• Sweet And Easy Bunny Lovey Crochet Pattern For Beginners

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    This cuddly crochet bunny lovey is fun and beautiful and perfect for sleeping with it during naps and at night! Bunny Lovey Parts & Pieces by Victoria Stewart is absolutely darling looking and a great pattern for a beginner crocheter. This really cute little lovey makes a perfect baby gift. Your little ones will instantly love this bunny!


    Bunny Lovey Crochet Pattern For Beginners

    Materials Used:
    I Love This Yarn – Grey Beard, Light Peach, and City Beat
    Small amounts of Embroidery Thread – Pink and Black
    F 3.75mm Hook
    Polyfil Stuffing
    Yarn Needle (For ends)
    Stitch Marker

    Difficulty Level: Beginner
    Using recommended tools and materials Bunny head measures approximately 12 inches around; Ears are approximately 5.5 inches long; Arms are approximately 4.25 inches long.

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    5 Comments to Sweet And Easy Bunny Lovey Crochet Pattern For Beginners

    1. Natalie M

      I would have liked the bow and blanket patterns to have been included but I still like my end result just the same.

    2. Your pattern is not working for me. By round 3 the total number of stitches is 17 not 19 which throws the whole pattern out. You might want to test your pattern first in the future. Very frustrating to have to restart 4 times just to work out it’s the pattern that’s wrong. Lovely idea though. Will try and work out my own.

      • Nicole Jean

        Hi Rhiannon, had the same problem on round 3. Just poorly written, inc (2) sc (1) x 5 times then inc in the next 2 = 19 stitches. hope this works