We love decorating our homes with handmade items at Easter.
Seeing the look on guests' faces when they see all of our carefully-crafted makes as they arrive for a hot cross bun on Good Friday or roast on Easter Sunday gives us so much satisfaction.
From crocheting a bunny for the kids to cuddle to knitting a hen tea cosy to ensure your breakfast brew stays toasty, there are so many options for getting creative at this time of year.
We've even got a selection of patterns to make crochet eggs - perfect for anyone who's not a fan of the chocolate variety.
If we've tempted you to dig out your needles or crochet hook, we suggest getting started on a pattern or two from our round-up. We've included projects to suit every skill level.
Easter Sunday wouldn't be right without a visit from this cheeky bunny rabbit. The ideal project for beginners looking for a bit of a challenge, he's an intermediate make.
Why stop at one bunny when you can have three? This colourful trio of friendly-faced rabbits will certainly get you into the spirit of the season.
They're ideal for anyone who has mastered the basics of crochet.
Proving that eggs don't have to be chocolate to be a hit, these decorative ovals make for a cracking Easter display.
These pretty crochet pattern decorations look so lovely when hanging from plants, doors and handles in your home. You won't believe how easy they are to make too.
Could these hen and chick toys be any more adorable? Not only will they sit pretty in any room, they'll also give you a chance to put your stocking stitch ability to the test.
As well as looking lovely on your kitchen table, this hen tea cosy crochet pattern will work hard to keep your tea nice and warm too.
Serve your sweet treats in style this year by storing them in these gorgeous spotty baskets. This is a crochet pattern we're confident all kids will get excited about.
This bunny and bird duo are lucky enough to have their own snug, flower-laden home.
For more knitting and crochet pattern ideas, check out our Easter collection.