These crochet Easter amigurumi are perfect for non-food gifts to put in your little’s Easter basket this year!
Find the free patterns below for the flower crown chick, unicorn, and bunny.
Aren’t these just the cutest?! I made a few chicks (without the flower crown) last year for my son’s Easter basket, and about a month ago I made the bunny pattern (which is basically the chick but with bunny ears!)
The unicorn I made just a few days ago to make a cute little set to send along to my niece for Easter! It’s the same base as the chick and bunny, I just had to add the horn and ears to make it an adorable unicorn. 🙂
All of these unique non-food Easter basket ideas have the option to put in a shaker! It’s pretty simple: add some rice or beans to a small plastic Easter egg and put it inside with the stuffing!
It’s a great little noise maker for toddlers or you can opt to leave it out for just a cute little stuffie!
In addition, you can leave out the flower crowns and they will be suitable for little boy’s baskets!
Once I made the unicorn, I looked around on Pinterest and saw that a fellow blogger made a pretty darn similar one! I didn’t write up another pattern for it because why fix something when it’s not broke?
*If you’d like to make the style of flower crowns to match the other two, you can find the flower crown pattern here in the bunny post.
A Word of Caution
I would like to caution when making these, depending on the yarn you use they may come out bigger than expected. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice for all of them and they came out to about 4-5″.
Using something like Red Heart or I Love This Yarn! may result in a much bigger animal. If you prefer that, great! If you would rather have something on the smaller side, I suggest using a smaller hook size if you go with a worsted weight yarn that is not Vanna’s Choice.
I hope these little toys will make your littles smile and that they love finding these little toys in their Easter baskets!