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This easy free crochet pattern creates a Crochet Bunny from a Square. You can use any stitch and crochet any size square to make this bunny. A video tutorial is also provided.
How often do you scroll through Pinterest? Let’s be honest. We, crafters, sure do it a lot. Whether it’s for inspiration or for checking what we pinned months ago.
Well, a few months ago, I saw this fabric bunny made from a square. I got inspired, although I forgot to pin it. I knew when the time was right, I wanted to make a crochet bunny from a square. Now, that Easter is soon, it’s the perfect time to publish this cutie.
I used Premier Yarns Anti-Pilling yarn for this pattern, but you can use any yarn you wish. Really! Even a different weight of yarn will be fine.
In fact, you won’t need a special stitch for it either. It’s the perfect beginner project. You simply need to make a square – whether it’s crocheted or knitted, doesn’t even matter. The size of the square doesn’t matter either. Love that. So, are you ready to make your crochet bunny from a square?
So let me now get started and tell you what you will need in order to crochet this amazing pattern.
How to make a Crochet Bunny from a Square
- Premier Yarn Anti-Pilling yarn is what I used
- 5.0 mm hook
- tapestry needle
- plastic eyes and nose (or sew them on)
Stitches used (US terms):
Click HERE to learn these basic stitches
These are the stitches I used and I suggest as they make a tight texture. Don’t use any stitch with big gaps or holes.
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- tss = Tunisian Simple Stitch
- tks = Tunisian Knit Stitch
Square in any size
First, make a square (I made mine 12×12 inches for the pink bunny and 6×6 inches for the grey bunny). I used a Tunisian knit stitch for the pink bunny and a single crochet stitch for the grey bunny which you see in the video below.
I have a detailed video tutorial below, I created this bunny. But let me also tell you. First, you will weave a piece of yarn through the one half of the square that is in the shape of a triangle. Next, you’ll pull the yarn to crunch it up (add the polyfill for the head and add the plastic eyes and nose if you chose them). Now fasten off tightly. Next, add polyfill for the body and sew it up towards the bottom. Finally, weave the yarn through the edge of the bottom like you would for a hat and close it up.
When you finished, adjust the ears of the bunny (you might need to sew it a bit together like a show in the video). If you did not choose the plastic eyes and nose, embroider them on at this stage. To complete the bunny, add a pom-pom right above where you closed the bottom part. Now you’re done.
This bunny is truly so cute. and snuggly. I created a big bunny as well as a little bunny. In fact, I made the little bunny in properly 30 min which includes crocheting the square for the bunny.
How to make a Crochet Bunny from a Square – Video Tutorial
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