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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Bunny in an Egg Easter Flip Pattern
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.
Bunny with Easter Egg
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!
Autumn the Easter Bunny
Finally, Autumn the Easter Bunny is ready for the Easter Egg Hunt. Indeed, with flowers next to her ear and tiny dress, this easter rabbit will be a perfect toy is you want to create a whole Bunny Family. Autumn measures 13 cm in hight.
Baby Chick in Easter Egg
The Baby Chick in Egg pattern is the perfect Easter surprise! This little hatchling is easy and quick to crochet with yarn held doubled, and makes an adorable children's gift! The chick can be removed from the eggshell, and the bow and ribbon can be taken off as well. Kids will love playing with this cute toy. Materials include: yarn, crochet hook, plastic safety eyes, fiberfill stuffing, yarn needle, and scissors. Note: The yarn is held doubled for the chick and egg portions, and held single for the bow and ribbon.
Pastel pusheen amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by: Anitha Domacin
Who said that pusheen has to be grey and grey only, right? Well, you can go for all the colors you want, for instance try making pusheen in red, purple or green, as you can see on the picture, they look absolutely adorable!
Photo is by Anitha Domacin / Ravelry.com
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