Easter Pattern around-up


Pipsqueak is a super cute and quick no sew crochet pattern that is great for market prep, easter basket fillers, or a last minute gift.

Funny Bunny

Funny Bunny is a super cute bunny that comes with instructions on ear placement as shown, as well as the traditional standing straight up ears. Either way, this bunny turns out adorable every time!

Pocket Bunny

Super quick and easy, no sew Pocket Bunny is a great stash buster and can be stuffed into eggs!

Bunny Rabbit

Simply Cute no sew Bunny Rabbit is an easy to follow novice pattern for making amigurumi, the pattern takes you through some of the basic shaping and each piece is worked in the round.

Baby Rabbit

The rabbit is crocheted from top to bottom. A head and body are crocheted as one piece, forelegs are crocheted from the holes left.
Only the ears, tail and hind legs are sewn on.

Rag-doll Bunny

Includes instructions for crocheting a bunny ragdoll or pillow. Bunny stands 12.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide.

Easter Tails Pillow

This cute, bunny pillow come with directions and charts to make your own Easter Pillow! Perfect for a gift, home decor piece, nursery item, or for yourself!

Bunny and Carrot

This adorable crochet pattern includes instructions for creating a Bunny Plush Lovey, complete with a carrot companion.

Bunny Pillow

Modern farmhouse style crochet pillow. Adorable in a nursery, Easter decor, a quaint addition to any home


Easy crochet pattern with step by step photos helpful for beginners.

Easter Basket Set

This fun crochet pattern bundle features a bunny, chick, and sheep shaker-style rattle patterns! You get all three patterns in one convenient bundle!

Easter Lamb


Quick/No Sew Amigurumi Patterns for Market Prep

Almost daily I see makers asking for quick patterns or patterns that require little to no sewing and make great market prep items, so I have compiled a list of patterns that work up quickly and/or are “no sew”, making them great for market prepping!

Cora the Whale
Cora the whale is approximately 5” tall, worked in the round with NO sewing, and works up quickly using super bulky weight yarn (specific yarn used is linked in the pattern). She is perfect for last minute gifts and market prepping and looks adorable in any color!

Hilda the Hippo

Hilda the hippo is a no sew pattern, perfect for a quick make and market prepping.
Baby Shark
Make your very own ocean full of sweet Baby Sharks with this simple and quick, no-sew crochet pattern. This pattern works up well in many different types and sizes of yarns, simply adjust your hook and safety eye size to match your yarn size.
The main body is one piece, only need to sew legs, head and antennas!
Pocket Octo
Pattern is worked in the round from the head down using one continuous piece of yarn and requires no sewing.
Create your own little ray in just an hour or two! This easy-to-follow pattern includes one PDF file with detailed instructions and pictures on how to crochet and assemble all the parts to make this manta (or eagle) ray!

Alfie the Frog
No Sew Turtle

Gno Sew Gnomeo
Gno-Sew Gnomeo is a plush gnome that is constructed all in one piece, the only pieces you’ll need to attach are the beard and decorations you choose to personalize your own gnomes!

Gracie Doll
This rag doll style crochet doll is so fun to make, and best part? It requires NO SEWING!!!
Leggy Frog
I must warn you, your life will soon be overtaken by leggy frogs. You will quickly have a froggy army on your hands with this quick no sew pattern.
Tank the Turtle
Tank is sure to be your next favorite pocket pet. He is the perfect size for little hands, quick make and seriously NO sew! Only one tail to weave in at the very end.
Pomsie Pocket Kitten
These no sew kittens are cute and pocket size, perfect for snuggles!
This no sew sunflower is cheerful and perfect for summertime. It’s easy to change up the colors to create daisies, asters, or more.

Plush Bee
These plush bees work up super quickly and the only sewing required is the wings.

Of course, there are tons of awesome quick/no sew patterns available, but these are a few I have compiled so far, I hope you found a few that you enjoy!

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Fall Pattern Roundup

Crochet Farmhouse Plaid Pumpkins
Pattern by SheepishStitches

The Farmhouse Plaid Pumpkins are cute, rustic, and EASY! The plaid isn’t worked in the typical plaid method you may be accustomed to. With a twist on the traditional technique, you’ll love how simple this adorable pumpkin really is to create and how quickly you can make your very own plaid inspired pumpkin patch!

Crochet Witch Backpack
Pattern by ACraftyConcept

Learn step-by-step how to make this spooktacular witchy crochet backpack just in time for Halloween. Free tutorial includes video, photo and written instruction.

Crochet Poison Apple Halloween Doll

Pattern by MonsterHook

They are small, they are bad and they only distribute spoiled candy to greedy children 🍭🎃☠️

Crochet Jack-O-Lantern Bag
Pattern by LoopsandLoveCrochet

These Jack O’ Lantern bags are perfect for trick or treating! This free pattern works up super fast in double stranded worsted weight yarn, and the fun facial features are sewn on at the end.

Crochet Succulent Pumpkin Cozy

Pattern by Mjsoffthehookdesigns

Follow this crochet tutorial to make your own gorgeous crochet succulent garden. This tutorial not only teaches you how to crochet the succulent pumpkin cozy but also how to make the potted succulent.

Crochet Skull Earrings
Pattern by CrochetKnitJewelry

These skull earrings are unique and memorable, making them a great accessory any time you want to be festive and can’t wear a whole costume.

Crochet Hazel the Happy Witch
Pattern by LoopsandLoveCrochet

Hazel the Happy Witch is friendly and fun to crochet. She is about 12 inches and perfect for cuddling! Hazel can also sit on a shelf to add to your Halloween décor.

Crochet Candy-Corn Garland
Pattern by Aubrey&Aaden

Add some fall décor to your walls or mantle with this beautiful candy corn Garland. Each candy corn is approximately 3.25” tall and adjustable along the garland to create a length that works for your space. Uses basic stitches and worsted weight yarn, this is a great beginner/intermediate project that works up quickly.

Crochet Hello Pumpkin Pillow

Pattern by BrianakDesigns

The Hello Pumpkin Crochet Pillow is a festive fall décor piece for any fall lover!

Crochet Boho Rustic Pumpkin
Pattern by KnitsandNova

Get ready for fall with this cute Boho inspired pumpkin pattern…rustic, yet elegant for that extra special touch in your home

Crochet Treat Jar

Pattern by RavenTraxDesigns

These cute little treat jars work up quickly, making them a perfect last minute treat for teachers, classroom exchanges or trunk or treats!

Crochet Bat

Pattern by KnottedFaux

This is a pattern for a foot tall bat with a 20-in wing span. This item is made with glass claws and has wire in each toe so it can cling to things.

Crochet Clown Cat

Pattern by tanflowconcrochet

Who wants to float? 🎈

Meet the maker

Hello and welcome to Sheepish Stitches! My name is Bobbie Anne and I’m the creative mind behind Sheepish Stitches.

I remember as a small child going to my great grandmother’s and she almost always had a hook in her hand whipping something up! You name it, she probably crocheted it! I also recall seeing my grandmother crocheting at times and as I got older my mom was crocheting too! While we all have our own “specialties” this craft runs in generations of my family. So you see, yarn was just calling me.

After seeing all the lovely things they were making, I took it upon myself to learn the craft. Id admire lots of amazing makes on social media! All the beautiful creations kept me inspired to keep going. Sure, there were days I wanted to quit, but after taking a short break, I was right back at it! I have come a long way since my first wonky wash-cloth.

Inspired by other makers, I found my style and opened my Etsy shop. In the beginning, I never would have imaged I would be making stuffed toys and designing my very own patterns all while creating my very own crochet following. Once my following grew and my patterns became more noticed, I opened a Ravelry pattern store and a few years later I have designed my very own stand alone website! You can find my patterns at SheepishStitches.com
I strive to continue to grow my audience and continue to bring you modern, cozy, and stylish patterns.

When I’m not playing with yarn you can find me enjoying time with my toddler. J, as I like to call him, is sure to keep me busy. As a mompreneur it can be tough to balance it all and it sure is exhausting some days, but it is all worth it! I love that I am my own boss and I can be home with him during his young years. I love that I can sit outside while he enjoys the summer days splashing around or chasing the dog, taking walks, or going tot he park. I enjoy watching him learn and grow.

Enough about me, Id love to see your Sheepish Stitches items! If you share on social media be sure to tag me on Instagram @Sheepish_Stitches and use #SheepishStitches to possibly be featured!

Happy Crafting!
Bobbie Anne

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