** NEW AND IMPROVED! **
This pattern has a BRAND NEW look with more pictures, minor edits and NEW INSTRUCTIONS for an additional marking, the heart tummy! [February 2018]
Bunny nuggets work up very quickly with minimal sewing (only to attach the ears) and using very little yarn. They make great stashbusting projects and last-minute gifts! Once you've got the main pattern down, try out a few spot markings that are included in the pattern, then start inventing your own! You can even use this pattern to make tiny bunny totems, just switch to size 10 crochet cotton thread and a 7mm steel hook.
• Instructions on how to make bunnies with a heart-shaped side spot, a "collar", an "eyepatch", a "neckerchief", and the NEW heart tummy
• Notes on how I do my color changes
• Step-by-step pictures of the bunny tail cluster
Bunnies work up to be about 3.5 inches tall (to the tips of their ears) if made with a 4.0mm hook and ww yarn.
Bunny totems are about 1.5 inches tall (to the tips of their ears) if made with a size 7 steel hook and size 10 thread.
The sixth bunny pictured was made holding two strands of ww yarn together and using a size K hook.
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
slp st = slip stitch
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Mar 31, 2020
This was an easy to follow pattern and this little guy worked up pretty quickly. I adore him and recommend the pattern to anyone thinking about purchasing it; you won’t regret it!
Feb 28, 2020
These little nuggets are super cute and easy to make
Mar 16, 2019
Great pattern, it’s a bit hard to read at first but got the hang of it quickly.
Oct 27, 2018
Very nice pattern, thank you!