#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.

What do you need to crochet a bunny?

  1. Crochet hook – 3 mm
  2. DK yarn – Red Heart Detroit / even Sport 2 yarn is ok
  3. a pair of scissors
  4. a contrasting color thread / a stitch marker
  5. a pom-pom maker
  6. needle to weave in ends and sew parts