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Zipzip Bunny Version

In this version of the pattern plastic safety eyes were exchanged for embroidery – and you should keep in mind to do so, if you are planning to give the toy to toddlers or babies. Any plastic elements can be hazardous, so choose simple embroidery instead!
Zipzip Bunny Version
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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

Zipzip Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

The ZipZip bunny is a quick and cute rabbit crochet pattern. To this end it’s made of simple shapes that are then stitched together. It’s a great addition to easter candies, as well as being another candidate for the category of best bunny crochet pattern.

Zipzip Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

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Zipzip Bunny

Classic Stuffed Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

Otis is based on the pattern Classic Stuffed Bunny by ChiWei Ranck. The most traditional of all patterns, he will be great as a toy to cuddle and sleep and the most appreciated especially  by toddlers.Classic Stuffed Bunny Free Crochet Pattern


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 Classic Stuffed Bunny

More info about Dalia19’s Otis the Classic Stuffed Bunny here.

Cuddles the Crochet Unicorn

Learn how to crochet a unicorn with this lovely little pattern for babies. This free crochet pattern uses Bernat baby blanket yarn, making the final product extra cuddly and perfect for little ones. Additionally, this pattern uses a yarn design for the eyes instead of plastic pieces, ensuring that it is safe for even the littlest cuddlers. Crochet animal patterns like this unicorn make fantastic baby shower gifts.

From the Blogger: "Cuddles is made up of 9 elements - four legs, body, head, two ears and horn. You can work them in any order you like! Before each element is complete, you will need to add stuffing (before the opening is too small). Once each element is complete, I recommend attaching them in this order - front legs to body, head, back legs, ears and horn. Once you have attached all of the elements, bring cuddles to life by embroidering the eyes and adding a mane and tail!"Cuddles the Crochet Unicorn

Click here for the free crochet pattern