This crochet bunny bunting (or garland) is a great project for your Easter home decorations. It is easy to make and requires only a small amount of yarn!
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This crochet bunny bunting will look perfect on the wall or window, above the doorway or on the fireplace. You can use it in your office, kitchen or kids room to bring some Spring atmosphere into your house.
For this project I used my free crochet patterns for the crochet Easter Bunny and Carrot appliques – you will find all links below in the Patterns I used section.
Crocheted buntings ( or garlands) are wonderful easy projects, and they are perfect to add a handmade touch to your holiday home decor.
All of my crochet garland ideas can be found on this website HERE. I hope you will enjoy them and will get inspired to make your own!
If you are looking for other crochet Easter ideas, check out my crochet Easter pattern collection.
Also, you may also like these Crochet Easter patterns I found on Etsy.
You can PIN this crochet Easter bunny bunting idea to your Pinterest board HERE.
Materials I Used:
For my crochet bunny bunting I used medium weight #4 yarn, pom-poms, and 1″ craft clothespins.
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Patterns I used:
For this crochet bunny bunting, I used the following patterns, which are available on this website for free:
Crochet Carrot which is part of this crochet heart bunny pattern.
These patterns are also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file. You can get them from my Etsy shop HERE.
1. Make all pieces.
For my bunting, I made five bunnies and four carrots. You can always make your bunting shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces as needed.
2. Making a bunting.
You have a couple of options on how to make this crochet Easter bunny bunting. You can crochet a chain and evenly join each piece to the chain as you go with a slip stitch.
You can also crochet a chain first and then carefully sew each piece to the string.
Also, you can use small 1 inch crafts clothespins to hang each piece as I did.
The length of the chain depends on how long you want your bunting to be. Leave on each end about 5-7 inches for tying the bunting, then arrange the pieces.