These pocket pal bunnies are a great way to stuff you Easter basket and let your kids join in the fun. As mentioned they would make great Easter egg hunt surprises, but would also not be out of place in any nursery or playroom for little hands to carry around. When the kids finally go back to school, these bunnies will also be a great backpack or pocket companion. If you make them for the youngest of kids, please consider crocheting the eyes for safety.
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You get two patterns in one from Hooked On Patterns with this pastel crochet pattern. On the outside is a striped Easter egg that you can use for decoration in or out of Easter baskets. Flip the egg inside out, and you get a precious little Easter bunny. The pattern also includes instructions for making a crochet chick inside an egg as a companion for your crochet bunny.
Whether you call it a safety blanket, a lovey, a security blanket or a comforter, this safety blanket is most adored by babies and toddlers around the world. This Bunny Safety Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is a plush toy and security blanket all in one. This super cute Bunny Safety Blanket will make a great baby shower gift. Different from most Bunny Lovey, it sews Bunny’s head at the top of it, and crocheted four paws for all four corners, adding a pompom as bunny’s tail. This project is perfect for intermediate crocheters. It will make a perfect Easter gift to your little ones. Thanks Elisa Sartori for sharing this free crocheting pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below the photo. Happy crocheting.
In our quest for the best bunny, we have this absolutely adorable flop-eared crochet toy. Undoubtedly, you can tell that this rabbit is just ready for celebration, and is busy hiding eggs for the kids. Grab your crochet hook and try this free pattern today!
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This egg-shaped bunny looks so cute that you want to hug it immediately. Shaded pastel colors make this crochet easter egg to look very delicate, but you can use your own color combination. It’s a quick project and will be perfect easter gift.
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Wouldn’t this adorable backpack look great hanging from a real backpack? This Amigurumi Backpack Free Crochet Pattern can spruce up backpack from being boring and simple. The candy corn shape and the colors make it look an eye-catching piece. You can add different designs and colors to it to match your own favorite backpack. If you are new to amigurumi, don’t shy away. These are perfect for any skill level, plus very easy to read. They make such great gifts. Thanks ChiWei for sharing this beautiful free crochet pattern on 1dogwoof.com. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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