Bunnies and Ducks are signs of spring, and I could sure use some spring around here! There are so many ways to incorporate these little cuties into your crochet. Here are 7 free crochet patterns featuring bunnies and ducks to get your spring started (even if it’s just a virtual spring!)
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Bunny Ear Headband by Yarnutopia
“This jeweled accessory is perfect for kids and adults alike. Kids love to dress up and these work perfectly for cosplay! Bendable and pose-able ears give you lots of options for holidays and for fun!”
2) Mini Bunny Bag by Left in Knots
“This sweet Mini Bunny Bag is the perfect size for your preschoolers to collect their eggs in, or it would also be a super cute alternative to an Easter basket.”
3) Lil Chickie Duck by Lisa Auch
“I love this time of year, lots of chocolate, but I feel the kids get so much sweet stuff its nice to give them a little cuddly easter themed crochet soft toy.”
4) Rainbow Baby Bunny Lovie by Posh Pooch Designs
“The Lovie Blanket is Designed From the Red Heart Super Saver Stripes, So it just magically stripes perfectly!”
5) Easter Egg Bunny by Crochet 365 Knit Too
“I’m in love with this Crochet Easter Egg Bunny. So cute! Don’t you think?”
6) Long Eared Bunny Basket by Moogly
“Whether you’re celebrating Easter or just love a happy rabbit, the Long Eared Bunny Basket is perfect for your seasonal decor – and useful too!”
7) Animal Friends Bibs by Pattern Paradise
“The pattern is quick and easy to make in basic single crochet and it closes on the shoulder with a single button; but if you prefer, you can replace the button with a Velcro fastener.”
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