There has been no official word if the Bunny received a stay-at-home order in lieu of hopping down the Bunny Trail this year, but either way we’re going to be prepared. Us makers know how to make a holiday special no matter the circumstances, which is why we rounded up four Easter Accessories patterns to kick start your holiday inspired projects. Make something to wear or add to a basket to make your day a bit brighter.

Little Easter Bunny by Tatiana Kostochenkova

Add this crocheted bunny to any Easter basket. The adorable little fella, complete with clothes and bowtie calls for less than 200 yards of sport weight yarn. Grab a handful of colors and a size 2mm crochet hook to work your way through the 16-page pattern filled with photo tutorials. There is even two video tutorials to help you on the way, too.

Momo Socks by EweKnit Toronto

Add a sweet pair of socks to your Easter outfit. If you’re headed on an egg hunt or just snuggling up on the couch, these socks will add a bit of cute to your look. Hold two strands of lace weight yarn together (or just grab a fingering weight yarn) and knit these ankle height socks from the cuff-down.

The Linen Bag by Anna Obrzud

Crochet yourself a modern Easter basket. This small crochet tote is the perfect size to fill with Easter treats, take on an egg hunt, or just fill with jelly beans. Use bulky weight yarn and a size 6mm needle to crochet this bag in the round, from the bottom up.

The Spring Rebozo by Laura Vargas

Be prepared for any weather with this lightweight wrap. Use DK weight yarn to crochet stripes of lacework over this long, rectangular wrap. Wrap it around your neck or drape it over your arms to keep you looking and feeling your best during any weather the day might bring.