It was one of those weekends when we had no special plans and this creature was born. This woolly bunny kind of created itself. It took only a few hours of crochet, in a quiet Friday afternoon. All of a sudden there was this little fluffy softness laying on my legs. Now, a few weeks later, I’m here to tell you the story about a new crochet bunny pattern – coming soon. Ok so it was a Friday afternoon, this blog post was just published and I was about to leave the studio and finish my work week. I was so ready for the weekend. Before leaving the studio, I picked up some wool and crochet hooks to have with me in the living room area where I usually lay back and crochet or knit. I was in a desperate need of some ME time.
A crochet bunny came out
A new week work
On the next Sunday, a new working week just started with me sitting next to my computer. Writing down an appropriate ‘step by step’ pattern while remaking and re checking the pattern with a different yarn options. A new crochet bunny pattern is coming soon guys!
The yarn I used
In most cases I used one strand of DK – Worsted Alpaca and one strand of Silk Mohair from “knitting for olive”. The Alpaca I used is from a local Alpaca farm here in the south of Israel that I sell here in my local studio shop. About seven different un-dyed natural colours. But I also made one using a Quince & co Chickadee held together with Knitting for olive Silk Mohiar.
Hook sizes I used
Crochet bunny ears & tail
There were two options made for the bunny ears and tail. On the first bunny I made the ears using two strands of Silk Mohair held together. I used a 3.5 mm hook because it just felt right. But I also made bunny ears and tails out of the wool held with the silk mohair. The pattern will include all the information so you can create both options.
Crochet bunny name
OK so a new crochet bunny pattern is coming soon and it needs a name. There were a few options running here but I think It’s going to be Bunny Alber. As a homage to the legendary Fashion designer Alber Elbaz who passed away in Paris out of Covid, just a few days before this creature was created. Alber Elbaz graduated Shenkar college about 10 years before I did and his life journey is fascinating. He was so loved and appreciated. Beside being a well known fashion designer he had a big warm heart. I share more of it on this weeks YouTube video so go get yourself a cup of coffee and join me in my studio chat.
A bunny hug
At the end of the weekend, while soaking the last hours of our family weekend time, I watched this guy hugged with the new furry creature. This new crochet bunny is already loved in our family and I hope it will be soon hugged by your little loved ones. I really hope it will soon be available in my Etsy shop. There are just a few more pictures that I want to add and just a few more final twicks.
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8 comments on Crochet Bunny Pattern – Coming Soon
Loved this little guy. Can’t wait for the pattern.
Mo Malron (author)
Thank you Janice. If all goes as planed (finger crossed) it’s gonna be published in the next few days. Hopefully.
He’s is very sweet! Love his bunny tail! You amaze me with how new creations just fall from your crocheting fingers. I appreciate that bout you so much because it is something I am just not able to do. My brain does not work that way, so I need a pattern to follow. You give me great joy in seeing what you have made. While I think Bunny Alber and Benji are adorable, your lovely blankets will always be my favorite and make my heart gush with delight!! Have a wonderful weekend, dear friend! XO
Mo Malron (author)
Reading your words brings so much joy into my day! Thank you my dear friend Michelle.
I have never tried any of your bears or bunny patterns but this has me so interested. You have such a creative mind…thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas with us!!!
Mo Malron (author)
I think you will enjoy it, It’s a small beginners friendly crochet project.
Thank you for taking the time to write me a comment 🙂
I love the bunnies and can’t wait to make one…or three! Thank you for sharing your pattern!
Such a sweetheart x