6 (4 mm) crochet hook, DK/Light worsted acrylic yarn in yellow and white. You will also need a small amount of dark yellow and pink yarn, 4 x 12mm plastic safety eyes, polyester fiberfill, yarn needle, scissors, pink blush, cotton bud, small white fluffy pom-pom (for bunny’s tail), and a hot glue gun.
Lilleliis is a small company led by an Estonian based artist, Mari-Liis Lille, who publishes patterns in English, Dutch, Hungarian, Czech, and Russian. Mari-Liis has been designing handmade toys and crochet patterns for moms for almost a decade. The Little Friendly Duck free pattern requires a size D – 3 (3.25 mm) crochet hook and a small amount of Aran weight (worsted weight) yarn in 4 colors and is great for beginners. You will also need polyester fiberfill, safety eyes, and a darning needle.
Zeens and Roger is the crafting blog of fiber artist Rosina. She has been featured in crafting magazines and has wonderful crochet tutorials. Stop by Zeens for some wonderful free patterns and inspiration. For these Easter eggs, you will need lightweight DK yarn and a D – 3 (3.25 mm) hook. You will also need polyester fiberfill, a yarn needle and lightweight yarn in various colors.
The Kimsixfix is the ice-coffee addicted down to earth crafter you’ve been waiting for. She’s a mom of three and her love of power tools and fiber arts will have your creative juices flowing. For these adorable plush carrots, you’ll need medium worsted weight yarn in orange and green and a G – 6 (4 mm) hook. You’ll also need polyester fiberfill, scissors, stitch markers, and a yarn needle.
Happy Berry is the creative place of Laura Eccleston. She is a UK based fiber artist who has lots of great tutorials and free patterns. The Amigurumi Bunny pattern also requires DK light worsted yarn and a B – 1 (2.5 mm) hook. You will also need polyfill, a yarn needle, and scissors.
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