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Teeny Tiny Baby Bunny

Easter just got a whole lot cuter with this Teeny Tiny Baby Bunny crochet pattern. Just in time for spring, you can work up a whole nest of baby bunnies to decorate the house, put in Easter baskets, and more. Each crochet bunny is about the size of a tennis ball, so they are easy for anyone to hold in their hands. They also take under an hour to complete, which probably makes them the easiest crochet Easter decorations you can find!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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My young niece loves all things bunny. I am sure she would love to have a lagomorph of these. (For those of you that don't know, a lagomorph is a group of baby bunnies.) I always have a few pieces of yarn left over, and I could make her these in all sorts of colors. Thanks for the free pattern.

I started making bigger animals and have come to the conclusion that maybe smaller is better! These are definitely cute and a small quick pattern and like Delphine Bryant said could you imagine an Easter basket full of these. I will have to get started now because I am slow!

Can't you see a basket full of these Teeny Tiny Baby Bunny displayed during the coming Easter holiday in all colors of the rainbow? The skill level states it is an easy pattern and takes about an hour to crochet. Guess what I'll be doing this weekend? Thanks for the free pattern.

I have been looking for little bunny patterns, mainly because the time of the year but also because we are making toys for the police to keep in their cars for domestic calls to help the children. These bunnies seem to be a quick and easy way to do a bunch of loveys.

These remind me of the old crochet over Leggs eggs projects. Remember those? This is a wonderfully detailed pattern, and the designer provides a wealth of tips for working up and constructing these little sweeties. In case you dont have your own pompon maker, she also links to a very nice tutorial on the topic. Pay special attention to how she secures the poms using thread. I even have to tell you how cute these Teeny Tiny Baby Bunnies are? I am going to whip up a bunch of these to give out to the kids as an extra prize for the Easter Egg hunt. These are so quick and easy, you have to make them.

These are so cute and would be great as extra treats to hide on an Easter egg hunt. You coul also stop before decreasing to make a cover to hide a cream egg inside. The pattern is easy to follow and works well in any yarn by using a bigger or smaller hook to make bunnies of different sizes. There I see a tutorial for making the Pom Pom tails but I found a big bag of ready made coloured Pom poems in the pound shop so used these for the tails instead.

This is so cute I can't stand it. I always have left over yarn when making baby items. Most of the time they are pastel colors in pink, blue, green and yellow. What better way to use it up than to make a little rabbit? Plus, can you just picture one of these darling little guys peeking over the rim of an Easter basket?


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