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Kids will fall in love with this adorable amigurumi pattern. Rainbow Brite Bunny is a great homemade gift for Easter. It's an easy crochet pattern to make using worsted weight yarn. This bunny's rainbow vest is great for the bright, sunny days of spring. He would look so cute peeking out of your child's Easter basket. Boys and girls alike will both love this Rainbow Brite Bunny.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I really wish I liked to work in the round. For me it is just a little complicated. I guess with any new skill, practice will make it better. I like the fact that this little bunny can have "clothes" to change with the season. He is just too cute to stay in the closet until Easter.

What an adorable amigurumi bunny. The addition of a removable vest makes it all the better. By having twins in the family, I will have to make two for next Easter. I know they will be really surprised.

I dont believe the designer is suggesting that this was a bunny in the Rainbow Brite that we remember from the 80s, but that she named her bunny Rainbow Brite bunny because of its rainbow vest. It does indeed have a very bright and rainbow colored colorful vest. This would make a most excellent Easter basket pal.

Adorable! Was looking for an easy pattern whip up an Easter bunny for my 3 yr old granddaughter. I think I've found it. Think I'll make a few extra vests some easy to put on little tutu style skirts. Thanks for the perfect gift pattern.

This sweet little bunny sports a snazzy vestjust the thing for my youngest grandson. I really, really appreciate that the features are embroidered onto the faceI refuse to buy any toy with button eyes for a young baby. As a young mom myself, I once found a baby button during a diaper change. I swore never again, and got rid of the toy immediately.

This Rainbow Bright Bunny pattern is just what I was looking for as a gift for my little two year old niece for Easter. The pattern looks easy to follow. I think I'm going to add a "pom pom" tail, and I am definitely going to take "mulberrygalprincess'" suggestion of making different vests for other holiday changes. She will have fun dressing him for the holidays.

This is so cute. I know a six year old who will love getting one for Easter. I think it would be nice if I made a couple changes of clothes for it too. This bunny could stay all year not just atEaster. A red vest with hearts, a white one with little flags, a tan one with turkey on it, well you get the picture. Now I want one for myself!

I don't remember there being a bunny in Rainbow Brite... a horse, yes -- Starlight, I think -- but... a bunny? o_O


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