Crochet Easter Bunny Playset


A sweet little design featuring Lion Brand Bonbons yarn is this Crochet Easter Bunny Playset. It would make a great Easter basket stuffer, or tiny playset for on-the-go fun. Egg measures approximately 3 inches tall, by 2.25 inches across the widest point. Hollow log measures at just 2 inches long, and the tiny crochet bunnies fit inside! They even have a little grass playmat included! This crochet Easter pattern is the cutest yet; any child is sure to love it.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn WeightOther

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This is the time I wish I had little children in the home. My youngest son will be graduating from college next year and it is way too early for grandchildren. I am stashing all of these adorable patterns for the future though.

Isn't this Crochet Easter Bunny Playset the most adorable thing you have ever seen. Now I see that the experience level is easy, but only time will tell. I just happen to have some Bonbons yarn, so I am going to crochet this on my first day off.

This adorable set is perfect for entertaining a child at church or on a long road trip. I love how all these items fit inside the little egg. The designer suggests Bonbon yarn and an F size hook, but if you want or need a slightly larger set, you can use a slightly larger hook (G or H) and baby or sports yarn, and still get the same effect.

I love crocheting mini items and this one is perfect for the grand kids. I saved this pattern last year and lost it so happy to see it again. I am making 8 of these for my young grand kids for Easter. I like that the written directions are easy to follow and understand. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I cannot believe how cute this is! What kid of any age would not like this? "Put away your toys" would take on a whole new meaning! All of the pieces fit into the egg. This would be perfect to put in someone's Easter egg basket for them to "unwrap"! So cute!

When I first glanced at this, my thought was, it's cute but too much work. It's probably very complicated. I decided to save it for later when I had more time. Then I read thru the pattern. Much to my surprise and delight I discovered it was very easy to do.and it doesn't take much yarn at all. Thank you for sharing this great idea and instructions.



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