Crochet a Bunny Easter Egg

by Hanh Pham

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The paid pattern includes both bear and bunny patterns
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► This pattern is an original pattern by Hanh Pham of RiO Craft (@craftbyrio). Please do not claim this pattern as your own
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– Yarn (I use Jeans from YarnArt (2 – Fine (Sport, Baby) yarn; 50g/160m), in colors: brown & beige for the bear and white & pink for the bunny )
>> You will need less than one skein from each color
– 2.5 mm crochet hook (or in accordance with the yarn you use)
– One pair of 5mm safety eyes for each product
– Polyester fiberfill
– Yarn needles, markers and scissors


– MR: magic ring
– ch: chain
– st(s): stitch(es)
– sc: single crochet
– inc: 1 increase = 2 sc in the same st
– dec: 1 decrease = sc 2 together (use the invisible decrease for better result)
– x*: repeat * times
– slst: slip stitch
– (…): stitch count of the row
– BLO: back loops only
– FO: fasten off

It’s time to start! o(≧∇≦o)


* Note:
+ black text: use white yarn
red text: use pink yarn
– R1. MR with 8sc
– R2. 8inc (16)
– R3. (sc, inc) x8 (24)
– R4. (inc, sc2) x8 (32)
– R5. BLO: (sc7, inc) x4 (36)
– R6. (sc5, inc) x6 (42)
– R7. (sc3, inc, sc3) x6 (48)
– R8. sc23, sc1, sc24 (48)
– R9. sc22, sc3, sc23
– R10. sc21, sc5, sc22
– R11-12. sc20, sc7, sc21
– R13. sc14, dec, sc4, sc3, sc1, sc3, sc3, dec, sc14, dec (45)
– R14. sc20, sc1, sc3, sc1, sc20 (45)
– R15. sc all
– R16. (sc13, dec) x3 (42)
– R17-18. sc all
– R19. (sc6, dec, sc6) x3 (39)
– R20-21. sc all
– R22. (sc11, dec) x3 (36)
– R23. (sc2, dec, sc2) x6 (30)
– R24. sc all
– R25. (sc3, dec) x6 (24)
– R26. sc all
– R27. (sc1, dec, sc1) x6 (18)
– R28. (sc1, dec) x6 (12)
– Stuff more if necessary
– R29. 6dec (6)
– FO, leave a long yarn tail then use yarn needle to put the tail through remaining sts and pull to close the hole

EARs (make 2)

– Use white yarn
– R1. MR with 6sc
– R2. (inc, sc1) x3 (9)
– R3. (sc1, inc, sc1) x3 (12)
– R4. (sc3, inc) x3 (15)
– R5. (sc2, inc, sc2) x3 (18)
– R6-7. sc all
– R8. (sc2, dec, sc2) x3 (15)
– R9. sc all
– R10. (sc3, dec) x3 (12)
– R11. sc all
– FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later
– Flatten and fold the ear then sew 2 sides together

ARMs (make 2)

– Use white yarn
– R1. MR with 6sc
– R2. (inc, sc1) x3 (9)
– R3. sc all
– R4. dec, sc7 (8)
– Flatten then crochet 2 sides together by 4sc
– FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later

A beautifully-formatted PDF pattern with more illustrations can be purchased here:

Hope that you had fun when crocheting ^^
I’m glad to see your finished product. You can do tag @craftbyrio on your photos and share it with hashtag #craftbyrio on Instagram or Facebook so I can see your work easily

From RiO with love ♥

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