Crochet Easter Garland Pattern

Add a touch of handmade charm to your Easter decor with this crochet Easter garland. The crochet eggs feature a sweet flower design that’s perfect for Spring.

Orange egg shaped applique with daisy centre being held up to the camera.

How to Make a Crochet Garland

Crochet Garlands are super easy to make. You can string together just about any small amigurumi or applique/shape and you have a fun decoration.

Change up the colours and motifs to suit any occasion – you can’t go wrong!

Crochet egg shaped appliques in lime green, purple, orange and pink. The eggs feature a daisy centre.

About the Pattern

The floral eggs that make up this crochet Easter garland are worked in the round starting with a magic ring.

We’ll be fastening off and joining a new colour after rounds 1-3 before finishing with a partial round of varying stitch heights to create the egg shape.

Crochet Easter egg garland hanging in a yarn cabinet. The eggs feature a daisy centre with granny stitch border.

Why You’ll Love This Crochet Easter Garland

  • Scrap buster: Great for using up leftover yarn.
  • Versatile: The eggs can also be used as ornaments, appliques and gift toppers.
  • Quick & easy: Perfect for those with time constraints who are looking for a quick crochet fix.

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Crochet Easter Garland Pattern


  • DK weight yarn in yellow, white and egg colour (I used Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK in Mustard Yellow, Paper White and Lime Green/Bubblegum Pink/Blood Orange/Pansy Purple)
  • 3mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle, scissors

Abbreviations (US Terms)

  • ch – chain
  • bo – bobble stitch
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • sc – single crochet
  • tr – treble crochet
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • st/s – stitch/es
  • […] – repeat the instructions in brackets
  • (…) – indicates stitch count at end of round

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Special Stitches

Bobble Stitch (bo)

  1. Yarn over.
  2. Insert your hook into the indicated stitch.
  3. Yarn over and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook).
  4. Yarn over and pull through first 2 loops (2 loops on hook).
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 three more times in the same stitch (5 loops on hook).
  6. Yarn over and pull though all 5 loops on hook.
  7. Push bobble to the right side of fabric.

Standing Double Crochet

  1. Make a slip knot and place it on your hook.
  2. Yarn over with the working yarn. Use your finger to prevent the loops from moving around too much.
  3. Insert your hook into the indicated stitch.
  4. Yarn over and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook).
  5. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops (2 loops on hook).
  6. Yarn over and pull through the last 2 loops on your hook to complete the stitch.

Finished Size

The finished crochet eggs measure approximately 2.25″ tall x 1.75″ wide (6cm x 4.5cm). Size may vary depending on tension and materials used.


Gauge is not important in this pattern. However, using a different yarn and hook size will change the size of the finished item.


  • This pattern is worked starting with a magic ring.
  • You will be fastening off and joining a new colour after rounds 1-3.
  • Crochet over your ends where possible.
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of R1 does not count as a stitch.

Pattern Instructions

Egg (starting with yellow)

Make a magic ring.

R1: Ch 1, 8 hdc in magic ring, sl st to first hdc to join (8)

Fasten off yellow yarn.

The next round is made up of bobble stitches. Join white yarn in any st from the previous round with a ch 2 or standing double crochet.

R2: [Bo, ch 2] x8, join with sl st to first bo (8 bobble sts, 8 ch spaces)

Fasten off white yarn.

R3: Join egg colour with a standing double crochet in any ch 2 space from the previous round, 2 dc in same space, ch 1, [3 dc in next ch space, ch 1] x7, sl st to first dc to join.

R4: Sc in next st, hdc in next, dc in ch space, 2 tr in next st, tr in next, 2 tr in next st, dc in ch space, hdc in next st, sc in next (11)

Fasten off invisibly to the ch from the previous round. Weave in all ends.

Make as many eggs as you like.


I definitely recommend blocking your finished eggs so that they hang nicely.


  • Blocking mat
  • Rust proof pins
  • Spray bottle filled with water

Pin your crochet eggs into shape on the blocking mat.

Spray with water until damp and leave to air dry completely.


To join the eggs and make into a garland, simply chain your desired amount and sl st through the centre top of each egg (the middle tr st).

For the small garland that I made, I started by chaining 30 and spacing my eggs 20 chains apart.

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