Ravelry for Easter related knits. This one jumped out at me. I wasn't sure how hard the pattern was going to be. I've gotten used to reading patterns written by Susan B. Anderson, who writes wonderfully clear instructions to all her knittables. This pattern caused some confusion for me at first, but I eventually figured it out.
Truffle - how fitting for milk chocolaty goodness.
Embroidered eyes & Ribbon
My other knit project, and the project I originally intended on knitting for the swap was Rabbit, a free pattern on Spud & Chloe.
I love his expression!
Back view - see his cute bushy tail!
Our current swap is the Easter swap. For your secret swap partner you may choose to make any of Susan B. Anderson's Easter themed patterns - be it toy or hat. In my case, I chose to knit a toy and send the yarn and other necessary materials for a hat (Bunny Tail). And since it's Easter, there are so many yummy Easter goodies, it makes the swap so much more fun to include these items. For me, this meant chocolate eggs, Cadbury Eggs, marshmallow Peeps, Easter type games, mini chocolate bunnies, etc. I also sent a pattern for Chick & Egg (an Alan Dart pattern). I even made the swap wrapping Easter themed - wrapping all goodies in Easter treat bags and stuffing the box with Easter grass to provide a little extra protection for the more delicate objects.
Cadbury Chick. A quick knit that's meant to cover a Cadbury Egg (works for either large or small eggs). These would make for fun Easter baskets treats.