I love to crochet. My grandmother taught me when I was a young girl and it’s been so much fun to hone my skills over the years with her. When she passed away a few years ago I was happy that I still had something in crochet to remember her by. She taught me everything I know about the art of crocheting and I owe my love of it to her. It sounds corny but I feel like I am having a conversation with my grandmother every time I pick up a pair of needles.
Because of this, it’s easy to see why I love practicing holiday crochet patterns whenever I can find them. So when I stumbled upon an adorable crochet peeps pattern I knew that I absolutely had to share. Keep reading for these super cute (and free!) crochet peeps patterns below.
Crochet Peeps Pattern From Ravelry
You’ll need your favorite yarn (no recommended thickness, just use your favorite!) and a 3.75 mm sized crochet hook to pull off these pretty crocheted peeps. You’ll also need a bit of stuffing to give it that stuffed animal look. These are the perfect size for young kids and toddlers!
Video Crochet Peeps Pattern From My Magical Corner
Sometimes, a video is much easier to follow than a written tutorial, it just depends on your learning style! If video tutorials are easier for you, be sure to click the link above for a great tutorial on making your own at home. She goes through it step-by-step and it’s easy to follow.
Crochet Animals Pattern from The Spruce Crafts
Since you are already crocheting your own peeps, why not crochet the animals for an entire farmhouse? This project will definitely take some time but it is so worth it in the end. check out the tutorial from Spruce Crafts to make your own. I can’t get over how adorable these are!
Lifelike Chicks from Digital Mobile Posts
Though they aren’t bunnies, I think these “chicks” could be considered peeps too. Just look how cute they are! These chicks look super lifelike and super adorable. I know several little kids who would love something like that!
No matter what tutorial you elect to craft with this Spring season, you are bound to end up with a cute craft that your kiddos will enjoy. Comment below and tell me which pattern you ended up choosing!