Wednesday * March 4th 2015

Easter bunny egg: the pattern

Hello sweeties,

This is today, as promised, how to crochet your little bunny egg ! It is very simple and easy and I’ll try my best to make my explanations clear ;)

First, you have to choose your yarn and a crochet hook a little smaller then the one suggested on your yarn…to have a neat look and tight stitches….so the stuffing won’t appear between the stitches…

I made my bunny with a 100% acrylic yarn and choose a 3.5 mm crochet hook instead of the 4.5mm suggested on the yarn…

I’ll explain here the pattern using the U.K terms…Remember a dc in the U.K terms means a sc in the U.S terms ans a “maille serree” in the French terms…a “2-st dc decrease” means in french: 2 mailles serrees tirees ensemble…

The pattern is made mostly with dc…

The bunny is made with: one body-egg, 2 ears and one tail…

So? Are you readyyyyyyyyyyyy? let’s make it!

Let’s begin first with the body-egg part:

Round1: In a circle made with 4ch, crochet 10 dc.

Rnd2: make 2dc on every stitch of the previous round: that means 20 dc

Rnd3: 20dc

Rnd4: 30 dc (crochet one dc, 2dc, one dc, 2dc etc on every stitch of the previous round)

Rnd5 to Rnd11: 30dc (7 rounds of 30dc each)

Now, you have to begin the “decreasing” part:

Round12: 24 dc (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, etc etc on every stitch of the previous rnd)

Rnd13: 24 dc

Rnd14: 18 dc  (1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, etc etc on every stitch of the previous round)

Rnd:15 18 dc

Rnd16: 15 dc (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, etc etc on every stitch of the previous rnd)

Rnd17: 15 dc

Stuff here your egg!

Rnd18: 12 dc (1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc, 2-st dc decrease, etc etc on every stitch of the previous rnd)

Rnd19: 6 dc (2-st dc decrease, 2-st dc decrease, etc etc)

Sew some stitches to close your egg!

You’ve got now an Easter egg…You can just make Easter eggs following the pattern above …Colorful, striped eggs etc

or you can continue to make your little bunny ;)

The Ears:

The ears are worked in rows. To make an ear:

Row1: Crochet on a row of 6ch, 6 dc

And continue following the graph below until row11:

You’ve got an ear ! Make another one!

You still have the tail to make and all the body parts of your little bunny will be ready :)

The tail: Worked in rounds.

Round 1: In a circle made of 3ch, crochet 6 dc.

Rnd2: 9 dc (1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 2dc on each stitch of the previous round)

Rnd3 and 4: 9 dc.

The tail is done! Your little bunny is almost ready…

You have just to sew all its parts together…

Fold in two each ear before sewing it to the body…

Sew two eyes, or use beads or glue ready-craft-eyes …

Sew the nose…

Stuff a little the tail before sewing it to the back of the body…

Your Easter bunny egg is ready :)

Happy crocheting my friend!


P.S: For any question, do not hesitate to e-mail me at: and I’ll be more than happy to help!

31 Comments »Crocheted animals and toys, Easter, free patterns

31 Responses to “Easter bunny egg: the pattern”

  1. Marie says:

    Merci de partager ce petit lapin avec nous. Il est si mignon, je m’y mets tout de suite ! Bonne journée !

  2. laurence says:

    Merci pour le partage, ils sont trop mignons !!!
    Bonne journée, bisous

  3. Mo says:

    THANK YOU Angie! :D This is so very quick & simple :)
    Mo x

  4. laure says:

    merci pour les explications , il est tellement mignon que je vais le tester de suite!
    bonne journée!

  5. Lucie says:

    Merci pour le partage de tes explications qui me paraissent très claires ! Très bonne journée à toi !

  6. domi says:

    merci beaucoup pour le partage, je vois que tu avais compris mon petit anglais!!!! bises et bonne journée!!!

  7. Galina says:

    It is healthy! Fine idea and execution, as well as all the rest at you! Thanks! :-)

  8. maha says:

    thank u so much for sharing this pattern

  9. Sailorteddy says:

    Thank you !!! It so cute !!! ;)

  10. Betty Guyomarch says:

    MERCI !
    Tes explications sont très claires et très complètes (photos et diagramme),
    je vais donc retenter l’expérience !!
    Si je réussi, tu seras la 1ère à le savoir…


  11. Ivana says:

    thank you….. they are so cute and very easy!!!!!!!!

  12. caramere says:

    Merci pour ces explications que tu as bien voulu transmettre, ils sont super mignons, ça sent le printemps et Paques, grooooooooooos bisous et bonne journée à toi

  13. wendy says:

    Thank you! I have to make some of these!!

  14. Renate says:

    Lovely! I just got some colorful yarn and I’m going to make some to turn my Easter bright – we are having the season’s last rains here now. Thank you so much for sharing!
    Kisses from Brazil

  15. Jean in NH says:

    I can’t wait to make a few of these cuties for my kids’ Easter baskets!

  16. Sharon says:

    Love it! I am not very creative so how would you make a kitty out of that also?
    thanks so much.

  17. sandycroche says:

    coucou merci beaucoup

  18. Awe, what a sweet set of bunnies! i love the egg shape. Thanks for a great pattern!

  19. Dawn says:

    So super, super, SUPER cute!

  20. Darlene says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern; so simple but so cute! My grand-daughter will get a few of these for Easter (she is 4). Take care; have a good weekend!

  21. Séverine56 says:

    Merci pour ce tuto trop mignon ! Bon week end !

  22. Earendil says:

    thanks for this pattern! :) it’s very cute. Have a good day/night!

  23. EllyD says:

    Oh so cute Angie!! Thank you for the tutorial :) hugs Ellyx

  24. maryse says:

    merci beaucoup pour les explications !
    bon week-end

  25. susan says:

    Hi Angie, love that cute wee bunny egg. I sat down last night and made a hot pink one for my neice. My ears are not quite right but will try them again. I’m sure she will love it! thanks for the pattern. sue~nz.

  26. jenny ho says:

    what a cute bunny….thanks so much for your sharing..i am a fan of your site…thanks for inspiring us with all your crochet and drop by my blog whenever you are free….

  27. Thanks for sharing!!!! is lovely!!!!
    kissses ♥

  28. link back says:

    Very good publish, potentially superb to see considerably like this.

  29. fanny says:

    Merci pour ce tuto qui m’a permis de faire ma première réalisation au crochet!
    Merci pour tout ton travail que tu partages avec nous!
    Joyeuses fêtes de Noël!

  30. Юлия says:

    Thank you. Very nice.

  31. remond says:

    Merci pour ce tuto, c’est vraiment très joli…je vais surement le faire ! dommage que les explications soient si longues pour les imprimer!
    merci encore!

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