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Easter Bunny Afghan Crochet Pattern

By: MomsLoveOfCrochet.com

Nothing says springtime and Easter like this Easter Bunny Afghan Crochet Pattern. The friendly bunnies in the design will charm adults and kids alike. This easy afghan crochet pattern is free and uses worsted weight yarn.

Intermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I just love to decorate during all of the holidays. I never really thought about having an afghan for Easter until I ran across this item. It could however easily be made into a baby blanket by decreasing the number of squares used.

What a beautiful afghan. The designer is very detailed with this project. She even included moving eyes. This will be a family favorite and even though during this time of year, an afghan is not really a necessity but a beautiful piece of dcor.

This is a very cute pattern. I'm not used to following a diagram to crochet a pattern. It certainly would be worth it to try to make at least a few squares. The instructions call to glue the eyes on the bunny. This is something I would never do on a blanket that will be repeatedly washed. I'm kind of surprised someone would use this method. Personally, I would use buttons for the eyes. It would give a more finished look. Rounded buttons can sewn securely to the face area for a safer approach.

I definitely agree about the glue. I would use either buttons or sewable eyes.

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