This pattern is an easy and cute design that is perfect for the beginner miniature maker. If you can do a single crochet, slip stitch, increase, decrease, & half-double crochet you can make your very own vintage style rabbit!
The bunny pictured in this listing is just an example of what you can make from this pattern. You can do countless variations using this one set of instructions and different colors or types of threads to create many different looking bunnies.
This pattern includes directions for making and assembling your own 3 inch bunny (measures 3 1/2 inches including the ears), a list of detailed tips that I have learned through many hours of trial and error during my years as a miniature maker, and a list of necessary bunny making supplies. You will also receive my contact information so you can ask any questions you may have while working on your projects.
* When purchasing this pattern you are agreeing to abide by the terms of the copyright. If you choose to make and sell a bunny from this pattern, I respectfully request that you add to either your hang tag or auction listing that your bunny was created from a pattern designed by Stefanie Devlin of TheTinyToyBox. I also request that you do not copy, share, resell, or forward this pattern to anyone. This includes all forms of electronic 'sharing'. All rights to this pattern are owned by Stefanie Devlin of TheTinyToyBox. Thank You in advance for your cooperation!
Stefanie Devlin 2010 (c)TheTinyToyBox
My name is Stefanie Devlin, the heart & oh-so busy hands behind TheTinyToyBox. I reside in Sycamore, Illinois with my husband and three beautiful little boys. I enjoy all things artsy, especially the ...
My name is Stefanie Devlin, the heart & oh-so busy hands behind TheTinyToyBox. I reside in Sycamore, Illinois with my husband and three beautiful little boys. I enjoy all things artsy, especially the thread arts!
As you can probably tell from my shop & finished item photos, my biggest crafty passion is crocheting. I enjoy all aspects of the skill from designing and pattern writing right down to the feel of the thread through my fingers.