There’s a lot of bunny love in this post. We love cute, cuddly bunnies so why not crochet one up this Easter. We have lots of inspiration and free patterns to get you started.
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Drink your Easter coffee in a bunny mug with fluffy pom pom bunny tail when you make this quick and easy crocheted mug cozy. The pattern calls for a Panda Hall wooden button and a pom pom for the tail. We found that this pom pom maker helps make pom poms in a jiffy.
Looking for something to put your Easter bunny mug on? How about an Easter egg coasters from Whiskers & Wool. During football season these could be crocheted using brown yarn so the pattern doubles for football coasters – genius! Instead of cutting yarn and re-joining for every color change, you change colors using the same strand of each color as you work up the piece means less ends to weave in at the end.
Babies are going to love cuddling this cute bunny security blanket. Lion Brand provides the free crochet pattern in PDF format. Vanna Choice white yarn and a J (6 mm) crochet hook are suggested as well as a stitch markers and a yarn needle. This is a beautiful handmade gift for baby’s first Easter
Another Bunny “Baby Lovey” you might want to try is this large granny square crochet baby blanket pattern from The Stitchin’ Mommy. You will want to use soft yarn like Bernat Softee baby yarn to make this blanket, an H (5 mm) crochet hook, yarn needle and stuffing.
This friendly Bunny is waiting for you to make him up using the free Amigurumi pattern from Klein Konijntje. The pattern is in Dutch but Google’s built-in Chrome translator makes it easy to read. This tiny bunny measures 10 cm tall (approximately 4″ tall) and requires a D (3 mm) crochet hook. Use a brush to create the soft fur affect. Embroider the face with embroidery floss and color the cheeks red with a little blush and your bunny is ready to hop down the bunny trail.
What is the Easter bunny without eggs? These paper Easter eggs have punched edges and crocheted around the edges. Use bright colored and decorative paper to make your egg shape, glue the paper on both sides of cardboard and then punch holes all around the edges. Using a 1/4″ hole punch gives the holes a clean look instead of just punching holes using a yarn needle. Then you will crochet a scalloped design to complete your Easter egg DIY project. Hang them from a ribbon or yarn tail.