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Some Bunny in the Hood Crochet Pattern


Some Bunny in the Hood Crochet Pattern

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What You Need / Materials

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Stitches & Abbreviations

ch – chain

– chain sc – single crochet

– single crochet st/sts – stitch/stitches

-stitch/stitches sc inc – single crochet increase, 2 single crochets in one stitch

– single crochet increase, 2 single crochets in one stitch sc dec – single crochet decrease, single crochet 2 stitches together

Pattern

Head

Ears (x 2)

Fasten off and leave a tail to sew onto the head

Hood

Using Colour B…

Body

Arms (Make 2)

Legs (Make 2) and Tail

FYI, this photo is missing the tail piece

Assembly

I grew up in the era when hoodies were cool. Hoodies are pretty much my go-to items when I just want something to lounge around in.Back in high school, I pretty much lived in my hoodies because I hated putting outfits together and fussing about what to wear.I’m just going to confess now that I am no fashionista and that I have no sense of style.Cows are my spirit animals, but I also have an affinity for bunnies I loved creating something that defined me, so that’s when I came up with this amigurumi bunny wearing a hoodie.I am very proud of this creation. And just so you know, you can take the hood off (like a real hoodie)!Remember to like Once Upon a Cheerio on Facebook . I’d also love it if you followed @onceuponacheerio on Instagram Don’t have time to make it right this instant? Pin it for later This pattern is available for FREE on this website. If you’d like an ad-free, printable PDF version, you can purchase it for a small fee from my Ravelry shop.: Magic Ring with a base of 6 sc (6 sts): sc inc in each st around (12 sts): [sc, sc inc] x 6 times (18 sts): [2 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (24 sts): [3 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (30 sts): [4 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (36 sts): [5 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (42 sts): sc in each st around (42 sts): [5 sc, sc dec] x 6 times (36 sts): [4 sc, sc dec] x 6 times (30 sts): [3 sc, sc dec] x 6 times (24 sts): [2 sc, sc dec] x 6 times (18 sts): [sc, sc dec] x 6 times (12 sts): Magic Ring with a base of 5 sc (5 sts): sc inc in each st around (10 sts): [sc, sc inc] x 5 times (15 sts): sc in each st around (15 sts): [3 sc, sc dec] x 3 times (12 sts): sc in each st around (12 sts): [2 sc, sc dec] x 3 times (9 sts): sc in each st around (9 sts): [sc, sc dec] x 3 times (6 sts): Magic Ring with a base of 6 sc (6 sts): sc inc in each st around (12 sts): [sc, sc inc] x 6 times (18 sts): [2 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (24 sts): [3 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (30 sts): [4 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (36 sts): [5 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (42 sts): [6 sc, sc inc] x 6 times (48 sts): sc in each st around (48 sts): sc in the next 16 sts, chain 7, skip 7 sts and then sc in the next 2 sts, chain 7, skip 7 sts and then sc in the next 16 sts (48 sts): sc in each st around (48 sts)At this point, you might want to attach the ears to the head and try measuring to see if the hood fits the bunny. Depending on the thickness of your yarn and the tension, you might have increase or decrease a row between rows 9-12.: Magic Ring with a base of 7 sc (7 sts): sc inc in each st around (14 sts): [sc, sc inc] x 7 times (21 sts): [2 sc, sc inc] x 7 times (28 sts): sc in each st around (28 sts): slst in each st around (28 sts): sc in theof each st around (28 sts): sc in each st around (28 sts): [2 sc, sc dec] x 7 times (21 sts): [sc, sc dec] x 7 times (14 sts): Magic Ring with a base of 6 sc (6 sts): [sc, sc inc] x 3 times (9 sts): sc in each st around (9 sts): slst in each st around (9 sts): sc in theof each st around (9 sts): [sc, sc dec] x 3 times (6 sts): sc in each st around (6 sts)After that, you basically have all your pieces ready to go.On the hood, you have two slits, these are for your bunny’s ears. To line them up correctly, the ears should sit right on top of the head. I attached it right after the first round (photo 2)Then, position your bunny’s head by placing it inside the hood with the ears through the slits. Make sure that your bunny’s eyes are facing outside.Using the long strand that you left on the head, sew bottom of the head to the bottom of the hood (photo 7).On the bottom of the hood where you sewed the head, you’ll see yarn in Colour A but don’t worry as this will be hidden once the body is attached.Next, attach your tail to the body, as well as the arms and legs. And then attach the head along with the hood to the body.If the head and body are attached properly, you should no longer be able to see Colour A yarn on the bottom of the hood. After that, you sew on the details of the bunny’s face and then you’re done!And there you have it your very own Bunny in the Hood! Look at that, a family reunion! Click here for the pattern for the classic (and naked) amigurumi bunny pattern Did you make your own Toto Amigurumi Bunny? I’d love to see it! Please share it with me on Instagram and/or use the #onceuponacheerio hashtag.

There’s some bunny in the hood! I hope you like living in your hoodies as much as I do. Adding to my amigurumi bunny family, meet this new little cutie who is the newest free pattern on the blog.

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