Knit Hunny Bunny-Two Versions

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Knit Hunny Bunny-Two Versions Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, Purl, Increase, Decrease, Cast-on

Pattern Description:

Having worked with early childhood age children for many years, I've seen how young children gravitate toward a cuddly "friend" to wrap their arms around. This Hunny Bunny perfectly fits the bill! And my Preschool Hunny Bunny will also aid a young child in learning to recognize the colors in a fun way.


Not critical for this project. Work tightly enough to ensure that the stuffing will not show through the stitches.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approx. 11" sitting (without ears)


  • worsted weight yarn: approx. 361 yds
  • Knitting Needle: size 6 (4.25mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • 9mm black toy safety eyes (or embroidery thread for eyes)
  • easily removable safety pins or stitch markers that "lock"
  • large-eyed blunt needle
  • polyester fiberfill stuffing

Suggested yarn:

361 yards of Worsted weight


White or primary/secondary colors or any color you wish your bunny to be

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
Omeghan on

Excellent Crayon Hunny Bunny  March 23, 2013

Easy to follow pattern. I added a scarf as I felt her neck was a bit too open. Great stash buster. Excellent concept for preschoolers to learn colours.

100% Acrylic makes her easy wash & care.

I highly recommend this pattern.

dreachi69 on

Excellent Wonderful!  October 30, 2012

Very easy to follow.

About Designer

About Designer

Rainebo on

I am a retired early childhood educator who loves children and enjoys seeing how cuddly "friends" can give them affection and also provide learning experiences in fun ways. You can also join me here:

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