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Easter Bunny Lapel Pin


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A cute way to welcome Easter! Make one for kids to teens to mom's to wear Easter week on your shirt, coat, and purse! Everyone loves these. And the best part is, it works up so quickly! Make these in pretty pastel colors for Spring. Decorate hats and totes with these too. Sew onto baby and children's clothing so they are extra cute! Finished size is about 3 inches tall. USe worsted weight yarn , size H crochet hook. SUGGESTED YARN 12 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Your Choice

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted weight yarn, about 12 yds of bunny body and ear color, small amount of contrasting colors for eye and pompon tail Size H crochet hook.

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