It’s almost Easter, and this quick Bobble Bunny Bag is perfect for collecting eggs! I love that it can be used again as a sweet accessory, making it a more intentional Easter gift. If you want to purchase this Easter crochet pattern with additional process photos, you can find it in my Esty shop.
DK yarn (45 grams / 1.6 oz)
Faux fur yarn
Mr – magic ring
Sc – single crochet
Sc inc – single crochet increase (work 2 single crochet into the same stitch)
Sc inv dec – single crochet invisible decrease
FO – fasten off
Ch – chain
Bs – bobble stitch
This sweet bag works up quickly and is ideal for market stock or beginners wanting to improve their confidence. I love the addition of faux fur yarn, but you can leave the ears plain and make a pompom for the tail if you prefer. I hope you enjoy this pattern, and I can’t wait to see your Bobble Bunny Bags (#bobblebunnybag)!
This bag is worked in the round, so move your stitch marker at the end of each row.
Row 1: 10 sc in mr (10)
Row 2: sc inc in each stitch around (20)
Row 3: *sc in first stitch, sc inc in the next stitch*. Repeat from * to * around (30)
Row 4: *sc in first two stitches, sc inc*. Repeat from * to * around (40)
Row 5 – Row10: sc in each stitch around (40)
Row 11: * sc in first 3 stitches, sc inc*. Repeat from * to* around (50)
Row 12 – Row 25: sc in each stitch around (50)
Using your faux fur yarn, sc in the stitches at the bottom of the bag to make the tail. You can decide how much fluff to add and exactly where to place it. You can skip the faux fur tail and make a pompom instead.
Row 1: 6 sc in a mr (6)
Row 2: sc inc in each stitch around (12)
Row 3 – Row 8: sc in each stitch around (12)
Row 9: *sc in first stitch, sc inv dec in the next*. Repeat from * to * around (8)
Row 10 – Row 15: sc in each stitch around (8)
Fo, leaving a long tail for sewing
Using your faux fur yarn, sc in each stitch as needed. You can choose how much ear fluff to
add. You can leave the ears plain if you prefer. Sew on to bag along the top.
Ch 120. Turn and sc in second ch from hook and in each stitch across. Ch1. Turn. *sc in first stitch, bs in the next* Repeat from * to* in each stitch across. FO.
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with this pattern. In exchange, please link back to caitlinvanwyk.com/blog/ or
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