One-Piece Amigurumi Baby Bunny

Even though we're in the middle of yet another polar vortex, I can't help but to keep wishing and hoping that spring is just around the corner. I miss my lawn, the flowers, and the adorable baby animals -- especially my favorites, the sweet baby bunnies!

for some reason, the bunnies like to nest in our yard, and it's such a treat to discover their tiny little fluffy bodies, all snuggled up under the grass. I always want to scoop one out and snuggle it!

With spring (and Easter) fast approaching, I decided that this year, I would be ready for my bunny snuggling cravings -- with an adorable nest of my own. I wanted something simple enough that I'd be able to whip us a batch for my daughter to share with her friends, and spent several tries coming up with the perfect one-piece pattern for you. These bunnies are completely NO-SEW! Just add a few embellishments and you're ready for a snuggle full of squee!

The best part about the bunnies is that if you use an E hook as the pattern directs, you should easily be able to hide them in the larger-variety plastic Easter eggs.

The pattern is full of step-by-step photos and the clear instructions you've grown to love. Work up your own nest of bunnies for just $1.00 or pair it with my free Lil' Ducky pattern for a super Easter treat. You can't go wrong!

You can get all the details on this pattern from the pattern information page, or check it out on Ravelry.

I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I do and cannot wait to see your bunnies. Happy crocheting!