Crochet Easter Bunny Bunting

Welcome to another Easter crafting tutorial! 
(Cause you can never have too many!😜)

Today I'm sharing my crochet Easter bunny bunting.

I made these bunnies a few months ago and put them away for my Easter display.  Then totally forgot about them! I do this a lot. I plan early, then forget what I've done. In fact, most the time I can't remember where I put stuff. Tell me I'm not the only one, please?

Now, don't worry if you have no idea how to crochet. It's never too late to learn, promise! And there are so many YouTube videos out there to help you.  

Personally, my mum taught me to crochet at an early age. She herself loves to knit and crochet and when we were kids, there was not much else to do. So if you aren't lucky enough to have been taught or have someone to teach you, Google and YouTube will definitely be able to help. 

So, let's get to it. 


The pattern I used I found at Sew Historically. Lina has a fantastic tutorial with lots of pictures to show you how to crochet them so definitely pop over and check it out!  If you would like something a little different, there is heaps of inspiration on Google. 


The materials I used were a soft tan coloured 8ply cotton and a size 6 crotchet hook. You can purchase them from your local craft store. I got both from Spotlight. I decided to go with the tan colour so the bunnies would stand out from the wall a bit more, however I think they would also look super sweet done in all white too.


For my little bunny tails, I hot glued a small ball of cotton wool.  You could also purchase tiny white pompoms or use felt. 


And to hang them I just threaded them on some cotton string using a needle. You can easily space them out then to the desired width. I wanted to hang mine across the mantle this year, but I could always move them somewhere else next year and position the bunnies across the string accordingly. 


These bunnies are so easy to make. And you may even learn a new skill of crochet if you didn't know already! 😉 


Hoping everyone is taking care of each other and trying to stay safe.

 ~ Julie ~


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Comments

  1. This is just the cutest bunny garland! I love the colours that you chose to make the bunnies and can't wait to try making one myself.

    Thank you so much for sharing your sweet project with us over at Waste Not Wednesday!

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    1. Thanks Sam! So happy I found your blog. Take care, Julie

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  2. This bunny banner is such a fresh crochet idea. Its so well done. Pinned.

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  3. Your crochet Easter bunnies are ADORABLE! Pinned :)

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  4. Such a cute project! I think I could actually do this. :o)

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    1. Thanks! You should definitely give it a try! Good luck and take care, Julie

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  5. I love these Julie! I crochet too so I'm going to try my hand at these next Easter. Thanks so much for sharing this at Farmhouse Friday - I'm featuring it at this week's party!

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    1. Thanks Michelle! So happy to have inspired you. And so excited to be featured. Take care and Happy Easter, Julie

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