How about an easy peasy Easter project?… Bonus, it’s no sew!. How exciting!, isn’t it?. I found these cute chenille yarn from Dollar Store and I bought plenty of them!.
They came in beautiful colors perfect for Easter and I came up with this really easy fun project!
Color: Pink, Lavender and mint
Any Size 4 yarn in color white
5mm Crochet Hook
Hot glue gun
Crochet Terms(US Terminology):
sc: Single Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
dc: Double Crochet
slst: Slip Stitch
Round1: Magic Ring, 6sc on the magic ring(6sts)
Round2: 2sc on each st around (12sts)
Round3: sc on one st and 2sc on the next st around (18sts)
Round4: 1sc each on 2sts and 2sc on the next st around(24sts)
Round5: 1sc each on 3sts and 2sc on the next st around(30sts)
Round6: 2sc on the one st and 1sc each on 4sts around(36sts)
Round7: 1slst on each st around. Slst on starting st. Fasten off and weave the ends.
Bunny Ears:(Make 2)
Ch9, 1sc on 2nd ch from the hook. 1hdc st in next 3 ch, 1dc st in next 3ch. 5dc on the last ch. 1dc on next 3ch(working on the opposite side). 1hdc on next 3 ch on opposite side. 1sc on the last ch on opposite side. Fasten off and leave a long tail and weave the ends.
Make a Pom Pom by following the video or using a Pom Pom maker with size4 yarn in white color.
Now attach the ears and tail to the coaster using a hot glue gun. You can also sew them to the coaster.
Click on the link below to watch complete video tutorial for making this cute bunny coaster!
You may not copy or sell my patterns, or claim them as your own. You may sell your finished items made using my patterns, but please give credit to Gayathri from www.theyarnbowlcrochet.com or the link of my ETSY page for the pattern. Thank you for understanding!
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