This DIY crochet Easter bunny garland is an easy and cute Easter craft!
Make a DIY crochet Easter bunny garland to decorate your home for Easter or as Easter gift for a loved one! 😀
This cute crochet Easter bunny garland was inspired by a pin on pinterest. But I couldn’t find the tutorial for the crochet bunnies. So after some experimenting I came up with this tutorial: Below are written instructions and a crochet chart so that you can make your own cute little crochet Easter bunny garland this Easter! 😀
Don’t the crochet Easter bunnies with their little pom pom tails look so cute? 😀 And they’re a great way to use up yarn scraps. A while ago I unravelled a crochet bag that I didn’t like anymore. I’ve already used part of the yarn to make a DIY crochet top. And these bunnies were perfect to reuse the leftover yarn! Yay!
DIY Crochet Easter Bunny Garland – Free Pattern
- yarn in bunny colors – I used a cotton-linen blend
- white yarn – for the bunny tails
- crochet hook – suitable for the yarn you use
NOTE: I used US crochet terms. Here’s a US/ UK crochet conversion chart.
The crochet bunnies are worked in the round. Crochet 4 chain stitches, form a ring with one slip stitch into the first chain stitch.
ROUND 1: Crochet 3 chain stitches and 16 half treble crochet stitches into the chain stitch ring. If you don’t know how to crochet the US half treble crochet stitch, here’s a video.
Finish with one slip stitch into the third chain stitch.
ROUND 2: Crochet 3 chain stitches, one half treble crochet and one treble crochet into the third chain stitch of the last round. Crochet one treble and one half treble crochet stitch into the first half treble crochet of the last round.
BUNNY EARS: Chain 7, beginning to crochet into the third chain stitch: Crochet one half double crochet, two double crochet, one half double crochet and one single crochet.
Make another ear like the first bunny ear.
Slip stitch into the first half treble crochet of round 1 – and your crochet Easter bunny is finished! 😀
Hide the yarn ends inside the crochet bunny and cut off the excess yarn.
BUNNY TAILS: Now make mini pom poms for the bunny tails.
Use a square knot to tie the pom pom bunny tails to the crochet bunnies.
THE GARLAND: To finish the crochet bunny garland: Crochet about 10 or 20 chain stitches, slip stitch into one bunny ear, make again 10 to 20 chain stitches and attach the next bunny.
The crochet Easter bunny garland was the 4th project of my Easter Countdown 2018 with 30 free Easter tutorials & recipes. Be sure to check back tomorrow for the next tutorial!
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111 thoughts on “Crochet Easter Bunny Garland – Free Pattern”
Those are so darn cute. I wish I crocheted.
Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday.
Thank you 😀
These are so adorable. I am pinning these so I can make them. I love to crochet.
Thank you. 😀 But be careful, the crochet bunnies breed like rabbits because they’re so fast to crochet! 😉
Oh my goodness, these are so cute. thanks. I’m pinning, because you just never know when you are going to need to make tiny little crochet bunnies 🙂
Your crochet bunny garland is adorable! How fun. Thanks for sharing with us at Snickerdoodle. Pinning to my Easter Board.
Thank you 😀
Popping back by to let you know we’ll be featuring your Bunny Garland at today’s Snickerdoodle Party. Hope to see you there!
Thanks for featuring me!
they are lovely! thank you for sharing the idea and pattern – I have to try it 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Hey, Lina! Just wanted to let you know that we loved your Crochet Easter Bunny Garland with Free Pattern so much when you shared it at the #HomeMattersParty last week, we’ve FEATURED it THIS WEEK! Hope you can check it out when you get a sec. Happy Friday!!!
Life With Lorelai / Home Matters Linky Party
Thanks for featuring me! 😀
Lina this is just too, too cute. Makes me want to learn how to crochet. Pinning!
Thank you 🙂
These are adorable! I think I might make one and frame it flat with no glass. Then, the tail will really pop! Thanks, for sharing!
That’ll be cute! 😀
Thank you for sharing such cuteness Lina. These bunnies are so gorgeous that I have featured you on Create, Inspire, Love. http://miabellapassion.blogspot.co.nz/2017/03/create-inspire-love-25.html
Thanks for featuring me! 😀
Adorable bunny banner. Thanks for sharing your pattern.
Those are DARLING! I can’t crochet worth a darn, but this is really motivating me to learn how. I might try this with my girls. Thanks for sharing!
The bunnies are really easy to crochet, even for a beginner. 🙂
Such a lovely idea. These are so sweet. Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays, I will be featuring these later on the blog hop.
I’m glad you liked the idea and thanks for featuring me. 🙂
Such a sweet little bunny garland! Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm!
Thanks for stopping by, Cecilia!
So darn adorable! I love the bunnies! Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing ! #HomeMattersParty
Thanks so much, Jeannee!
OMG, I’m going to make these this weekend, thanks for the pattern and for sharing at #HomeMAttersParty
You’re welcome. I’m glad you like them. Happy crocheting! 😀
Hi Linda, do you have a UK crochet conversion for this pattern? It’s so addorable but I’m having a hard time converting it to UK stitches, I just can’t seem to make the bunny’s look right! I’d appreciate any help please!!
Thanks, Amy! You can find many US/ UK crochet conversion charts online.
Photo permission for crochet roundup.
I’m Erangi from Crochet For You http://crochetforyoublog.com/. I really love to add this Easter Bunny Garland for the roundup I’m working on now. Would you mind if I add a direct link to your blog post with one image?. Please tell me. I’m waiting to see your reply.
Of course you may share one image with a link back to my blog post. Thank you so much! 😀
Thank you so much!
Hey from a fellow crocheter, thanks for the pattern, will definitely have to give this a try! I will blog about it, will it be ok to link back to your blog in the post? (Newly started blogger here!)
Yes, that’s ok when you link back to my blog post! Thanks, Nikki! 🙂
What a great idea for an Easter display
I love to crochet but haven’t made these before! Will have to save this for later! #BloggerClubUK
Thanks for stopping by, Naomi!
These are so adorable – I just wish I could crochet now!! #BloggerclubUK
This is a really cute pattern! #bloggerclubUK
Thank you for sharing this pattern!
I love garlands and this is one of the sweetest I’ve seen. So nice of you to share.
Thanks so much, Amalia!
Yet another time when I wish I knew how to crochet!!! So adorable!
These are adorable!!!???
Oh my goodness, I love those little bunnies! Pinned 🙂
Thanks for pinning! 🙂
Saw this on the Sweet Inspo link party. That bunny garland is the cutest! I’ve always wanted to learn that skill but never have. BTW, do you know Laura from the blog Decor To Adore? You probably do but just in case, you two would be great friends!
Thanks so much, Cindy!
Super cute bunny garland! Thanks for sharing the pattern!
I love to crochet and these bunnies are darn cute. Thanks for sharing with us at #CCBG
I’m terrible at crochet! But these are too cute not to attempt!
What adorable bunnies!
Thank you, Roseann!
These are awesome! Thanks for sharing at the To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Wednesday Link Party! Have a great week and join us again!
Thanks, Sheri! Have a great week too!
Oh these are so cute! Even I could do this and I’m just a beginner! Thanks so much. Pinning this one!
Thanks for pinning!
This is absolutely adorable! I wish I had the ability to knit like this because I’d make it in a heartbeat!
Kate | The Organized Dream
Thanks, Kate! 🙂 It’s crochet. 😉
Sew cute hehehehe 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Friday Frenzy Link Party! PINNED 🙂
Thanks for pinning! 🙂
Hello I just wanted to let you know I have featured this adorable garland at Thursday Favorite Things. I hope you will stop by and say hello and link up again! Happy Spring!
Thanks for featuring me! 🙂
Oh what a super cute idea! I love this for Easter!! Thank you for joining us at #bigpinklink
Thanks, Laura! 🙂
This precious post is a CREATIVE feature on the April You’re the STAR blog hop: http://www.godsgrowinggarden.com/2018/04/youre-star-week2-creative-april-2018.html
Thanks for featuring me! 🙂
How many bunnies do you put on your garland?
I made just a short garland but you can put as many bunnies on your garland as you want.
SOooo adorable for 3 adorable little nieces room deco at Easter
Thank you! I’m glad you like it! 🙂
So cute. But I have a question. I looked at the UK conversion. In the beginning it says “16 half treble crochet stitches”. But when I look at the US to UK conversion I can’t see what the US Half Treble is. I can see the UK crochet stitch (htr) but not the US. I can see the US Half Double (hdc) and the treble (tr). So what is the US half treble crochet stitch and what does that convert to in the UK? Thank you!
Thanks, Lisa! 🙂 The following video isn’t in English but it shows how to work the stitch.
Update: Here’s a video for the US half treble crochet stitch in English.
This was also confusing to me as well, because in the beginning she states that the pattern is in US terms but is using UK terms ….. “ROUND 1: Crochet 3 chain stitches and 16 half treble crochet stitches into the chain stitch ring.”
Half Treble Crochet is a UK term which is equivalent to a US half double crochet. But the pictures are clearly showing US double crochet, which is equivalent to UK single crochet.
This should be corrected, unfortunately it will create confusion…as clearly it has already.
Half treble is also a US crochet stitch, watch this video about how to crochet a US half treble or half triple crochet stitch. And because you’re confused about the UK treble crochet stitch: Here’s another video about how to crochet a US half double or UK half treble crochet stitch. And US double crochet is equivalent to UK treble crochet, here’s a video.
This is so darling and sweet! Pinning. 🙂
Thanks for pinning, Jennifer! 🙂
Love this pattern! Do you allow people to reuse this pattern to create items to sell on Etsy? Credit for the pattern will be given
Thank you! 🙂 Yes, you can use the pattern to create items for etsy.