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Free Easter Bunny Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

This free baby blanket crochet pattern is the perfect Easter blanket crochet project!

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Published: April 5, 2022 at 9:00 am
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Nine little bunny bottoms, all lined up and waiting to keep babies soft skin warm and cosy! This free baby blanket crochet pattern designed by Pat Strong is adorned with cute bunny details is surprisingly simple pattern so you can hook up in a flash, it would make a great Easter blanket! You'll need to know how to do Intarsia crochet to create the colourful bunnies on this Easter blanket, so check out our how to do crochet colourwork tutorial if you need some help!

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You will need

West Yorkshire Spinners Bo Peep Luxury Baby DK (52% Falkland wool, 48% nylon, 50g/112m),

  • 6 balls of Yarn A Tooth Fairy (011)
  • 1 ball of Yarn B Piglet (269)
  • 1 ball of Yarn C Unicorn (565)
  • 1 ball of Yarn D Buttercup (442)

A 4mm (US G/6) crochet hook

Tension

17 sts and 20 rows to measure 10x10cm (4x4in) over dc using a 4mm hook

Measurements

67 x 97cm (26½ x 38in)

Abbreviations

You can find a full list of all abbreviations we use in our abbreviations and conversions guide. This Easter blanket pattern is written in UK terminology but you can easily convert it to US terms using the guide.

Notes

On the Chart below, each square represents 1dc stitch. Read all RS rows from right to left, and WS rows from left to right. When changing colour mid-row, twist the ends of the two colours together. Pick up the new colour in the last yrh of the previous stitch.

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If you're looking for more awesome crochet baby blanket patterns to try, make sure to check out our pick of the best crochet baby blanket patterns. Or try corner to corner crochet with our how to crochet a baby blanket tutorial, or go for stylish stripes with our free striped baby blanket pattern!

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Free Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Using Yarn A, ch107.

Row 1 (RS) Dc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn. [106 sts]

Row 2 (WS) Ch1 (does not count as st), dc in each st across, turn. [106 sts]

Rows 3-14 Repeat Row 2.

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Bunny design

Row 1 (RS) Ch1 (does not count as st), dc in 12 sts, follow the Chart for the next 14 sts using the appropriate colour for the Bunny Design, (dc in 20 sts, follow the Chart for the next 14 sts using the appropriate colour for the Bunny Design) twice, dc in last 12 sts, turn. [106 sts]

Rows 2-41 Repeat Row 1.

Rows 42-59 Using Yarn A, ch1 (does not count as st), dc in each st across, turn. [106 sts]

Repeat Rows 1-59 of Bunny Design once more using the photo as a guide for colours.

Repeat Rows 1-55 of Bunny Design once more using the photo as a guide for colours.

Fasten off.

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Border

Round 1 (RS) With RS facing, join Yarn B at the centre of the bottom edge of the blanket, ch1 (does not count as st), dc evenly around the edge of the blanket working 3dc into each corner st, ss to first dc, fasten off.

Round 2 (RS) Join Yarn D in first st, ss in each st around, fasten off.

Round 3 (RS) Join Yarn C in first st with a ss, *ss in next st, (ss, ch3, htr, ch3, ss) in next st, ss in next st; repeat from * around, adding or removing a ss if required to fit the stitch count.

Fasten off.

Weave in all ends and block to size.

If you enjoyed this free baby blanket crochet pattern, you might also enjoy some of our other Easter crochet projects! We've got a super fun Free Easter bunny ears crochet pattern, a cute Free Easter Bunny Bunting crochet pattern, or you could go classic with our Free crochet Easter eggs pattern!

Free crochet easter eggs pattern
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We hope you’ve enjoyed this free baby blanket crochet pattern. If you can’t get enough of adorable rabbits, check out our pick of the best amigurumi bunny patterns! And if you’re looking for some projects to keep your kids entertained over the Easter break, check our our list of 30 easy Easter crafts for kids.

Authors

pat strong
Pat StrongCrochet & Knitting Designer

Pat loves yarn so much she opened her own yarn shop – Craic ‘N’ Yarn in Glasgow. She believes that simple shapes are the key to success when designing in knitwear. Pat is a regular designer for Simply Knitting and Simply Crochet magazine.

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