A few years ago, I made the Caron One Pound One Skein Bunny, by Deb Richey, for my cousin. As Easter is approaching, she commissioned me to make another large bunny for her godson.
Although I did not use Caron’s One Pound Skein, I found a Red Heart Super Saver Jumbo skein to make this bunny pattern which worked just as well!
This pattern by Deb Richey is such a fun pattern to make! I forgot how adorable this bunny is! As it started to take shape, I remembered how lanky this creature is. What a fun stuffed toy for a little boy or girl during Easter!! This pattern took me a total of 10 hours to make.
Deb’s pattern is easy to follow and easy to read. In the end, it creates such an excellent piece. If you are looking for something fun to create this Easter, or any time of the year, this is a great project! This would be lovely in a nursery, it would make a nice gift, or a fun companion for the little ones in your life. The overall size of this bunny measures 36 inches tall (92 cm).
Find all the supplies you will need below:
Pattern: One Pound One Skein Bunny
–Caron’s One Pound Skein or Red Heart Super Saver Jumbo skein
–Red Heart Yarns in Perfect Pink
–Red Heart Yarns in Black
–Size H-5.00mm Crochet Hook
Have fun making this bunny in time for the holiday! I sure did!
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do you have a video for this one
Love your you tube videos! I’m having trouble with this pattern At row 25-34. The pattern says continue as established, decreasing 6 a.c. evenly spaced in every 5th rnd–42sts. How would you decrease evenly in rnd 30 to get 48 sts, then again in end 34 to get 42sts? Thanks
The One Skein Bunny is not my original pattern. It is a Caron Pattern and I only shared the link to their pattern on my site. You would have 54 stitches at round 24 so the following rounds should go:
Rounds 26-28: SC in each st around (54)
Round 29: [SC2TOG, SC in next 7 sts] 6 times. (48)
Round 30-33: SC in each st around. (48)
Round 34: [SC2TOG, SC in next 6 sts] 6 times. (42)
Round 35: SC in each st around
Round 36: [SC2TOG, SC in next 5 sts] 6 times. (36)
I hope this helps!! Good luck with this pattern! ~Nadia
Is the top of the body sewn closed and then attached to the body or left open and attached to the body?