I made these blue bunnies for my Grandaughters
I used this pattern
I had trouble with this pattern last year
So... I changed it to suit my style.
This is how I did it
My Blue Bunny
F size hook
Lily’s Sugar’n’Crème Cotton Yarn
Hdc = half double crochet
Ss = Slip Stitch
Sc = Single Crochet
Dc = Double Crochet
Magic Circle aka Adjustable Ring
Work 10 hdc into
aka “Adjustable Ring” Ss to join in first Hdc
Chain 1 (makes a tiny nose point)Ss into next 3 stitches
Chain 6 (beginning front foot & body)
Hdc into 2nd chain from hook and into next 3 stitches, Sc into last stitch
Chain 2, turn work Dc into same stitch and into next 3 stitches (do not work into last stitch, note: last stitch forms front foot), you should have 5 dc now (this is the upper middle of body)
Chain 2, turn work Dc into same stitch and 4 more Dc into previous row, note: 6 Dc
Chain 2, turn work 6 hdc, chain 1, do not turn, sc into same stitch twice ( forms back foot) Sc in next 2 stitches (forms Bunny Bottom), chain 3 (tail), Sc in next 2 stitches, begin to Ss across the back of bunny Ss to join to head, Ss into head 2 more times, (Begin Ears) Chain 3
Work 2 triple crochets, chain 3 all into same stitch, bind off pull loose end to back pull magic circle closed tie loose ends together trim off excess.
Tie a small bow tie around the neck
Pinch, Pull and Press with low heat iron to block if desired
The center of the magic circle for the head makes a sort of eye, but one can add decorations if so desired, note: I used pom-poms for tail and eye
This is a fidgety crochet project, so don’t give up on it, I think it makes a cute bunny and I hope my directions are helpful and understandable, if not I am sorry and all I can say is I tried J
I have blue & white bunnies in my Etsy shop this week
hair clip or headband
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How cute this little bunny is!
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Found your blog through your comment! Thanks for all the tips on your blog love it!
love the cute bunny
Aww... How cute are these! I do love this new blue it's perfect for spring. Never made a granny square??? They are a little addictive. So beware! Sorry I haven't had a chance to retest the flower pattern. Its still on my to do list. Hopefully I will check it off by the end of the month. Happy weekend. :)
Those are really cute thank you for sharing.
Oh my goodness, that is adorable! So stinkin' cute! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog earlier and hopefully you'll get a chance to come back and visit again soon!
What sweet bunny! I used to have crocheted goodies in my Easter basket. Thanks for linking up!
Love this sweet bunny! I want to make some for next year. I'm thankful for my favorites files that help me remember what I want to do!
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