Crochet Easter Bunny

Hi friends,

I found the cutest Crochet Easter Bunny pattern here at Winding Road Crochet! It’s a free pattern and I just fell in love with the little bent ear – how cute is that?!?! Adding a pom pom tail and a lace ribbon bow makes it such a sweet bunny.

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It’s a super easy pattern to follow and works up very quickly. It’s worked in 2 pieces that you crochet together and stuff with Poly-Fil. I used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek yarn in Soft Pink and Silver Grey with an I/5.5mm hook to stitch up my bunnies.

I used a Clover Pom Pom maker (the 1-5/8 inch size) and I Love This Yarn in White to make the cute bunny tails. I took the yarn tails from tying the pom pom together and threaded them through my stitches to tie the pom pom onto the bunny. Then I added a lace ribbon bow. The finished bunny measures about 12.5 by 5.5 inches.

I think this cute bunny would be adorable in a baby’s nursery or a toddler’s room. You might want to use it just for decoration though due to the pom pom tail and the ribbon bow – better to be safe!

Since the Crochet Easter Bunny works up so quickly, it would be a fun addition to an older child’s Easter basket. Or a sweet addition to your own Easter decor!

Anita

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4 Responses to Crochet Easter Bunny

  1. Kathy says:

    I think I will try this for my niece’s new baby. I just won’t put on the pom pom or the ribbon. Think it will look ok without it?

    Like

  2. Regina Manning says:

    Adorable

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