This crochet Easter Bunny Egg garland is very cute and will make a pretty decoration for your home. It also will make a wonderful DIY Easter gift. Such Easter garland is very fun for kids. My son loves it and he even helped me attach eyes to the Bunnies!
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This crochet Easter Bunny Egg garland will look beautiful on the wall or window or above the doorway. I hung my garland on our fireplace and now our house looks really festive and ready for Easter!
For this project I used my free crochet pattern for the crochet Easter Bunny Egg. I embellished some of the Bunnies with a small bow to add additional fun to the display. You will be able to find the link in the Pattern I Used section below.
If you are looking for even more Easter crochet patterns and ideas, check out these patterns on the Etsy website!
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Yarn I used:
For the Bunnies I used Lily Sugar ‘N Cream cotton medium weight #4 yarn.
Lily Sugar ‘N Cream palette has some beautiful colors which are perfect for Easter projects. Some of my favorite colors that I used for this garland are Coral Rose, White, Yellow and Cornflower. Other beautiful colors are Beach Glass and Rose Pink.
For the Bows, I used Aunt Lydia’s cotton crochet thread size 10.
This crochet Easter garland is about 70” long.
Patterns I used:
How to Make Bunny Egg Easter Garland
1. Make bunnies, block all the pieces as necessary. Embellish bunnies with tiny bows.
For my garland, I made a total of seven bunnies – three white bunnies, two bunnies in Cornflower color, one yellow bunny, and one bunny in Coral Rose color.
You can make your garland shorter or longer and adjust the number of pieces you need. White bunnies I embellished with small bows.
2. Making a garland.
You have a couple of options on how to make a garland. One option is to crochet a chain and join each bunny to the chain with SC evenly.
You can also crochet a chain first and then carefully sew bunnies to the string, or you can use small 1-inch crafts clothespins to hang bunnies as I did.
The length of the chain depends on how long you want your garland to be. My chain is about 70” long. Leave on each end about 5-7 inches for tying the garland, then arrange the bunnies.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet bunny egg Easter garland idea!