#Bunnyalong18 – How to crochet a bunny | Free Pattern

I’ve finished this bunny almost a week ago, but it’s quite hard to find a few hours to edit the photos and publish it online. Between work and … well more work, I don’t have much time left for anything else. Hopefully this is just a temporary setback and in a few months I’ll be able to finish all those projects that are waiting for me in the WIP corner of the room.

If you’re looking for a relaxing project, that’s super fast and has the cute factor in it, here’s a free pattern for a crochet bunny. In a few hours you’ll finish this and you’ll gain more confidence in your crafting skills.

You’ll need the 3 mm crochet hook, DK yarn (even sport 2 is ok, or whatever scrap yarn you have left in your stash), a pair of doll eyes (or improvise and make them out of yarn), a pom-pom maker (or a piece of cardboard with a hole in the middle), sewing needle, scissors.

The bunny is worked in the round, make sure you have a marker or a piece of contrasting color to know where the row starts and ends. Continue reading

#bunnyalong 2018 – Spread the joy!

I love bunnies. I love making amigurumi bunnies and wearing bunny inspired crochet slippers. When I was a kid I was a huge, huge fan of Bugs Bunny, which probably explains why I love rabbits so much.

Because Easter is a few weeks away, I thought the best and easiest way to bring joy to my world is through good deeds and … bunnies.

So last night I started working on a very, very easy bunny pattern which I’m going to share with you in a few days. You can make these bunnies yourself and spread the joy in your own world.

But there are so many incredible and easy patterns for crochet rabbits out there. Two years ago I made these furries following a pattern by Joanne Jordan – free on Ravelry.

Why join the #bunnyalong18? Because it’s fun! And a little fun never hurt anyone. And it’s a wonderful opportunity to bring more joy to the people you love.

Will be back with my 2 new bunnies, stay tuned!

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