Easter Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for Easter baskets, toys for baskets, treat holders, decorations, egg cozies and more. Most patterns are free.
Flower Knitting Patterns
This garden of flower knitting patterns can be used for all sorts of knitting projects: to create centerpieces for special occasions, for brooches or other clothing embellishment, as appliques to other knitting projects, as home decor and more! Knit one or knit several to make a bouquet. Most patterns are free.
Sheep and Lamb Knitting Patterns
Knitters have a special fondness for sheep and lambs since they generously provide the supplies for our addiction — yarn! So it is only right that we honor them in our knitting with these adorable patterns! Most patterns are free.
Mini-Reversible Duck to Bunny - Free Pattern! - Blue Sky Fibers
Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, I wanted to be sure to get this pattern up in time for you to whip up a few before Easter and the spring season in general. I originally designed the Duck to Bunny toy as a teaching project for a few classes I was holding on my last book […]
Easy Easter Egg Dishcloth Knitting Pattern
Easy Easter Egg Dishcloth Pattern by Studio Knit This pattern includes two different sizes created on straight knitting needles and I demonstrate all of the basic knitting techniques! #StudioKnit #easteregg #knitting #dishcloth #knittingpattern
March Mystery KAL...
It's.. adorable. I hope everyone enjoys this months mystery cloth. My Mother had a hand in helping me sketch out a design so I'm going to gi...
Transform a few scraps of worsted weight yarn and a little stuffing into cute celebrations of spring. Left to right (front row): chick, owlet, duckling; (back row): lamb, bunny, frog.
Simple Cross Bookmarks
These bookmarks make extra-thoughtful gifts, with love and prayers in every stitch. A great use for small quantities of well-loved yarns. Choose ribbon or contrasting yarn to weave into the fabric, forming the cross. A tassel is an optional feature which adds a nice touch. Very simple!
EggHeads (an Easter Treat) pattern by Emily Ivey
If you buy cage-free, free range, organic or farm fresh eggs like many folks these days, your eggs are probably brown. Great for chickens! Bad for dyeing Easter Eggs.