Crocheted Bunny Lovey

Crocheted Bunny Lovey from for the March Pinterest Challenge #lovey #bunny #crochet

Welcome to the March Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop. The purpose of this Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants of this hop (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month, I chose to make this Crocheted Bunny Lovey. My inspiration came from this pin from The Stitchin Mommy.

Crocheted Bunny Lovey from for the March Pinterest Challenge #lovey #bunny #crochet

Crocheted Bunny Lovey


Small amount of white yarn (maybe 50 yards)
Small amount of pink yarn
1 skein pipsqueak yarn color: candy girl
Black embroidery thread
Pink embroidery thread
Small amount of fiber fill
Size H crochet hook


For the blanket,  chain 38. Turn and use a half double crochet stitch across starting with 3rd chain. To get about 12 inches it took 36 stitches. Then chain 2, turn and half double crochet across starting with 2nd stitch. I did about 28 rows to make it 12 inches long. Fasten off your thread when you have reached your desired length. 

If you are new to crocheting, I would not recommend using the Pipsqueak yarn. Although it is very soft and great for a baby, it is a little difficult to work with because you can’t really see your stitches.

For the bunny head, ears and arms please visit The Stitching Mommy for directions! The directions are very easy to follow and it didn’t take very long to crochet. 

I will be giving this to my granddaughter for Easter. I think if I make it again I would give it a happier face!


To join next month’s #pinterestchallenge, click here to sign-up ⇒ April Pinterest Challenge

Let’s meet this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts!Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop


Erlene – My Pinterventures  •  Jenny – Cookies Coffee and Crafts
Debbee – Debbee’s Buzz  •  Lynne – My Family Thyme  •  Pili – My Sweet Things
Bri – Halfpint Design  •  Julie – Sum of their Stories
Erin – The DIY Nuts  •  T’onna – Sew Crafty Crochet
Beverly – Across the Boulevard •  Kristie – Love My Little Cottage
Roseann – This Autoimmune Life  •  Terri – Our Good Life
Ali – Home Crafts by Ali  •  Cherryl – Farm Girl Reformed

Leslie – Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After •  Kelli – K’s Olympic Nest
Lauren – Mom Home Guide  •  Joanne – Our Unschooling Journey
Shirley – Intelligent Domestications  •  Gail – Purple Hues and Me
Audra –  Renewed Projects  •  Habiba – Craftify My Love
Kristie – Teadoddles •  Marie – The Inspiration Vault  •  Susan – Suzerspace
Lydia – Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen •  Maria – Simple Nature Decor
Sam – Raggedy Bits  •  Emily – Domestic Deadline •  Marci – Stone Cottage Adeventures
Alexandra – Eye Love Knots  •  Alayna – Alayna’s Creations
Terrie – Decorate and More with Tip


Find the hosts’ Pinterest Challenge Inspired Projects below ⇓⇓

Crocheted Bunny Lovey from #Easter #Bunny #BunnyLovey #Crochet

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21 comments on “Crocheted Bunny Lovey

  1. Awh, she is so sweet, even with her pensive little face!
    I agree about crocheting with these kind of fluffy yarn, the results are great but the process can be difficult. I tend to knit with the fluffy stuff generally.

  2. This bunny lovey is so cute. It looks incredibly soft and snuggy!

  3. Too adorable and sweet, Roseann! And perfect for Easter! I marvel at anyone who crochets! What talent!

  4. This is so adorable. I love how this looks for little ones to carry on Easter Sunday to church or anytime really. Very cute.

  5. Mother of 3 on said:

    Aw, that looks so cute and so soft!

  6. How very nice and you make it sound so easy! I’m just starting an afghan as a newbie. Also, didn’t know you were a grandmother! Your grandbaby will love it ♥

  7. What a great project! I can only be trusted to crochet things that go in straight lines, but projects like this make me wonder if I should take a chance and see how it goes.

  8. How sweet! I love little projects like this. They use up odd bits of yarn and they’re useful. Good job!

  9. I always admire the talent of those who can create beautiful things with crochet like this. So cute and looks soft and cuddly too.
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  10. It’s adorable! I love all kinds of crafts, but never was able to master crocheting. But I love to see what other people crochet!

  11. What a sweet gift for your granddaughter. Also would be cute spring time decor.

  12. love this little bunny, pinning.

  13. Roseann, just had to Pin this even though I don’t crochet. If I could, I’d make these for every baby that comes along in my circle!
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  14. Your bunny is lovely. All of my babies had something similar. My 14 year-old still has “beary.”

  15. What a cute little bunny! I love to crochet, but haven’t tried shaped animals yet. I think I will give it a try!
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  16. Love your sweet bunny! Such an adorable toy.
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  17. Roseanne, this little bunny is super cute. I’ll be pinning it to my crochet board.

  18. I love your adorable bunny! Such a sweet baby gift.
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  19. Oh my gosh this is too too adorable. I used to carry around a Snoopy when I was little and I can see your granddaughter carrying this everywhere.

  20. The bunny is adorable! I love Pipsqueak yarn! It’s so soft and perfect for projects for babies.

  21. I love this! I’ve made loveys before but usually use a premade stuffed animal. This is darling and I’m pinning this since I need to make some baby gifts again soon!

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