Free Crochet Patterns

Rose Bunny

Here is a lovely project for an ami softie that will be a favorite amongst the youngest ami fans. Of course, those of us who may be older but enjoy crocheted stuffies will also find lots of appeal here. The dusky rose color is very soothing and the whole is made of individual parts that are easy to make and then to put together.
Rose Bunny
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Cube Bunny Rabbit

Ooooooo, da widdo, cutsy-wootsy Bunny! I’m going to hug him and squeeze him and cuddle him and call him George! You don’t have to be an abominable snowman to enjoy this little bunny. All you have to do is to be a crocheting beginner and enjoy amigurumi toys. Make the Cube Bunny for Easter, or make it for yourself for the sheer joy of it. I’m sure the kids in your family will enjoy it as well.

Cube Bunny Rabbit
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Bunny Safety Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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.Bunny Safety Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Bunny Safety Blanket

Layla Bunny

Learn how to crochet an adorable bunny with this lovely and cute crochet amigurumi pattern. This lovely little crochet animal is worked up in Patons Wool Roving Yarn and is especially cuddly. This cutie is the perfect project for a new baby or toddler.

From the Designer: "Layla is the newest addition to the B.hooked Crochet family of free patterns and she’s definitely one of the brightest! I had so much fun creating her. She is the cutest crochet bunny around! Crochet stuffed animals, or amigurumi as it’s often referred to as is one of my favorite forms of crochet. It’s so neat watching all the pieces come together and it leaves so much room for creativity. When crafting Layla, I had sweet and simple in mind. I wanted to create a bunny that looks professional but is easy to crochet. She came together in about 5 short evenings of crochet so you have plenty of time to make a few Easter Layla’s of your own!"Layla Bunny

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Classic Amigurumi Bunny

I started learning how to crochet by making amigurumis! They are typically a great beginner project because you often only need to know how to do single crochets. And they often come out so cute! However, I hate sewing parts together. That is my absolute pet peeve when it comes to amigurumis. That's why I purposely designed this classic amigurumi bunny where the head and the body are actually crocheted together in one piece, eliminating the need to sew these two pieces together!Classic Amigurumi Bunny

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Penny the Bunny Cactus

Penny the Bunny Cactus is a fun-loving barrel cactus that loves Easter and everything bunny! This pattern is accessible for beginners that are familiar with amigurumi crochet techniques. To make this adorable cacuts, you'll need to know how to do the following stitches/techniques: MC: magic circle CH: chain SC: single crochet SCINC: single crochet increase SCDEC: single crochet descrease HDC: half double crochet HDCINC: half double crochet increase SLST: slip stitch BLO: back loop only FO: finish off Sewing Weaving in ends I hope you enjoy making your own Penny the Bunny CactusPenny the Bunny Cactus

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Crochet Hook E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge Not vital to the project as long as tension is maintained throughout the project

Finished Size Approximately 5.5” tall from bottom of soil to top of head once assembled (ears not included in measurement)