Easter Treats from Loop – and a Free Pattern!

Easter Treats from Loop – and a Free Pattern!

Hippity Hop! Guess who’s coming?

Easter is just around the corner, so we’ve rounded up a selection of our favourite Easter inspired treats, including a free crochet pattern for you!


Yes, we sell speckled yarns, that look like Easter eggs…

Madelinetosh Merino DK Easter coloured yarns at Loop London

but we also have lots of lovely gifts, for unique Easter treats.

This adorable bunny resin brooch is only £6.00 and comes in several Easter egg colours. I pick up pins like this to fasten fabric bags that I make for gift giving or egg gathering (pillow cases and kerchiefs will do in a pinch). They also look pretty wonderful to fasten on your knitted or crocheted shawls.

Resin bunny brooch, lead sheep and hand made flower garland at Loop London

We made the crochet flower garland from Rachel Atkinson’s ‘Whimsy Garland’ pattern in Loop’s 10 anniversary book.

It’s lambing season! We also sell the vintage lead sheep, which may not be suitable for small children, but look sweet in a windowsill with a little posy of Spring flowers.

Lead sheep at Loop London

Has that whet your appetite? We have more.

Wouldn’t these Sophie Digard handmade necklaces feel like a celebration of Spring?

Sophie Digard Spring Celebration necklaces at Loop London

They are embroidered, crocheted and appliquéd. They’re so charming, and will look good with outfits throughout the summer and into next autumn.

You can see more detail here. They’re crocheted from a melange of yarns, giving them unique colours. The velvet petals are stuffed and hand stitched.

Detail of bunny buttons and Sophie Digard necklace from Loop London

We have a lot of bunny buttons; you could clothe an Easter Pearly Queen in them! Above are pink and blue buttons in the shape of rabbit heads.  We also sell these more grown-up brown bunny buttons.

bunny buttons, hand-dyed ribbon and brass bunny brooch at Loop London

Another sweet brooch is this bronze hare, which would look nice fastening a spring shawl. The ribbon is hand dyed canvas with bird motif stamps.

We don’t just do bunny buttons…

Wooden chick buttons and hand dyed Monahan ribbon at Loop London

These wooden chick buttons are my favourite for a small (or fully grown) person’s cardigan!

Catherine Tough makes knitted, woolen bunnies and chicks, filled with lavender. They make a great addition to a room that’s been freshly spring cleaned or perched on top of a special guest’s pillow.

Catherine Tough lavender filled bunnies and chicks at Loop London

If these have tempted you to knit your own bunny, we sell kits for the cute guy below. They come with all the wool, stuffing, fabric, and needles you need to make him. If you haven’t got time to make your own, we also sell him ready made.

Catherine Tough bunnies, free crochet pattern bunnies and knitted bunny kit from Loop London

Free Crochet bunny Motif

If you like to crochet, we have a free pattern for the sweet decorative bunny motifs. They are designed by our lovely visiting  member of staff, Erika Hustler , who is staying with us for a few months from Switzerland! They’re lovely on their own or would look wonderful strung together as a garland.

Download your free bunny crochet pattern here:

Link to Loop London Crochet Bunny

Enjoy and Happy Easter!

Don’t forget that we are closed on Easter Sunday.

Many congratulations to the winner of last week’s prize giveaway , commenter “Bordergirl”, Irene Hurst of California! We’ll be sending your 3 bundles of Plant Dyed by Mehlsen out to you to enjoy!

4 Comments on “Easter Treats from Loop – and a Free Pattern!

  1. Thank you for the beautiful spring-filled & inspiring blog post. I’m going to make some of those rabbits. Hippity Hop !

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